Kathy Diamond ‎– Miss Diamond To You

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Permanent Vacation ‎– PERMVAC 007-2
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CD, Album
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1 Between The Lines
Written By – R AucottWritten-By – M Fulton*
6:13
2 In All You See A Woman 0:17
3 All Woman
Written-By – M Fulton*
6:07
4 I Need You Here Right Now
Written By – S Ward
0:20
5 Until The Sun Goes Down
Written By – R AucottWritten-By – M Fulton*
5:29
6 Created & Enhanced
Written-By – M Fulton*
0:35
7 The Moment
Written By – S WardWritten-By – M Fulton*
6:15
8 Over
Written-By – M Fulton*, S Gleddon*, S Harrison*
5:49
9 However You Get Here
Written By – S Ward
0:19
10 Racing Thru Time
Written By – J AskewWritten-By – M Fulton*
5:31
11 Another Life
Written-By – M Fulton*
6:50
12 On & On
Written By – S WardWritten-By – M Fulton*
5:50
13 I Need You
Written By – J AskewWritten-By – M Fulton*
5:17
14 Another Life (Original)
Written-By – M Fulton*
5:38

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Notes

All songs mixed at BubbleTease Communications Sheffield UK.

Published by Buttrubb / Westbury Music Ltd.

℗ & © 2007 Permanent Vacation. License from BubbleTease Communications.

Made in Germany.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 673795 700723
  • Matrix / Runout: manufactured by optimal media production A778991-01
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L573
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9706
  • Rights Society: GEMA

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REENO

REENO

January 26, 2016
I think what is most attractive about this album is Maurice's production. Kathy's vocals are solid even though the songs might not be great. It's the aesthetics/sonics of the album and it's overall vibe that keeps me coming back.
scoundrel

scoundrel

March 6, 2015

House maestro Maurice Fulton brings Kathy Diamond to the front of the stage, as she proclaims MISS DIAMOND TO YOU. The funk-guitar disco of "Between The Lines" rounds itself out with a rolling piano line, while the slow groove of "All Woman" goes for a stroll with the horns and the bongos. But "Until The Sun Goes Down" gets more digital with its initial click beat and ambient background -- at least until "The Moment" gets the groove back. "Another Life" brings in some electro influences to accompany Ms. Diamond's airy vocals (the original version is much more ambient), and the gauzy layers of "On & On" help make the track spacious. But the chunky beat of "I Need You" brings things back to the floor. An pleasant album, even if it does slip by a little too easily.