Do you remember that moment when you first heard Anita Baker or Sade; the effortless, sultry, and soaring vocal that captures all of your attention? Lindsey Webster's delicate and powerful voice takes you to that place - an unabashed nod to the greats and yet 100 percent Lindsey. The Soul Songstress is proud to announce the release of her sophomore album, You Change, via Atlanta Records.
Lindsey Webster has established herself as one of the leading contemporary female singers with her previous two great albums. She now joins the Shanachie label and is about to break into the bigger audience her beautiful voice and material deserves. Thankfully unlike other independent artists stepping up, she has retained artistic control and her own sound. ‘Back to Your Heart’ is a lovely mid tempo groover with a tough backbeat. The guitar backed ‘Where do you want to go’ is a really nice down tempo number. ‘One at a time’ is another quality chilled out song. ‘On our Way’ has more of a groove, a good sax solo and Lindsey’s voice soars towards the end when the song leads to a crescendo. The strutting ‘Somehow’ and ‘Next to Me’ are real foot tappers, and ‘Ain’t It Funny’ is a more up tempo song. ‘Living A Lie’ is good Soul ballad. Really good album throughout.
Out of the Cradle is the third solo album by the American singer/songwriter Lindsey Buckingham. Released in 1992, it was Buckingham's first album after his much-publicised departure from Fleetwood Mac in 1987 (though Buckingham rejoined the band in the mid-1990s). The album reached #128 on the US Billboard 200 album chart, #51 on the UK Albums Chart, and #70 on the Canada Albums Chart. In Canada, three singles charted within the Top 60.