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Linda Thompson's first recording in 17 years is a stunning brace of poetics and grace. For a woman who literally lost her voice for more than a decade due to a stress disorder, Thompson reveals that she is at full strength as a vocalist, and perhaps more importantly, with this recording she clearly establishes herself as a songwriter as well. Recorded in the U.S. and in England, Fashionably Late feels like less of a comeback offering than it does an elegant statement of aesthetic from a talent who, along with Sandy Denny and Jacqui McShee, literally defined these terms for the British folk genre. There are many guests on this ten-song set, including Kate and Joe Rusby; Martin and Eliza Carthy; Van Dyke Parks; Dave Mattacks; Chris Cutler; Dave Pegg; Rufus and Martha Wainwright; Danny Thompson; ex-husband Richard; daughter Kamila Thomspson; and, her prime songwriting collaborator and guitarist, son Teddy Thompson. Produced by Edward Haber, who helped her assemble her retrospective Dreams Fly Away, Fashionably Late is devoid of special effects or studio magic. In stark contrast to One Clear Moment, her first solo effort, this is, primarily, a folk record that harkens back to the recordings that defined her voice without going into the past for material. And it is the voice that defines these songs. Ms. Thompson and/or son Teddy wrote or co-wrote the lion's share of the material here. Songs such as the opener "Dear Mary," offered in a lilting, country-ish vein, illustrate that economy of musical and lyrical language often adds to the emotional power a song is capable of deliver. This track in particular is of interest in that it features a reunion with Richard on guitar and backing vocals, as well as being the first ever track on which the entire family is featured along with bassist Danny Thompson (no relation). The confidence Thompson has, perhaps due in no small part to the appearance of her son at her side, is simply astonishing. In the Scottish murder ballad "Nine Stone Rig," she recounts a tale so chilling and bleak, one would think the murderer had sung it. On "The Banks of the Clyde," which Ms. Thompson wrote for her brother, she recounts with a staggering sense of heartbreak a broken woman's reiterating her life in a letter, and the fervent wish to return home. Lal Waterson's "Evona Darling" is executed with crystalline purpose and majesty, as Linda and Teddy trade verses and Parks accompanies the lone acoustic guitar on accordion. There is humor, too, on "Weary Life," co-written by the Thompsons in which a married woman of some years recounts how being single is the only choice for a woman in the present day. With a sardonic delivery and Eliza Carthy's violin playing a lyrical counterpoint, the irony and wit is both unmistakable and refreshing. One of the album's standout tracks in both quality and originality is "Paint and Powdered Beauty" that Linda Thompson co-wrote with Rufus Wainwright. It's a ballad that, with its lush string arrangement and subtle cast melody, could have been written by Jerome Kern or Sammy Cahn. Martin Carthy's exquisitely chosen chord shapes in counterpoint to the string section are breathtaking. Thompson's ability to carry a song like this, so completely at odds with her forte, is a testament to her virtuosity. Despite the fact that Fashionably Late took literally years to make, it's remarkable sequencing and continuity leave no seams. This is a comeback record to be proud of; it not only sates the appetite of those fans who felt Linda Thompson left the scene too abruptly, but it is also the British folk record that everyone interested in the genre has been waiting such a long time for.

4 Stars

- allmusicguide.com


When ex-fairport convention guitarist Richard Thompson and his folk-singer wife, Linda, split up in the early 1980s, the recorded document of their demise, Shoot Out the Lights, became one of British folk rock's greatest works. After the divorce, Linda recorded the comparatively disappointing solo album One Clear Moment and then was silenced by a rare condition known as hysterical dysphonia, a crippling case of stage fright. Fashionably Late, the singer's comeback after seventeen years away from the spotlight, is a long-overdue gem from one of rock & roll's finest voices. What distinguishes Thompson from your average hippie folk singer is the elegant grain of her voice, the subtle dissonance she employs in her harmonies with other singers and her storyteller's knack for placing the right emphasis on the right word at the right time.
The new album begins as a family reunion of sorts, with Linda, son Teddy and daughter Kamila harmonizing on the cautionary ballad "Dear Mary," and dad Richard injecting his familiar stinging guitar licks into the spaces between the voices. With a simple production style that keeps the music from being tied down to any particular pop era, Fashionably Late glides from the ruthlessness of the ancient-sounding, stripped-down, acoustic murder ballad "Nine Stone Rig" to Thompson's haunting, loss-of-innocence tale "The Banks of the Clyde." There's not a bum track on the album, but there are many highlights, including the stunning "Evona Darling," in which Linda and Teddy sing on what must be the finest mother-and-son duet ever recorded; and the bittersweet closer, "Dear Old Man of Mine," Teddy, Kamila and Linda's biting homage to an extraordinary father and ex-husband.

4 Stars

- rollingstone.com


Shortly after her solo debut, One Clear Moment, in 1985, Linda Thompson was stricken with a psychological disorder that left her unable to speak. Seventeen years later, she’s found her voice again, and applied that rich, textured instrument to 10 new folk-pop songs largely unforgettable in their depth of human suffering. Morose, quirky, and only occasionally optimistic, they chronicle a homesick prostitute ("On The Banks Of The Clyde"), a homeless man at the end of his rope ("No Telling"), a spinster who dies with a close-kept secret ("Miss Murray"), and a woman who "may have to run" for something she’s done ("Dear Mary"). Fans who remember Thompson’s legendary records with ex-husband Richard (who appears briefly in their first reunion in 20 years) will swear that the closing parlour tune, "Dear Old Man of Mine", is a regretful meditation on that relationship. But who’s to say? Thompson, who co-wrote most of the tunes with her son Teddy, has so much fine company (Van Dyke Parks, Rufus Wainwright, Martin and Eliza Carthy) that an air of celebration can’t help but bubble through the gloom. This is one hell of a comeback.

- amazon.co.uk



Artist: Linda Thompson
Album: Fashionably Late
Date Of Release: July 30, 2002
Genre: Folk
Bitrate: VBR --alt-preset extreme

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