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Sandi's rebirth

By West Briton  |  Posted: October 25, 2012

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MULTI-platinum-selling Scottish singer Sandi Thom is looking to set the record straight when she plays songs from her new album at the Princess Pavilion, Falmouth, on Sunday, November 4.

Six years after her debut album, Smile... It Confuses People and the massive hit single, I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker, Sandi is back with her coming-of-age album, Flesh and Blood, which she hopes will redefine her sound.

The new album was recorded in Nashville's legendary 16 Tons studio with celebrated Black Crowes' guitarist Rich Robinson in the production hot seat.

There are also guest appearances from acclaimed singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte Marie and famous Rolling Stones collaborator, saxophonist Bobby Keys.

Like David Bowie and Elton John, who also enjoyed early one-off hits before finding their true niche as musical artists, Sandi feels that Flesh and Blood is her coming of age album.

Advance tickets are £14 / £16 (on the door) from 01326 211222.

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  • PatsyDevine  |  October 25 2012, 7:20PM

    Sad to say but its another commercial failure for Sandi. Each album she has produced after her initial success has done worse than its predecessor with Flesh and Blood only managing one week at 152 in the UK chart before disappearing. Despite living on past glory she just cant seem to make that step up into a larger audience.

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