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For her 50th anniversary as a singer and international rock icon Marianne Faithfull releases a special treat for her fans. ?No Exit? presents a best of collection of her live performances all over Europe. Moreover, the release of the album appears hand in hand with the release of the 2014... Read more

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For her 50th anniversary as a singer and international rock icon Marianne Faithfull releases a special treat for her fans. ?No Exit? presents a best of collection of her live performances all over Europe. Moreover, the release of the album appears hand in hand with the release of the 2014 Budapest concert video and 4 highlight songs from her 2016 performance at the Roundhouse in London. Marianne?s first performance at the Roundhouse was in the acclaimed Tony Richardson production of Hamlet back in 1969. The concert was Marianne's first performance in the capital since last November when she played to an ecstatic crowd at the sold out London's Royal Festival Hall. This new release truly shows why Marianne has reached iconic stardom status over the years. Her incredible voice and heart gripping stage aura have not ceased over the years. On the contrary, it is her statement to the world that she still knows how to move heart and soul of every music fan.

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      Anonymous
      As good as ever

      She is just great. A lovely Christmas present for myself

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      Anonymous
      No Exit - The album

      I adore Marianne Faithfull, icon, survivor, singer-songwriter, and actress, the woman responsible for some of the most important music of my life. As recently as 2014, to mark an amazing 50 years in the business, she gave her adoring fans what might very well may be the best album of her career:

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      Anonymous
      Very disappointing!

      Very disappointing as the voice really has gone now. Much better is her 2005 Live from Hollywood concert!

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      Make no mistake, "No Exit" is a colossal triumph

      Marianne Faithfull's albums tend to fit together in pairs (eg "Kissin' Time" and "Before the Poison*) or trios ("Broken English", "Dangerous Acquaintances" and "A Child's Adventure"}, " which makes this one unusual in that it has three natural siblings. Of course it has much in common with its immediate predecessor, the studio album *Give My Love to London", since they share six tracks, but it also has much in common with her previous live album "Blazing Away", which showed that she could, onstage, top her studio versions of great songs such as "Times Square" and "The Boulevard of Broken Dreams". It is also a companion piece to "Broken English", which it takes on and well outstrips in terms of raw power. As a lifelong fan who knows them all, I have no hesitation in saying that this her best album ever.
      It starts gently with a pretty, melancholic introduction followed by a soft "Bonsoir" from MF, before the band thunder into "Falling Back", which seems to have acquired an extra set of balls since the "London" version. That is followed by a bitter, punchy version of "The Price of Love" and a sweet and sour "Love More or Less", before she freshly mints "As Tears Go By" at a pace somewhere between the swift, jangly tempo of the original version by her 17-year-old self and the slow, thoughtful version of recent years. It is another highlight.
      The album's crowning achievement is next, an intense version of "Mother Wolf", full of anger and outrage that knocks its studio counterpart into a cocked hat - even though that was no slouch. I have heard her sing "Sister Morphine" more times that I can count and I did not believe that there was anything new to be gleaned from it, but this version finds new nuances and boasts a heart-breaking instrumental break from the band, surely the best Marianne has ever fronted.
      The swirling "Late Victorian Holocaust" nearly rivals "Mother Wolf" for the album's piece de resistance, then comes the catchy "Sparrows Will Sing" with its lovely chorus, before Marianne closes with "The Ballad of Lucy Jordan", which has terrific momentum. "Her husband is off to work" Marianne trumpets in sharp dismissal as if to say "That's him gone, now back to the story".
      Make no mistake, "No Exit" is a colossal triumph. I don't know when, or if, I have ever enjoyed an album more and I can not wait for November 23, when I will be flying from my home in Scotland to see her singing many of these songs again at the Bataclan in Paris two days later.

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      Marvellous Marianne after 50 years in the business

      I simply adore Marianne Faithfull, icon, survivor, singer-songwriter, and actress, the woman responsible for some of the most important music of my life. As recently as 2014, to mark an amazing 50 years in the business, she gave her adoring fans what might very well may be the best album of her career:

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      Anonymous
      The bluray has reading defects, there are jumps and jams

      I just played this bluray on two different blur ray players. The bluray has reading defects, there are jumps and jams. A shame, a scam. Poor quality control.

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      Anonymous
      Five Stars

      miss faithfull don't need to say anymore

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      Mariann still has it

      Loved her early work. Must admit her later work is excellent. Much more mature. This concert is great. Both singer and musicians are on top of the material. Recommended highly

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      Anonymous
      Sliding Through Life On Charm

      I've been a devoted fan of this wonderful artist for most of my life, and I've often been troubled by the undeniable fact that she's been sadly underappreciated in the country of her birth.

      She's adored in Ireland, worshipped in France, loved and respected in Germany, Austria, Hungary, The Czech Republic, many countries of the former Soviet bloc, as well as The USA and Japan, but it seems that Britain isn't quite ready for her yet.

      Marianne, you see, was the first British female musician to behave just like the men; and I don't think "Disgusted of Tunbridge Wells" has ever forgiven her. In her younger (and not-so-young) days, she smoked and drank to excess; she took whatever drugs were available; she slept with whoever she wanted, whenever she wanted: and while Mick and Keef could benefit from a knowing and indulgent blind eye, Marianne was judged, and found guilty, by higher standards.

      Pure misogynistic hypocrisy, of course: Ms Faithfull may have forgiven, but she certainly hasn't forgotten the fact that the tabloid press (which could be just as nasty in the 1960s as it can be now) gave her a hell of a hard time. She miscarried Jagger's daughter; she attempted suicide; she was homeless for a while; she was addicted to class A drugs for over thirty years. Unlike so many others we could all name (Jimi, Janis, Kurt, Amy), she lived to tell the tale. And what a tale it is.

      In 2014, celebrating fifty years since "As Tears Go By" had been her first hit, Marianne released an album entitled "Give My Love To London" - which is, by the way, arguably the finest of her career to date - and embarked upon a world tour. "No Exit" is a record of that tour, and is an absolutely essential purchase for anyone fortunate enough to be able to appreciate a genuine icon when they see and hear one.

      The CD draws mainly on the aforementioned "Give My Love....." album, including Marianne's stunning cover of The Everly Brothers' "The Price Of Love"; which is as far from the sweet harmonies of the original as it's possible to imagine, and concludes with the best version of "The Ballad Of Lucy Jordan" I've ever heard. Even more than usual, Marianne pours her heart and soul into it, and the result is almost unbearably moving.

      The DVD contains a full concert recorded in Budapest, and four bonus tracks recorded at Camden Roundhouse in February 2016. These were of particular interest to me as I was privileged to be a member of the audience: and the combination of Marianne's haughty disdain, childlike vulnerability, deliciously indiscreet anecdotes, and a voice that tells of every high and low she's ever been through was utterly compelling.

      I'm guessing that anyone who has read this far is a fellow admirer, so I'm preaching to the converted. Just buy it. Watch it, listen to it, and celebrate the fact that this wonderful woman is still around, still writing great songs, still worthy of a standing ovation, still doing her own thing in her own way, and still "sliding through life on charm".

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      Anonymous
      Song choices are as usual excellent as are her vocals but the recording of her ...

      Have been a fan since the beginning so was looking forward to this release. Song choices are as usual excellent as are her vocals but the recording of her backing band makes for a very muddy mix. Heavy on base to the extent it detracts from other instruments. Quite disappointing.

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