Woodman Folk Club - Reviews
|Pete Brown||13 June 2008|
We had seen Beck last year, so we were looking forward to seeing her
again. But I wasn’t prepared
for the new dimension, humour and maturity of her act.
She certainly liked the new Woodman venue, but that wasn’t the
She is ethereal, graceful and colourful.
She interprets traditional songs with contemporary flair and
plenty of emotion and silences the audience with her beautifully
controlled voice. We’ve got
to thank the
We were treated to her original material, ‘Tangled in Green’ and
‘Under Thunderous Skies’ as well as solos on whistle and didgeridoo.
She's charismatic, convivial and funny on stage; you are drawn into
her world - happily. Her
exuberance and love of life is infectious.
Her versions of favourites such as ‘Greensleeves’, The
Blacksmith’, ‘Waltzing Matilda’ and the Beatle’s, ‘Rain’,
caused me to reassess songs I thought I already knew.
Come back soon Beck.