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Song For Our Daughter

Laura Marling

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London folkie Laura Marling's voice is a magical contradiction — tender but strong, earthy but maybe not of this earth. On her seventh album, she defends the stake claimed by previous releases Semper Femina and Once I Was an Eagle: Marling belongs in the company of Joni Mitchell, Carole King and James Taylor. Her voice — both the sound and words — is pure power on the irresistible "Strange Girl": "Woke up in a country who refused to hold your hand/ Kept falling for narcissists who insist you call them man" she croons to a melody that winks at "Walk on the Wild Side." Inspired by a "running away" fund her mother kept, "Fortune" finds freedom aloft strings so heartbreakingly sweet they're fit for a Broadway ballad. The warm charms of "For You" — a home demo enriched by simple humming — could be from the 1930s or 2020. Woozy opener "Alexandra" is terrific, as are the spare and lovely "Only the Strong" and sleepy-eyed yet sweeping title track. © Shelly Ridenour/Qobuz

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Laura Marling

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1
Alexandra
00:03:19

Laura Marling, Composer, MainArtist

2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records 2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records

2
Held Down
00:04:07

Laura Marling, Composer, MainArtist

2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records 2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records

3
Strange Girl
00:03:21

Laura Marling, Composer, MainArtist

2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records 2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records

4
Only The Strong
00:03:20

Laura Marling, Composer, MainArtist

2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records 2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records

5
Blow By Blow
00:02:55

Laura Marling, Composer, MainArtist

2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records 2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records

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Song For Our Daughter
00:04:06

Laura Marling, Composer, MainArtist - George Jephson, Composer

2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records 2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records

7
Fortune
00:03:55

Laura Marling, Composer, MainArtist

2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records 2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records

8
The End Of The Affair
00:03:24

Blake Mills, Composer - Laura Marling, Composer, MainArtist

2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records 2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records

9
Hope We Meet Again
00:04:05

Laura Marling, Composer, MainArtist

2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records 2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records

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For You
00:03:57

Laura Marling, Composer, MainArtist

2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records 2020 Chrysalis Records Limited, in partnership with Partisan Records

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London folkie Laura Marling's voice is a magical contradiction — tender but strong, earthy but maybe not of this earth. On her seventh album, she defends the stake claimed by previous releases Semper Femina and Once I Was an Eagle: Marling belongs in the company of Joni Mitchell, Carole King and James Taylor. Her voice — both the sound and words — is pure power on the irresistible "Strange Girl": "Woke up in a country who refused to hold your hand/ Kept falling for narcissists who insist you call them man" she croons to a melody that winks at "Walk on the Wild Side." Inspired by a "running away" fund her mother kept, "Fortune" finds freedom aloft strings so heartbreakingly sweet they're fit for a Broadway ballad. The warm charms of "For You" — a home demo enriched by simple humming — could be from the 1930s or 2020. Woozy opener "Alexandra" is terrific, as are the spare and lovely "Only the Strong" and sleepy-eyed yet sweeping title track. © Shelly Ridenour/Qobuz

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