Alison Moyet: minutes and seconds live album review Jan19

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Alison Moyet: minutes and seconds live album review

Renowned vocalist Alison Moyet has been in the game for decades. With a career spanning over 30 years, she released her most recent studio record, the minutes, in 2013 and followed it with a massive world tour that saw her in multiple countries.

To commemorate that tour, Moyet has released minutes and seconds live, which is a perfect way to show the world what they either missed or experienced on that very tour.

Typically there’s nothing special when it comes to live albums. They tend to be a way for artists to sell more records in between studio albums or it’s a way to just tide fans over until a new studio album comes out. With Moyet, however, that couldn’t be further from the case. Moyet is such a polished performer and artist, you’re almost robbing yourself if you don’t check out this live album.

As a vocalist, Moyet is virtually untouchable- making the likes of Adele and other renowned vocalists look like amateurs. Listening to minutes to seconds live, each song gives you chills with how powerful her voice is. In fact, as the show goes on, her voice gets stronger. The show includes songs from the minutes as well as a couple tracks spanning back through her catalog- any diehard Moyet fan will be in complete heaven with this setlist.

Alison Moyet knows just how to take a crowd, capture their attention, take them on a journey and control their very emotions with just her voice and with minutes to seconds live, you experience this firsthand.

Rating: 9.5/10

-Reggie Edwards