Come Here

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Come Here

Cover for Original 2005 Release
Studio album by Cass Fox
ReleasedOriginal Release -
19 September 2005 (UK)
Re-Release -
19 June 2006 (UK)
RecordedVarious
GenrePop, dance, soul, R&B, electronica
Length50:06
LabelIsland
ProducerRollo Armstrong
Alternative Cover
Cover for Re-Release in 2006.
 
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Come Here

Cover for Original 2005 Release
Studio album by Cass Fox
ReleasedOriginal Release -
19 September 2005 (UK)
Re-Release -
19 June 2006 (UK)
RecordedVarious
GenrePop, dance, soul, R&B, electronica
Length50:06
LabelIsland
ProducerRollo Armstrong
Alternative Cover
Cover for Re-Release in 2006.

Come Here is Cass Fox's first full length album release as a solo artist. Commenting on her own album she said:

"I want this album to touch people, That’s the most important thing to me; that it connects to people and perhaps tells them that whatever it is they want to do, they can do it. If I can, anyone can. I want it to be like a comfort blanket, something they can put around them to stay sane."[1]

Contents

Reviews

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Original Release
rte.ie
3/5 stars[2]
Re-Release
Gigwise
2/5 stars[3]

"CASS - Come Here sampler 3.5/5 stars The girl that fronted Rui Da Silva's 'Touch Me' sounds glorious on 'Out of Reach', Which samples early '70s Parliament. It's a heavy R&B/soulster simultaneously sitting in a '60s Aretha soul camp, Definitely deserves to be a single. Of course Island could opt for 'Million Dollars', which has echoes of Electribe 101's soulful house, but fortified with funky rhythm guitar and turnablism. Cass shines vocally on the trippy, mid-tempo soulful 'Strangers'." - DJ Magazine Review

“(Cass)….has delivered a debut solo album that should put her in the forefront of sophisticated modern pop chanteuses. There are too many potential single here to list them all but this is definitely an album where, if you like one track, you’ll fall for the whole thing.” 4/5 stars Hi Fi News

“She has the face and voice of an angel” 5/5 stars Irish World

“There are class songs aplenty here, and among the comparators inevitably being employed to describe her sound, which have ranged from Dolly Parton and Dusty Springfield to Sinead O’Connor and Tracy Chapman – it’s Annie Lennox that she most resembles. Do we really need to say more?” 4/5 stars Boys Toys..

Track listing

Original (2005)

  1. Out Of My Reach - 3:26
  2. Million Dollars - 4:00
  3. Save Me - 4:14
  4. Daddy Dear - 3:46
  5. Come Here - 3:31
  6. Strangers - 4:29
  7. Live A Little - 3:14
  8. Army Of One - 3:36
  9. God Likes Good Lovers - 3:58
  10. Little Bird - 5:46
  11. Into The Blue - 4:52
  12. Touch Me (Acoustic) - 4:01

Re-package + New Versions (2006)

  1. Out Of My Reach - 3:26
  2. Million Dollars - 4:00
  3. Save Me - 4:14
  4. Daddy Dear - 3:46
  5. Come Here - 3:31
  6. Strangers (New Version) - 4:42
  7. Live A Little - 3:14
  8. Army Of One (New Version) - 4:13
  9. God Likes Good Lovers - 3:58
  10. Little Bird - 5:46
  11. Touch Me (New Version) - 4:22
  12. Into The Blue - 4:54
* This was re-released on 6 November 2006 with the bonus track Touch Me (Spencer & Hill Radio Edit)

Notes

  1. ^ Cass Fox (2005). Cass Fox Online CassMusic.net (accessed 5 September 2006)
  2. ^ Original Release
    rte.ie review
  3. ^ Re-Release
    Gigwise review

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