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Without Time Live 2006

by Tallulah Rendall

A female troubadour stepping into the world of full powered rock crescendos.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Trouble
3:16 $0.99
2. Wake Up
4:13 $0.99
3. Black Seagull
5:51 $0.99
4. No Use
2:49 $0.99
5. Stay
4:00 $0.99
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Album Notes
Songwriter/guitarist Tallulah Rendall is backed by ex-Waterboys bass player Jo Wadeson, Gordon Raphael favourite Matt Ingram on drums, and Guitarist/Producer John Robertson.

Last year they played a festival tour that included Glastonbury, Buddhafield, Lamertree, Shambala and the much-hyped Secret Garden Party with the Noisettes, Ludes and Hard-Fi. Tallulah also played a solo set at the Legendary Mystery Jets Eel Pie gig, as featured in NME.

This year they are booked to perform at, Wychwood Festival, Sunrise Gathering, The Secret Garden Party, Buddhafields.......

Her debut EP, 'WITHOUT TIME' was recorded LIVE at Snake Ranch Studios by Mark Neary.
Produced by John Robertson.
Arranged by Tallulah Rendall, Matt Ingram and John Robertson
Mixed and Mastered by Mark Neary

All tracks were written and composed by Tallulah Rendall
Inspired by the wonderful music of Joni Mitchell, PJ Harvey, Patti Smith, Led Zep, Arcade Fire, The White Stripes, The Noisettes, Regina Spektor....

Tallulah - Vocals, Guitars
Matt Ingram - Drums, Percussion, Piano and Backing Vocals
Jo Wadeson - Bass and Backing Vocals
John Robertson - Guitars and Mandolin

With Special guests
Gary Dunne who played Guitar on BLACK SEAGULL and TROUBLE. Orlando Roberton who played Mandolin on WAKE UP.

The Artwork for this EP was painted by Tallulah and Lucinda Watson.
Graphic Design work was done by Brett Jefferson Stott, Dan Garber and Caspar Newbolt.
Illustration by Darcey Rader
Photograph by Steve Teers



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Burn Magazine - Sion Smith Editor

4 stars (out of 5)
Being as how we don’t play with EPs and singles, this little gem
appears here (in the "cool shit" section) on the grounds of being
played to death and deserving of more than just a mention.

There’s something I find hugely satisfying about jangly acoustic
pop-rock. When you paint it with a voice that can melt flowers with its
grace, all the better.

This isn’t going to be to everyone’s taste around these parts but if
your ears don’t slam shut when Kate Bush turns up on the radio and you
secretly listen to long forgotten but great bands like The Violet Hour,
you need to be aware of Tallulah.

If there’s a record company with some balls out there, this 5 track EP
should make them sit up for long enough to get their pens out because
it sweeps up your spine with a feather - no mean feat when your spine
is normally harder than Wolverines.

Trying to avoid phrases like sexual and haunting is hard work when
that’s what you’re getting from every track - Black Seagull and No Use
are particularly doing a number on me.

One day, Jools Holland will say great things about Tallulah.

Alex Lewczuk - Station manager Southside Broadcasting/University

" Tallulah`s work is a genuinely unique mix of sublime musical magic "_

Steve Ross..

'an impressive CD, with art too...a polished presentation'