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The Revolution Is Eternal

Tina Harrod
The Revolution Is Eternal

Temporary People

Tina Harrod
Temporary People

Tina Harrod’s stunning second solo album Worksongs proves she is equally at home channelling the power and emotion of jazz greats like Nina Simone and Billie Holiday as she is in more familiar soul terrain. And she does so with such impeccable intuition and raw feeling that it takes your breath away.

Tina and her stellar band bring the same approach to the varied collection of songs on this album – from the excellent jazz spin on Stevie Wonder’s ‘Big Brother’ to her beautiful rendition of Nick Drake’s ‘Riverman’ or her sophisticated and revelatory take on Portishead’s ‘Glory Box’. Two of her own songs from her acclaimed debut album Shacked up in Paradise are also reinvigorated here as are a definitive collection of jazz classics such as ‘Comes Love’, ‘Round Midnight’ and ‘Feelin’ Good’.

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John Shand, Sydney Morning Herald

A dark-hued, womanly voice; assured in pitch and as powerful as a
train when called upon, it also has little chinks of vulnerability, so
one feels wooed by it.


Qantas Magazine

Harrod deserves supernova status.

John Shand, SMH 2008

Having firmly established herself as one of Australia's premier soul singers, Tina Harrod runs a risk when turning to jazzier material. She could join the long list of almosts and abject fa...more

Rhythms Magazine, 2008

I, Tina

New Zealand born Tina Harrod has had a year of contrasts so far. Her long-time partner and musical collaborator Jackie Orszaczky passed away in February this year - a massive ...more

Brad Syke, Australian Stage Online 2008

It's but a short time since the last passed. Maybe this was at least partly responsible for the emotional depths she plumbed and brought to the surface, for the edification of ears, heart and, y...more

John McBeath, Weekend Australian 2008

Holiday Spirit Informs A Classy Work-Out
Unusually for a jazz flavoured work, this album has received considerable publicity and airplay, for several reasons. Soon after this recording, Syd...more

Bernard Zuel, Spectrum SMH 2008

A deep connection to the heart of song Meet the best R& B singer you’ve never heard of. There are really only two great Australian soul and R&B singers: Renee Geyer and Tina H...more

Justin Grey, Timeoff 2009

Since her late 80s stints with Modern Man and Honey Bees through to her early 90s period performing with the acclaimed Jackie Orszaczky-led The Grandmasters, New Zealand-born singer Tina Ha...more

Jessica Nicholas, The Age 2009

IT WAS the music of Nina Simone that first inspired Tina Harrod (one of Australia's most respected soul singers) to start exploring a more jazz-based repertoire. What particularly captivated Har...more