It's a relief when Eleanor McEvoy tells me she doesn't mind if her music confuses people because, the truth is, her music has confused me for most of her career.
McEvoy made her name with A Woman's Heart (1992), a song and a subsequent album that seemed to be bought by every man, woman and household pet in Ireland. The track itself was folky, melodically appealing but lyrically galling (“My heart is low/as only a...
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