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Introducing Rumer

Last week as we were driving home from the IOW, this tune was playing on Radio 2 on Ken Bruce, I was mesmerised by the melodious, crystal clear voice which immediately reminded me of Karen Carpenter...

I have just found it on Youtube and the song is her/their debut single to be released 28 August

I hope you like it....I luv it!

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  1. Oh to be able to sing so effortlessly...very pure and beautiful... x

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  2. Truly beautiful voice and song,
    thank you for sharing it!

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  3. Oh I am off to iTunes to find her albums, thank you!!!!!

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  4. An effortlessly beautiful voice, and love the song too. How wonderful that here is a recording without frills...no riffs, no screaming background, no oversexed writhing dancers or intricate phoney stories expensively filmed to make up for lack of content and talent.

    Lovely. Oh and Saz...tried out the tv/cd and of course it works perfectly.

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  5. Wow, I AM impressed. It's been a long time since I heard music I actually LIKE. Yes, Karen Carpenter, definitely.

    I hate to appear dense, but...is this Demi Moore's daughter?

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  6. Very pleasant voice, very relaxing.

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  7. Daryl...the debut single isnt released until 28th Aug, the album in late Oct 2010...not even on itunes uk yet..

    ethel- No she is a Mixed Brit so no of Bruce and Demi, though same name...

    glad you like her!!
    saz x

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  8. I heard it! had the same reaction!!she sounds wonderful does'nt she?

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  9. Oooooh. Fabulous. WIll def be down-loading. I lurv those harmonies.

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  10. Simply lovely! So relaxing to listen to her.

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  11. I used to love Karen Carpenter and still love to hear her voice.

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  12. I heard her interviewed by Chris Evans the other morning, and the song is fantastic. She seemed a lovely lady, and I hope the rest of her work is a melodious and beautiful as this.

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  13. I am loving that song, too. I also thought it was an old Karen Carpenter, but no. Did you notice that Ken played a Carpenter tune a bit later to compare because so many people had said it sounded like her? (I've been varnishing and painting for a fortnight - Radio 2 is my soundtrack to decorating)

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  14. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, now you are talking my kind of music!

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  15. Sara
    thanks for bringing this to my attention. Truly lovely
    ~rick

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  16. Really like it - better look on Itunes, thx :-)

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  17. Greetings!
    I hope you are fine,
    Merisi

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