Imelda May

I’m off to see Imelda May again tonight. Last time it was like going back in time to the late 50’s, more quiffs than a Smiths convention.

Imelda May – Wild About My Lovin’

Blue Harlem – Drown In My Own Tears

The Blue Harlem track is from when Imelda May was the singer with them, their sound is more jazz and blues than the more rockabilly feel of her solo stuff.

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8 Responses to Imelda May

  1. drew says:

    Oh my in a good way?

  2. Simon says:

    Definitely. She has such a good voice, but to be a little less…musical…DavyH can keep all his indie poppets!

  3. drew says:

    She is rather lovely and does a shit kicking rockabilly version of Tainted Love.

  4. dickvandyke says:

    I don’t know this young lady.

    However, ahem, I was just wondering; do you think it at all possible – if I may make so bold – that she would consider running away with me and living on an island somewhere?

    I am clean, possess my own teeth (mostly), and would deem it an honour to watch her sleeping and dip my banana in her coconut juice.

    I remain,
    Your Honourable Servant,

    DVD and his magic pixies

  5. drew says:

    Now, DVD, don’t you go getting yourself over excited, you know what happens when you do that!

  6. a Tart says:

    Oh it’s so nice to see you all drooling over someone other than Kylie for a change!
    Imelda May can sing for sure!
    And yeah, I wouldn’t mind sharing this one 😉


  7. Anonymous says:

    Hey everyone,

    You can hear more from Imelda May’s new album and watch some great videos by visiting the official website at

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