Diamonds In the Dirt - Joanne Shaw Taylor

Diamonds In the Dirt

Joanne Shaw Taylor

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2010-10-11
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: GBR
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 2010 Ruf Records GmbH


Title Artist Time
Can't Keep Living Like This Joanne Shaw Taylor 5:12 GBP 0.79
Dead and Gone Joanne Shaw Taylor 4:07 GBP 0.79
Same As It Never Was Joanne Shaw Taylor 4:54 GBP 0.79
Jump That Train Joanne Shaw Taylor 4:50 GBP 0.79
Who Do You Love? Joanne Shaw Taylor 3:07 GBP 0.79
Diamonds In the Dirt Joanne Shaw Taylor 5:07 GBP 0.79
Let It Burn Joanne Shaw Taylor 4:30 GBP 0.79
World On Fire Joanne Shaw Taylor 3:52 GBP 0.79
Lord Have Mercy Joanne Shaw Taylor 4:40 GBP 0.79
The World and It's Way Joanne Shaw Taylor 4:57 GBP 0.79


  • It

    By Chrissyboyblue
    Cracking second album from Joanne, I Saw her live a while ago after her first album and thought she was tremendous! This album is as good if not better than her first, The vocals are superb, she has a hint of Joss Stone about her, Some of the songs show a Bonnie Raitt influence, These are all good things! Her guitar work is incredible, This girl is only 24 how good is she going to be Ten years from now? She can caress you with those smokey vocals then take your head off with a stunning guitar solo, She writes nearly all her own songs, A rare talent these days!! Buy this and encourage her PLEASE!!!!!!! P.S. Take a listen to Oli Brown! The talented little git is only 19!!!!!
  • Sensational

    By witters180
    JST's first album was great but this is an absolute belter. My personal favourite is Jump That Train but it's all fabulous. I've seen pretty much all the great guitarists and Joanne is right up there. Cracking live show as well. If you love the Blues, or any form of electric guitar based music, you gotta buy it!
  • Good second album

    By grumpy old man
    JST is a very talented writer,singer and guitarist. Seen her live twice and thought White Sugar was excellent. This latest offering is just as good. Highly recommended and a million miles away from the X Factor rubbish fed to the masses.
  • Good mellower second album

    By Martin Sugden
    Following on from White Sugar was always going to be hard. Taking a more soulful approach overall, Diamonds in the Dust has a great start but sags a little in the middle where the energy just isn't there. Too mellow perhaps. The guitar too hidden in places. But it picks up again - and the closing track shows that the more soothing tracks can have energy.