Eye to the Telescope

Eye to the Telescope

by KT Tunstall
4.3 30

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Eye to the Telescope 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 30 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I haven't gotten this excited about a new artist in a long time. And the "professional" reviewer who wrote the review on this site, Stephen Thomas ErleWHINE, is just another example of a critic who has to always create controversy with long, ridiculous contradictory phrases: "It's this YET it's that ...", "It's blah, however, it's blah ...". I'm so sick of the over-analysis of creative works. I'd love to know how many music critics have ever played an instrument or written a (good)song. I think it should be a requiremnet that they do and are "critiqued" by their peers before they can become a critic professionally. Wonder how many would be left? Music is good when it moves you-simple as that. And this record ROCKS.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i listen to this cd all day.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I had to have this C.d. after I saw her on a DirectTV Freeview session. She can really play the guitar and is quite artistic. All her songs are great.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I bought this CD after hearing "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree" and seeing how well received the CD was. Unfortunately, I felt that the only good song was "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree" and it's less than three minutes long. I think Anna Nalick is a better artist. Tunstall has a great voice, but Nalick (who also has a great voice, just not as gritty or textured) has better style and songs.
Guest More than 1 year ago
After almost losing all hope in the music industry because of Brittney, Jessica and Lindsey, I have found new hope. KT is one of a kind, with new melodies and unique style. I love that she writes and plays all of her music, a true musician. I love this online album so much I am also purchasing the CD.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Of course, I bought this CD because of the wonderful song, Black Horse and the Cherry Tree. I agree with Mel. That was pretty much the only good song on the CD. I mean, I kind of liked the song Suddenly I see, but it seemed as if the rest of the songs were slow, boring, definitely off-beat, and just plain weird. I don't know if you should buy it or not. I would only if you are absolutely crazy of Black Horse and the Cherry Tree.
Guest More than 1 year ago
she catches you from the first note of Black Horse and the Cherry Tree. As you listen all you want to know is who is it and where can I get it?
Guest More than 1 year ago
Thank goodness KT is here to save us from all the wannabe "music" on the radio today (like a previous reveiwer said). I was beginning to get a little sick of all the "Public Affairs" and "Do Your Chain Hang Low?" trainwrecks. Her lyrics are amazing and really heartfelt. I LOVE HER. My favorite song is Heal Over.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Sensational music, and considering NYC has seen its share of good musicians, KT Tunstall really is amazing. All the songs are a breath of fresh and soothing air.
Guest More than 1 year ago
She is awesome. Caught her on Direct TV Free view and was totally blown away. I cannot stop listening to this CD & am driving my friends crazy
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm quite picky about who I listen to in this day and age..with all the little "pop stars" running around. I happen to pick this cd up while in the store and was hooked on the first note Black Horse and the Cherry Tree. As said in the review at the store, she is comparable to the singer Dido, but I feel she has a much more raw voice and tone to her! As must have for any avid listen of music.
Guest More than 1 year ago
KT Tunstall should not sing. The video should be taken off of MTVU's playlist
Guest More than 1 year ago
I first heard of K.T. Tunstall when she made an appearance on the Today Show singing Black Horse and the Cherry Tree live. Her one-woman show, using some audio technology, remined me of Melissa Etheridge in the early day of her career. This woman has a long wonderful career ahead of her if this is any indication of the music she will be putting out in the future.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is some of the freshest, best sounding music that i've heard in a long long time. I saw KT on PBS and she played 3 songs live: one word... WOW! Also, for me to really dig a singer or band they must write their own stuff, and that is another reason i dig KT. rock on, KT Tunstall.
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