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Make Time pays off for LeAnne King
 
Aptly named ‘Make Time’, this second album took four years in the making. An emotive journeyfor the ‘lyrist’ she once described herself as, she now says ‘I am at a stage in my life that I realise the time is all too fleeting.’‘It’s about how we should stop for the seconds it sometimes takes to listen and really see the little things..

A complete work of self penned tracks, inclusive of a co-write with the very gifted Catherine Britt,track 8 All I’ve Got To Show, the release is a finely produced co-ordination of work from three studios. A capably completed project sharing mutual passion.
Five of the tracks are superbly mixed by producer and engineer guitar virtuoso Martin Hailey (Human Nature, David Campbell, Jimmy Little) at Audioscapes Studio Newtown and mastered by
William Bowden at King Willy Sound Sydney; Tracks 7 Can’t Keep A Good Man Down and 12 the title track Make Time, produced engineered and mixed by audio post production specialist John
Roy at John Roy’s Studio; Tracks 3 Little Cowboy, 4 Nearly Said No and 5 I Will Not Let You Down, by Rob Wilson at Longhorn Studios Kurri Kurri.


A collection of session musicians includes names like Brad Bergen, Mick Albeck, Michel Rose, Clare O’Meara, Scott Morris, Jon Howell, Tim Curnick, Kevin Hailey and Clayton Doley; with backing
vocalists Katie King and Scott Morris and contributions from all three engineers Roy piano and programming, Wilson backing vocals, acoustic guitar, bass, and the multi talented Hailey, backing
vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, mandolin, dobro, lap steel, percussion, and electric 12 string guitar on tracks 11 A Minute To Be Mine and 9 I Was You, and programming on track 11.


 


 

Album Review | Capital News Australia
‘MAKE TIME’ Review by Susan Jarvis
Listening to this album, you’re left knowing that the songwriter has lived and breathed everything she’s singing about. And that’s this album’s appeal: every note, every word is authentic, and sung from the heart. LEANNE KING clearly loves the genre and makes it her own, with her pure, sweet country voice. Her songs connect in a profound way - few listeners won’t have shed a tear by the end of the album. The album has an underlying theme of taking control of your life and realizing what’s important, and two of the standout songs - Nearly Said No and Make Time both explore this concept, as do Learning as I Go and I Was You. In particular, the love of a parent for a child comes through on Put Your Hand in Mine, Nearly Said No and the delightful Little Cowboy.
LeAnne has the ability to touch others with her music, and make them feel and think - which for a songwriter is the ultimate success.