Alison Moyet - Falling

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Music video by Alison Moyet performing Falling. (C) 1993 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) Limited. 

Alison Moyet (born Geneviève Alison Jane Moyet, 18 June 1961), is an English pop singer-songwriter noted for her bluesy voice. 

Essex is the title of the fourth studio album of singer/songwriter Alison Moyet. The album (although recorded in Liverpool) is named after the artist's native Essex, England and includes the singles "Falling" (1993), "Whispering Your Name", "Getting Into Something" and "Ode to Boy II". Essex was again a source of controversy for the singer. In order for the album to be released at all, her label (originally CBS/Columbia - as of 1988 a subsidiary label of Sony Music Entertainment) insisted that certain Essex tracks were to be re-recorded and re-produced, and that there be additional material remixed to create a more 'commercial' package. The acoustic ballad "Whispering Your Name" was for example turned into an upbeat dance single and released as the second single after "Falling" failed to live up to the label's expectations. The re-recording of "Ode To Boy", originally from Yazoo's 1983 album You and Me Both, was later given the dance remix treatment by Junior Vasquez.
Due to prolonged litigation with Sony, this was to be Moyet's last full-length studio album for over eight years.

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