This is Eleanor's third album originally released in 1999 and never before available on vinyl. A pivotal album in her career, produced by Rupert Hine, this is the moment when Eleanor moved from a band format to a singular creation and vision of her own music. The album is best known for the You Tube hit "Sophie", the mini drama "Did You Tell Him?", the pure velvet of "Wrapping Me Up in Luxury", the ode to slaughtered Irish journalist Veronica Guerin "Easy to Lose Hope" and the wonderful tongue in cheek country of "Please Heart, You're Killing Me" (co-written with Rodney Crowell).
There's More to This Woman
All I Have
Did You Tell Him?
Please Heart, You're Killing Me
To One Who Didn't Know You
Now You Tell Me
Wrapping Me Up in Luxury (Until the Morning Comes)
She Had It All
Territory of Poets
Easy to Lose Hope
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.