With worldly wisdom beyond her years, Judith Owen turns suffering into divine lyrical melodies, as she draws on her life-long battle with depression. This lays the foundation for the thirteen songs on SOME KIND OF COMFORT which Owen herself describes as her “most intimate and confessional recordings to date”.
SOME KIND OF COMFORT is in part a companion to last year’s critically acclaimed THE BEAUTIFUL DAMAGE COLLECTION. Both CD’s feature songs from the very successful West End show ‘Ruby Wax-Losing It’. On SOME KIND OF COMFORT, Owen once again delivers what the The New York Times describes her as having ‘the kind of wailing folk-jazz voice that slices away surfaces to touch the vulnerable emotional nerve endings and leave you quivering.’