Source: Rails (the free magazine of the Dutch railways)
Translated from Dutch into English and forwarded to the mailing list by T.J.A. van Eijl
Nineteen years young, Tanita Tikaram conquered the world in 1988 as the worried-singing schoolgirl with the hit Twist In My Sobriety. By now she's almost twentynine and on her new, sixth album The Cappuccino Songs she's still worrying. But now it's the worries of a matured woman and those are beautiful worries. Not for no reason she covered the best womens-worries song that has been written for the past quarter of a century: Abba's The Day Before You Came. When listening to these ten songs it isn't hard to imagine Tanita sitting at a terrace in Paris. Alone at one of those small, square tables, staring into oblivion. Over a café au lait of course.