Review - Love Is

Published in
Libération (France)

After the flop of her [previous] album, Kim Wilde left London for the countryside. The opportunity for the artist to reconnect with herself. Then the musical project which was well underway received a boost from Rick Nowels, craftsman of hits by Belinda Carlisle. She was invited to Los Angeles to record three songs that were added to the eight titles produced by Ricki, her little brother. In 'Love is' (MCA) she sings with her sister Roxanne and realized a dream of a fan of Elton John: Davey Johnstone was involved in the recording and Paul Buckmaster made strings arrangements. Twelve years after 'Kids of America', Kim still relies on prudence. Even if she can not help being transported by "Love is." As for us, Kim, when you want ...