Eileen Rose’s latest album, ‘Be Many Gone’, is the long awaited follow-up to 2009’s ‘Luna Turista’. Whether it’s a true new direction or a slight diversion, ‘Be Many Gone’ is a musically diverse album. At one moment there might be a soft country ballad, and at another there could be a hit of rockabilly strutting and then again there’s some plaintive trad-jazz flecked numbers such as ‘She’s yours’. And that’s the not the whole of it. If the music is varied there is a common thread to the songs – ‘Be Many Gone’ sounds like a break-up album, it’s littered with heartache and relationships gone bad.