Reviewed by: Kim Walter, July 2017
This album has the feel of someone who is talented, but unfocused and is expermenting with things in the studio. I sometimes had the feeling that there was sometimes so much extraneous stuff going on that the tunes got a little lost. It was good in the sense that each track is unique. I thought the best were #4 and 5.
1. slow/med - interesting instrumentation, unusual vocal melodies, kinda quirky
2. slow/med – quirky, playful, light pop sound
3. med – Carrington’s studio version of blues
4. slow - simple tune, almost like 50’s ballad, like a dark PJ Harvey
5. slow/med – singer/songwriter, folk rock, tambourine
6. med – a little strident, reminds me of Four Non Blonds