|Add Date:||2009-08-02||Pull Date:||2009-10-04|
|Week Ending:||Aug 9|
|1.||Aug 07, 2009:||Trailways
Close Your Eyes
|3.||Aug 05, 2009:||Brownian Motion
What A Wonderful World
|2.||Aug 06, 2009:||The Best is Yet to Come
A Woman's Worth
This is the perfect CD to play on a Saturday or
Sunday morning. A solo effort, Sablan’s voice
seems to float above the softly-played, guitar-
driven melodies. Her lyrics are deeply personal,
hopeful, optimistic, and spiritual. Her music
makes me think of the late John Denver.
FCC clean. Try 1, 2, 3, 11
1. & 2. [title track] Both songs hymn-like and could be played in a church service / 3. ** Great overall. 4. Long opening before the singing. / 5. Song has subtle gospel influences. / 6. Subtle country influences. 7. Electric guitar almost seems like a second voice, feels like a duet with the singer. / 8. Feels like a lullaby 9. Nice guitar harmonies. / 10. a passable remake of
the classic song first sung by Louis Armstrong.
11. Gentle and serene.
by Rhonda Goodman
|1.||Dear Lord Forgive||6.||Colours|
|2.||A Prayer||7.||A Woman's Worth|
|3.||Northern Sky||8.||Close Your Eyes|
|5.||My Heart Will Be Blue||10.||What A Wonderful World|
|11.||At The End Of The Day|