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This is both a good and a bad thing as there is a certain `sameness' that permeates the entire album.
It's strange how much I just want to be alone with this album and do nothing else - just sit with headphones alone and listen.
Joanna's exquisite voice is mixed perfectly with masterfully woven lyrics and heartsrting-tugging instrumentals.
An instant classic, this triple album is perhaps Joanna's most adventurous album yet--which says volumes when you've delved into Milk Eyed Mender and Ys and seen them for the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Benson L Hathaway
This is an amazing album. So much more complex than Ys, but still everything I loved about that album.Published 3 months ago by P. Beck
Joanna has grown as a musician so much. When I listen to this album, it's more like an epic poem set to music that I revisit every month or two to be amazed. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kelsey Denham
I won't review the actual music, but will instead talk about the vinyl and packaging itself.
The album comes on 3 LPs in a nice textured box. Read more
everything about this is wonderful. love the stories, the emotions, the poetry, the artwork, the font, the packaging --- Joanna is AWESOME. so glad I bought this.Published 11 months ago by J. Miller
I think I was expecting music that was more like Bjork or alternative-style. This is just very vocal and instrumental and long.Published 15 months ago by Kitty
Favourite folk artist. Jo jo takes the compositions from ys and makes a triple album out of it. It is a behemoth of a record and one that won't disappointPublished 19 months ago by Michael E.
I am an avid listener of many genres of music, and a musician, with a particular interest in singer/songwriter oriented styles. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Cam
Well, Newsome ain't a bad singer, but the songs are just not there. Formless, meandering and much less pretty than her pretty little voice deserves. Read morePublished on October 5, 2012 by Allen R. Levy