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This is one of her best albums and in my opinion just as good as Car Wheels on A Gravel Road.
The song is masterfully arranged, and flawlessly executed. "Something About What Happens When We Talk" is outstanding, with a majestic performance.
Lucinda writes with such honesty and unflinching detail, they are sparse, straightforward and touched with true beauty.
More country than blues, this album has some wonderful songs and is Lucinda at her best. Recorded in rhe early 90's, it's right up there with Car Wheels on a Gravel Road. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Nancy K. Guenther
Sweet and sad, but somehow upbeat. It is about life and loss and celebrates both.Published 3 months ago by Linda Henning
The subject matter of most of the cuts on this album are not exactly uppers, dealing in death and suicide. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Henry Brandis
I keep listening because part of me really wants to like this artist but her tough style always ends up putting me off. Sometimes I wish her heart would overcome her lungs.Published 11 months ago by Martha A.
Within a world of pop artists and pretty rhymes there are the sounds that true artists make to make it all worthwhile.Published 17 months ago by George
Lucinda Williams is a gifted singer-songwriter. I bought this CD for "Sweet Old World" but I love most of the songs. It's old now, but still relevant.Published 17 months ago by booklover