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Boomkat Product Review:
This is the first album from Laura Veirs, after last year’s “Carbon Glacier” was widely acclaimed as some of the finest singer-songwriter work in 2004. I have to say after detailed listens, I actually prefer this more dyed-in-the-wool debut, to the more knowing, city inflected styles of “Carbon Glacier”. Of course, there’s a very direct comparison to be made with the alchemical genius of Gillian Welch and David Rawlings – and in places the similarity is positively glaring. But that’s no bad thing, if you’ve played Ms Welch’s works as often as we have. With the gentle guiding hands of some top calibre musos on board, Modest Mouse member Tucker Martine on drums, effects and production duties, Eyvind Kang on strings, Steve Moore, Danny Barnes, even Bill Frisell on national and electric for three tunes – this is impressive stuff, and well nigh essential to those of you tipped to the dusky delights of Laura Veirs.