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Rosie Thomas was the mellowest singer/songwriter on the once-grunge label Sub Pop, representing an openness of spirit that was as refreshing as it was shocking. Having moved off on her own, Thomas continues to explore an emotionally rich landscape where sunbursts and heartbreak collide with gorgeous melodies that resonate long after the music plays. "Where Was I" brings her breathy voice to the fore, where it nearly disappears into the air. Pedro the Lion's David Bazan produces the album with a shiny, clean veneer that brings about a new accessibility, while Thomas adds a Jackson 5 vibe to the spirited "Over the Moon" and a sense of grand majesty to the piano-based drama of "Back to Being Friends." Best is the acoustic piece "A Really Long Year," where Thomas touches on country rock with rich harmonies and a generous reflection on her unusual life. "Sometimes Love" flows toward mid-'70s MOR, with a lite-FM feel that's perfect for her emotive reach.

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Over the moon is my fave


Born: Seattle, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Singer/songwriter Rosie Thomas has been shaping her sweet, delicate song stylings since her early childhood, but she made a name for herself when she joined Motor City dream pop band Velour 100. Thomas sang and toured with the band during the late '90s before jumping ship for a solo career. Mixing up the folk-pop of Joni Mitchell with indie sensibilities, Thomas found herself surrounded by a new scene. She and Damien Jurado dueted on "Wages of Sin" for Sub-Pop's 2001 compilation Badlands: A Tribute...
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