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Album Review

Meg Hutchinson's debut for Red House seems good on the surface, with a strong production, fairly rootsy, well-played arrangements, and a distinctive voice. But look a bit deeper under the hood, and what you find is actually just another singer/songwriter with a bit more gloss and shinier, go-faster stripes. Her insights aren't especially insightful, and she can slide in a good turn of phrase here and there, and the excerpts from "Over the Rainbow" work well on "Somewhere," but the bottom line is that for much of this disc she's just fairly average, a talent that's still developing. She might become something special, since there are glimmers of the great hiding in "Song for Jeffrey Lucey." But we'll see what happens when she's shaken off the college creative writing course and fully found her own voice.

Customer Reviews

Reveal the reviewer!

To the iTunes critic: Pretty smug little put-down for someone who doesn't even sign their name. Let's hear what YOU've written to be so dismissive of this lovely, heartfelt collection of work. Maybe you should sign up for one of Meg's excellent songwriting workshops to get an idea of how to write yourself, including music reviews.


I don't buy complete albums much anymore; I just select certain individual tunes that I like. But the first time I heard Come Up full, I bought the whole album. I completely disagree with the original iTunes reviewer. I find Meg Hutchinson refreshing, insightful and unique...well worth listening to.

songs from the heart

Don't believe the iTunes reviewer. There's nothing academic about these songs. They're deeply personal, deeply honest. They tell of loss and recovery, finding hope in the darkness, the beauty of little things, the possibility of balance in a world of commercialism and extremes, the tragedy of a soldier home from the war, the possibility of living as if each day mattered. A voice and a vision worth listening to. Her other albums won't disappoint either.

Come Up Full, Meg Hutchinson
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