12 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
22 Ratings
22 Ratings
Localbuzz ,

Great new direction...

This might be Gin Wigmore’s best work to date. Her previous work was good, but she has taken it to a new level with the four songs I have heard so far. It is still Gin Wigmore but with a little funk thrown into the mix. It’s a great balance. She has a great talent fornsong writing and very cool unique voice. Looking forward to hearing the whole CD. Can’t wait to see her live in Seattle again.

LANAS CHILD ,

LOVE

I'm ready to hear the rest I love ❤️

bigsled 1 ,

Play once and gets shelved

This is, by far, Virginia's worst release . It sounds like a bunch of b-side filler.
Most of Ivory has Gin singing dual with other singers which really takes away the uniqueness and dominance of Gins voice .
She started doing this a lot on gravel and wine release but those songs were actually good and also , had very stripped down beautifully emotional songs ( if only , saturday smile ,singing my smile) like her previous release's. You don't get that on Ivory except theboring " Cold Cave" .
Sorry Gin I couldn't even find one song on here .
I wanted to , at least, buy Hallow Fate . It had everything I like in a Gin Wigmore song including the slowed down , higher ,soft pitched voice line's but I could not get over the annoying background singers repeating the lines " Hallow Fate , Shallow Fate" over and over.
Of course the ecstatic fan here will not find a flaw.

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