12 Songs, 39 Minutes


Mastered for iTunes


Mastered for iTunes

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.



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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