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With just Sebastian Steinberg on acoustic bass and producer Jamie Candiloro adding drum loops and effects, Lisa Germano wanders into the gentle, dark night and broadcasts her proudly obscure songs like a dream across the oceans. For the title track, she sits at the piano and plays something like a prayer; it's the album's longest song at four and a half minutes. The remaining tunes often play like ambient tone poems where the mission is to enforce the dark mood. "Back to Earth" bangs its guitar against the elliptical and bizarre keyboard lines before leading into "Haunted," where Germano appears to have fallen down a rabbit hole into a wonderland where the dollhouse is under eerie renovation and the snowglobe on her desk has been shaken. Her voice heads into "Haunted" with a high cry that's emphasized by the unsettling orchestration. "A Feast" adds ethereal instrumental touches that hit the ground when the piano pulls up. Germano's willfully odd approach creates a love-it-or-hate-it album. Those who go with its flow will likely find themselves agreeing to its difficult beauty—knowing Germano may be unusual, but sometimes so is life. 

Customer Reviews


These are the type of songs that give you goose bumps because they're just that haunting, yet beautiful. The type of songs you can get lost in.


This album is not hogwash, just another brilliant adjective Lisa uses in the 1st song on the album. Big fan here and I think it's her best album in years. I call it Psychedelic Americana.

One of my dream collaborations would be Lisa Germano & Björk, but this album is the next best thing.


Born: January 1, 1958 in Mishawaka, IN

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Lisa Germano is one of those artists who's never belonged to one core crowd. Doing the big rock thing wasn't important to her, although time spent playing with John Mellencamp in the late '80s and early '90s opened her eyes to the ever-changing ways of the music business. Germano worked her craft without becoming a conformist; music is her soul and writing is her fuel. Born in Mishawaka, Indiana, at the dawn of 1958, Germano was the middle of six kids. Her parents were teachers and musicians who...
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