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The Crossing

Meg Hutchinson

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Customer Reviews

The 3rd Indigo Girl?!

I just heard Meg Hutchinson in Harvard Square today and I was enchanted from the first stanza. The heart-tug of her sultry voice is matched perfectly by the profound intelligence of her lyrics. Meg is raw passion, expressed brilliantly by nimble fingers and a haunting voice. In the corner of a Cambridge parking lot, on a sunny September, I could not help but notice this wise but optimistic poet. If you like KT Tunstall, Indigo Girls, Chantal Kreviazuk, or Sinead Lohan, you'll love Meg's music!!


if you have ever lived in a small country town you will love Meg; her words will send you right back to the comfort of that smallness. she is one of my favorite female singer/song writers...#1 being Ani

In Response To "Good But CC is Better"

I strongly disagree with the user that left the unwarranted and unsupported comment that Catie Curtis is better than Meg Hutchinson. Instead of arguing that point, let me just say that the dark, sultry vibe of this album perfectly serves all of these songs and Meg's haunting voice delivers them perfectly. This album has a real cohesive presence that grows with every listen. Each song lasts just as long as it should and by the end of the record it feels like you're been somewhere rustic, dangerous and comfortable and seen something beautiful rise out of the rubble and twisted branches. This is a real diamond in the over-saturated market of female singer/songwriters and one of the top overlooked albums of 2004.

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