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wonderful...ish

i havn't actually bought it but i know she's great so u won't be let down but her down fall is she has the same sound through out her music ( but it's all good) and... i am the first one to write a review!! sweet!

yup.

Another awesome release from one of the best folk artists of our time. If you enjoyed This Arduous Alchemy, you'll enjoy this (in my opinion).

Exquisite honesty, unique voice carries this artist

Just saw Nicole play near Boston. You can't forget her voice. This ethereal sound comes out of this tiny childlike woman singing with seering wisdom about love and life. She's so tiny she jokes about getting carded by liquor store clerks who take one look at her ID and still don't believe she is in her 20s. Her voice can sound so childlike, however, that some tunes face the risk of sounding like children's music if you don't pay attention to lyrics abouts revolution, religious persecution of gay people and environmental degradation. Some of her best lines: "I don't believe in evil, but I do believe in greed," sung in a song about corporations flattening moutaintops in strip mining operations. "The priest said my lover was the devil in disguise." "Your kiss is like falling through an open window." Strongest songs include "We Could Have Met," a fanciful meditation on the places two lovers could have connected, and "Wonderin," which captures the neurosis of thinking about those we have known along the way.

Unordinary Mine, Nicole Reynolds
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