Over a decade and six albums later, the resulting music reflects not only the ambiance and dynamics of her classical upbringing but has garnered comparisons to The Cranberries, Joni Mitchell, and Tori Amos. As a traveler of the inner world, Starr’s particular gift is in turning difficult subject matter into heartfelt, sometimes haunting, and always beautiful compositions. Culturespill Magazine states: “Andi Starr hits the right notes: the notes that hurt, the notes that know you, the notes that make you meet yourself.”
|The World Will Follow|
|A Song that Never Dies|
|el amore (Song for Sylvia)|
|Fake Plastic Trees|
|The World Will Follow (acoustic version)|
When I first listened to this album my first thought was this would be good music to sit and relax to at home--alone or with company. To me, the songs are ballads.
Enjoy this video of Already Gold:
I enjoyed listening to the album again and again.
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Disclaimer: I was sent the downloadable album courtesy of LaFamos for the purpose of this review. LaFamos has graciously offered to send a hard copy of the album to one lucky reader of my blog.