Album Review: Seeds, Shells and Stones by Kristilyn Robertson

Album Name: Seeds, Shells and Stones
Artist: Kristilyn Robertson
Year/Label: 2010 / Independent

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Review by Amy Lotsberg Producer of Collected Sounds

I’ve been a fan of Kristilyn for some time now, first as a musician and then as a person as I’ve gotten to know her in Cyberland. So it’s always nice to hear new stuff from her.

If you’re a regular reader you know I love piano. So this is just my style. Not only is Kristilyn a great piano player, but she has a very lovely soothing vocal style.

Waiting for the Change reminds me of Jill Tracy.

Track 7, is an instrumental interlude which for some reason sounds like spring to me. Maybe I’m just wishful thinking.

I Did Not Invite You is really nice. It’s got a little bit of an (early) Tori-ish melody. This might be my favorite.

Lovely new album from genuinely great artist.

Track Listing
1. The Night is Mine
2. How it Goes
3. Little Earth
4. After All
5. Sound (Live at the Uptown Folk Club)
6. Waiting for the Change
7. (Interlude)
8. I Did Not invite You
9. Hunters
10. Just for Show
11. The Final Cute (Live at the Uptown Folk Club)
12. Step Back

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