Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell
Jenn Karson’s debut paints vivid images with its gorgeous sounding songs. Karson’s lyrics are aptly summed up by the song title “Dark and Quirky”.
The opener “Isle Blue” has a lovely tune and tells a haunting tale. “Monster” has an amusing but scary image of unrequited love.
Karson has plenty of great songs on offer. This is a very good record by a gifted artist.
Posted on January 19, 2002
Listen to track samples
1. Isle Blue
3. Red Wine
4. This Can’t Be You
6. So Green
8. Dark & Quirky
9. Artroom Records
10. Is This Goodbye?
Rating: 4 Stars
Comment: Hello! I played lead and atmospheric guitar on this album, which I really like and took a lot of work- I’m trying to find a review of this album that credits the artists on it (a fine bunch). I know the credits are on the cd case, but I am looking for a review that mentions my contribution to add to my portfolio- Any help would be appreiciated-
Eric Sonoda on Wednesday, October 26, 2005
Ed. Note: Eric, the best bet would be to do a Google search on your name.