Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell
Blake Hazard’s debut is wonderful. Her enchanting voice and strong songs make for a great listen.
“Waiting” is as great a pop song as you could wish for. It’s bouncy but melancholy and leaves plenty of space for Hazard’s engaging singing.
The restrained “Reservoir” uses a lovely acoustic guitar as a setting for the song.
Blake Hazard’s voice echoes Juliana Hatfield here. The album’s production is great, thanks to Hazard’s husband John Dragonetti.
“In the Sun” is a folksy, ethereal-sounding song. Hazard’s multi-tracked voice is used to beguiling effect.
“Glittering” uses an electronica-influenced production to create an unsettling and beautiful song.
“Little Aeroplane” is a record that deserves investigation.
Posted on February 16, 2003
1. Everybody Knows
3. Little Airplane
5. Strange Love
7. In the Sun
8. Converting to the Diver Species
11. Saint Sebastian
12. Paper Stars
13. Love Won