Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell
Tiger Zane’s debut album is a very fine thing. It has a light folk-influenced sound and some memorable songs.
The gentle “Little hand” is a sad yet hopeful song that speaks volumes.
“Waiting for Fine” is impossible not to hum along to. It builds impressively to a rocking climax.
“Doorway” is a sweet jazzy song that brings Astrud Gilberto to mind.
“Festival” is a nice description of a festival, maybe a Lilith Fair. It makes me want to go to one right now.
Throughout the cd Zane’s beautiful voice impresses. “No matter what” is a record that sounds just right no matter when you play it.
Posted on April 15, 2002
Listen to track samples
1. the egg
2. little hand
3. silver buttons
4. waiting for fine
6. you are the man
7. there’s a place
8. the man I want
9. no matter what