Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell
Gilli Moon’s second album opens with a spoken word piece that’s reminiscent of Laurie Anderson. Then the rest of the record unfolds and reveals itself to be a unique mix of accessible hooks, passionate vocals and heartfelt lyrics.
Moon effectively captures a variety of moods with her music.
The title track has its fair share of Alanis Morrissette’s explosive nature.
By contrast the ballad “Why Do you Love Me Still?” is tender and sweet and should top the lists in a fair universe.
She’s an intriguing new voice to listen out for.
Posted on January 3, 2001
Listen to track samples
8. Why Do You Love Me Still
9. Touch Me