Album Review: Visible by Annie Moscow

Album Name: Visible
Artist: Annie Moscow
Year/Label: 2007 / Melonball Records

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Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

I’ve reviewed Annie Moscow’s previous release many moons ago. Her follow up is a lovely record too, and her songwriting abilities are intact.

“Through a Clouded Lens” is a smart song, Moscow singing of being a pessimist to an upbeat backing.

“House of cards” is a pretty song, Moscow singing of life being imperfect with conviction. The song gains pathos with its intricate arrangement.

“You won’t See Me” by the Beatles gets coved nicely and a neat Joni Mitchell song, “Michael from the Mountains” gets a reading too.

I’m not sure what to call her music, it’s not remotely mainstream, but accessible all the same. She has a lovely voice and her imaginative songs really deserve getting heard.

Posted on August 27, 2007

Track Listing
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1 Through a Clouded Lens
2 Make Believe
3 House of Cards
4 Come On Annie
5 Shangri-La
6 Invisible
7 You Won’t See Me
8 You Were Never There
9 Michael from Mountains
10 You Can’t Go Home Again
11 Angels Angels Angels

[Annie Moscow Official Site]


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