Album Review: Where the Pebbles Grind and Scrape by Sheila K Cameron

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Album Name: Where the Pebbles Grind and Scrape
Artist: Sheila K Cameron
Year/Label: 2009 / Independent

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Review by Amy Lotsberg Producer of Collected Sounds

I reviewed a [previous EP] from Sheila K Cameron. It was a collection of songs about an island in Canada. It was the first release of a collection of songs written over the last 40 or so years. She’s just releasing them slowly and a few at a time. So this is three more in the collection.

These song are all pretty short. So it’s really a small EP.

I’ve Waiting a Long Time is kinda bluesy, which was unexpected.

Somehow shows off her voice better than the others. Maybe it’s just mixed differently. But it’s got nice instrumentation as well. I like this one best.

Let it Come From the Place Where the Pebbles Grind and Scrape is the longest song at just over 2 minutes, it’s very pretty as well.

It’s a nice little collection that I hope will continue to grow.

Track Listing
1. I’ve Waited a Long Time
2. Somehow
3. Let it Come From the Place Where the Pebbles Grind and Scrape

[Sheila K Cameron Official Site]


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