Rachel Brooke – Mean Kind of Blues

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Rachel Brooke’s Down In The Barnyard was one of my most-anticipated releases for 2011. Then again 2011, especially early, has been full of anticipated releases that have been either disappointments in one way or another, or difficult to wholly appreciate because they’re full of previously-released material. Luckily, Down In The Barnyard delivers.
I love this album. I think it’s superb. I am astounded by how wholly original the thing is, how successful the theme and vision were implemented and seen through, that it brought out Rachel’s subtly brilliant songwriting, and most importantly, did not suffocate her most important asset: her timeless, flawless voice.
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