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Indigo Girls - All That We Let in (2004) Retail CD
Grammy-winners for their major-label debut back in 1989, Indigo Girls have spent the last 15 years proving and re-proving their worth. Too easy on the ear to suit the roots revival and far too politically spiky for the mainstream, they've been forced to plough their own furrow, and have thus cultivated a voice that grows ever stronger. All That We Let In sees the duo split songwriting duties more or less evenly. Amongst Amy Ray's contributions are the snappy ska of "Heartache for Everyone", the rocking and surprisingly epic "Tether", and the Celtic-tinged "Dairy Queen". Emily Saliers, meanwhilemore…, weighs in with the simply beautiful love song "Free in You" (a sure-fire number one if it's ever bellowed out by Whitney Houston), "Come on Home" (a delicate tale of betrayal) and the masterful piano and cello infused title track, inspired by the death of an activist friend but hugely life-affirming nonetheless. At first listen, Saliers' efforts seem softer than her bandmate's, homespun and prettily descriptive where Ray's tracks are overtly pointed. It's only later that you realise how dark they both can be. With Joan Osborne providing occasional backing vocals, All That We Let In is classy, literate and often touching addition to their canon. --Dominic Wills
|1||Fill It Up Again|
|2||Heartache For Everyone|
|3||Free In You|
|5||All That We Let in|
|7||Come On Home|
- Indigo Girls - All That We Let in (2004) Retail CD
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