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Laura Cantrell - Humming By the Flowered Vine (2005) Retail CD
Adult Alternative Pop/ Rock
Laura Cantrell's third album, Humming By The Flowered Vine, emerges into daunting company. Her debut, 2000's Not The Tremblin' Kind, was famously acclaimed by John Peel who'd probably listened to more albums than anybody else as "my favourite record of the last ten years, and possibly my life." The follow-up, 2002's, When The Roses Bloom Again, was also widely, and rightly, hailed a classic. Humming By The Flowered Vine finds Cantrell understandably, reluctant to tinker overmuch with a winning formula. Like its distinguished predecessors, it's a mix of Cantrell's own compositions, andmore… obscure cover versions which would only have appeared on the radar of a serious country enthusiast Emily Spray's "14th Street", Jenifer Jackson's "What You Said", Dave Schramm's "And Still". If Cantrell does borrow from a big name, it's a previously unreleased song in this case, a sublime version of Lucinda Williams' "Letters". Humming By The Flowered Vine is a little more opulently arranged than previous albums. However, Cantrell's deceptively offhand, conversational voice remains an instantly recognisable and still treasurable idiosyncrasy, and her third album is a worthy addition to her canon. --Andrew Mueller
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- Laura Cantrell - Humming By the Flowered Vine (2005) Retail CD
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