Well, it's an honor to be able to review yet another Caedmon's Call album... Right off the bat I'd like to say I thoroughly enjoyed this CD. It doesn't stray too far from their previous album, 40 Acres, and they still have that same lovable tone!
I really enjoyed "Ballad of San Francisco," with it being such a happy, sappy, funky, fun song. It makes me want to dance, sing, and clap (the whistling part was a plus). Other songs I liked includes "Valleys Fill First" which had really good guitar, bridge, and nice harmonizing. "Can't Lose You" contains a catchy guitar part. "Prepare Ye the Way" has great lyrics, simple but effective percussion, and wonderfule female BGVs (background vocals). "Love Is Different" is a beautiful song with a pretty banjo part. "What You Want" was a personal favorite that I felt to need to repeat after giving the CD a listen.
"Masquerade" had an interesting Christmas sound to it but I didn't enjoy it as much as the others. "Dance" was good but a bit monotonous as it drew to a close. All in all, I would give this disc a 3.5 to 4 star rating on the 5 star scale! Keep up the great work, guys!- Review date: 9/25/00, written by Jenn Terry
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