This album is pretentious bollocks. Dont take it from me - here's the cover
black tape for a blue girl returns - refined, elegant, gracefully
exquisite. This new work reveals songs of melodic beauty and striking
musical embellishments underlying poignant layered vocals from Oscar
Herrera, Julianna Towns and lyricist/songwriter Sam Rosenthal. The words beg
the unasked question of the deeper self: What passion can this momentary
glimpse reveal within us? What spark can be ignited to fuel a million
possible outcomes? This emotional apotheosis is adorned by the lament of
Vicki Richards' violin and the bittersweet flute of Lisa Feuer, as desire
forms the catalyst for transition.
Phew! Two twenty-six word sentences in a single paragraph! And what does it
all mean? Your guess is as good as mine.
My verdict; dull elevator musak.