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The one thing you can say about Marissa Nadler is that she has a swooping voice. It swoops and swan dives all over this album of lovely folk. Built mainly around gentle finger picked guitar and that voice, this album picks up where the last self-titled one left off. It's gentle, evocative and disarmingly beautiful. Like some kind of Laurel Canyon waif transported to the big bad 21st century t ...

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The Sister by Marissa Nadler
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 24 May 2012

The one thing you can say about Marissa Nadler is that she has a swooping voice. It swoops and swan dives all over this album of lovely folk.

Built mainly around gentle finger picked guitar and that voice, this album picks up where the last self-titled one left off. It's gentle, evocative and disarmingly beautiful. Like some kind of Laurel Canyon waif transported to the big bad 21st century this has the air of rural hippie freedom stretching out in its grooves. The songs lazily spin their way through the air, no major hooks, melting beautifully into one long hazy captivating spell.

She keeps it simple throughout with none of the overdubs that sometimes clutter such records. Phil here is the worlds biggest Marissa Nadler fans and hereby declares this his favourite work since her first two records that got him rather hot under the collar.


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