Angi West

Angi West’s self-produced, self-released debut is an ambitious undertaking for a fledgling artist. Though West hits the mark on straightforward folk ballads like “Elijah,” “If You Remember” and the a cappella “Blackest Crow,” her attempts at more lush arrangements on tracks like “A Good Catholic Boy” and “Every Drop In This Glass” are less effective. Standout tracks like “The Light In Your Eyes” and the pop-friendly piano ballad “Saying Goodbye” are evidence of West’s potential as a songwriter and lyricist. Despite a smattering of lackluster offerings, Orange Thread is a promising start for an artist who, at her best, manages to evoke nostalgia and longing with mournful strings, lonesome melodies and effective imagery. summary from: Mountain Xpress, Sound Investment (Vol 14, Iss 22, 12/26/2007) Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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