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Emma Hill – The Black and the Wretched Blue (2013)

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EMAHill’s honey-smoked voice takes on a soulful growl in many of the numbers, and combined with the horns that periodically kick in to accompany the familiar guitar, banjo and pedal steel, it imparts a bit of a New Orleans vibe to many of the songs. There is still plenty of rootsy sensibility to Emma Hill’s music, but it is tinged with a soupcon of jazz.From the sultry swing of Crushin’ to the sweet sadness of The Arrow is Sharp, from the affectionate playfulness of Fallin’ For a Girl to the aching lilting cry of A Hundred Homes, Emma Hill shows a maturation that sees her stretching her wings into new musical territory. The Black and Wretched Blue is a nicely nuanced album, full of heartache and joy, that satisfies on many levels.

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