The second album Judee Sill made proved to be her last. A notoriously slow songwriter, this enjoyable outing took it's toll on Sill during it's making, turning her back to her recently kicked heroin addiction and away from the desire to create more music. Instead of using an outside arranger for the strings (as she did on her previous album), Sill did all of the work herself. Her lack of formal training and the immense amount of orchestral overdubs certainly would have made such an outing a hardship for anyone. It's a stellar example of the kind of singer/songwriter fare the music industry was mining in the early '70s. The supporting cast of top L.A. studio musicians solidifies Sill's unique brand country-flavored pop, which moves from introspective meanderings to loping rock, often within a single song. 180 gram LP. 4 Men with Beards. 2004.
There's a Rugged Road
Down Where the Valley's Are Low
Soldier of the Heart
When the Bridegroom Comes
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