Jane Siberry has always had a very individual way of looking at music, and when she turns her gaze below the 49th parallel to the music of America, things get interesting. She brings her usual floating quality to a gospel tune like "Jacob's Ladder," and finds romance rather than tragedy in "Streets of Laredo." "False False Fly," whose origins are in British folk, gets a hip-hop beat, but for the most part, her takes are languid, letting the music and lyrics breathe, and finding new facets in the surrounding air.
(CN, All Music Guide)
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