April 30, 2011 12:35 am
Diana Jones’s third album as an Appalachian singer frozen out of time has her trademark pre-occupations: funerals, trapped miners, orphaned children, natural disasters: there is even a song called, simply, “Poverty”.
Ketch Secor’s production generally bolsters rather than overshadows Jones’s singing and guitar. “Sister” (previously “Angel At Your Side”) stands out, fizzing and sly and protective.
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