Lisa Gemano | Review
Under The Radar Magazine | Gareth Maher
She has the type of voice that can seduce, excite and entertain the listener.Summer '06
In the Maybe World
With this album, Lisa has opened up much more of herself than she ever has on previous records. The twelve songs reveal a purity and honesty to not only her songwriting, but her singing as well. On "Too Much Space" there is an elegant dream-like ambience that her vocals perfectly express with a measured dosage of timing and pitch. She has the type of voice that can seduce, excite and entertain the listener. It also helps that she can rely on the strength of deeply affecting songs like "Into Oblivion," "Wire," and "Except for the Ghosts." Whether you listen to this album from start to finish or using shuffle, there is enchanting imagery to these songs that is impossible to escape. You will want to play this album allover again as soon as it finished.