Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
cindy lee bee | CA USA | 09/15/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This was my first album and it was a blast to make. I didn't know a thing really about recording at the time and the "band" kinda felt like we were garage rock coming out of the garage into the bright light of day. Hope you enjoy it as much as I, Waygone Rex and drummer Irene did making it."
Give This A Listen
Newbie Doo | Washington, DC | 12/09/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I came across this album as an undergrad. The wit of the lyrics, the social conscience, and Berryhill's unique voice all make this worth a listen. Berryhill's style bridges Southern California rock and the singer-songwriters of the 70's, somewhat foreshadowing the emergence of bands like Smashmouth, and perhaps, Cheryl Crow. The album mixes socially conscious tracks with folk-inspired fare.
"This Administration" is a worthy critique and will take back those old enough to remember to a time before the enshrinement of President Reagan hit stride. (It's relevance to our current situation I leave to the listener.) "Damn, I Wish I Was A Man" not only remains valid as a feminist critique of American culture, it is plain ol' fun --- a perfect example of artists not taking _themselves_ too seriously even on a very serious subject. Tracks "Ceallaigh Green" and "Spe-c-i-al Ingredient" show Berryhill, et. al. have more to offer than the just a message.
Take a chance and give a listen.