(Bookmom) from DURHAM, NC
Reviewed on 2/23/2013...
I first heard this cd when I borrowed my brother-in-law's copy and made a tape for myself. I could tell by the artists that it was going to be good if not interesting. The subject matter of the cd as a collective is supposed to be the "Right to Choose". In 1993 when this cd came out I had a 2 1/2yo child of my own, still in my 20's. Despite whatever I may have felt about the "Right to Choose" personally, I was not of a frame of mind to make that judgement of others. I was able to listen to this cd with an open mind, open to the artists and the music, which was the whole reason I was attracted to this cd. So, that being said, I warn those who may be sensitive to slurs and some language there is in some of the songs. It may not be so bad for 2013, but for 93-94 some of it is a little shocking and there is no Advisory Label on the cover. Now, the songs I liked the most were Photograph, She Said-She Said(Cover of Beatles), Greenlander, Distracted, and Lost My Driving Wheel is sooooooo Goooooooood!
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