singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist annie hall's debut. almost theatrical at times, but the album just skirts the edge of kitsch and ends up as a very promising debut from an (adorable) young artist.
It was Annie Clark's second album that turned me onto her. Subsequently, I've gone back to check out her first Marry Me. And to be frank, I like substantially more. For me, there's a little more powere in this one, a little more soul. If you don't know her, you've probably heard her singing back up for Sufjan or the Polyphonic Spree, before launching her solo career.