Depends on your taste.
Same problem here as Rudy Rotto ran into with his second album -- fabulous guitar player who allow themselves to get swallowed up by the producer. This album is terribly produced -- the producer had an idea of what they wanted to produce and were using the guitarist like a puppet to make it happen rather than letting the guitarist make the music. She has it, and when she realizes it, she will make great music to show off her own skills. It just does not happen here. The first, second, and last cuts are good, but the rest of it is too funky for my taste. But I'm going to go see her whenever I get the chance.