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Diamonds In The Dirt

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Can't Keep Living Like This
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Dead And Gone
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Same As It Never Was
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Jump That Train
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Who Do You Love?
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Diamonds In The Dirt
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Let It Burn
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World On Fire
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Lord Have Mercy
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The World And It's Way
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 45:21

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Depends on your taste.

scsucic

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.

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Disappointing V2

Druid

I agree with ronk - there's nothing really notable here. The first album was superb but on this one, many of the songs sound similar and kind of blend together. Consider skipping this one & wait for the next one.

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Disappointing

ronk

No doubt JST's first album "White Sugar" was incredible with very notable tracks such as the title track and "Bones". I was floored the first listen through. This album however, I find after listening through several times, nothing notable even comes to mind... I hope in the future she will get back to the rocking rawness of her first album... what do you think comparing the two?

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Excellent second album

Bluesandstuff

Her first album was good, but this represents a step forward - authentic musically and lyrically. Great production, good variety, really strong vocals and some superb guitar work, too.