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“Come for the Temptation of the Devil, stay for The Kraken and fall in love under The Summer Rain. The artist's musical journey is so well represented in this initial album of MoE's. The versatility and downright fun vibe from the singer, are sure to make this a perennial favorite. To be able to own such art and access it at one's leisure is priceless, but thankfully the world is full of miracles and you can own such a treasure for the price of a coffee run. I eagerly await the sophomore album of this talented lady.”
“This is an interesting record from start to finish without seeming scattered, which is hard to say about a lot of releases these days. Songs like Trouble and Temptation of the Devil are frenetic and gypsy-like, while Summer Rain is so beautifully deconstructed to simple plucked notes over pensive, yet hopeful lyrics. For The Love will remind you of an old sea shanty, while the strums of a ukelele on songs like Sooner Than Soon will transport you to the islands. My favorite tracks seem to be a hybrid of all these styles and will capture you with beautiful, upbeat melodies and intelligent lyrics. Her choice of talented friends who know and share her vision bring it all together in something that sounds like anything but a rookie release. All this has kept this disc in rotation since I got it, and I don't expect this or any of her upcoming work to be gathering any dust.”
"I can't get enough of that "Lifelines" album. From beginning to end, it is diverse, and I never get bored listening to it. It is my #1 pick for the Pacific NW".
“This album is exactly what every music lover needs in his or her music collection. This is a collection of feel-good music that was written, arranged, and performed by one of the Pacific Northwest's greatest local artists. You will find yourself listening to every track on this record again and again.”
“This album is fantastic top to bottom. The lyrical content is clever, never trite, and smacks your right in your soul. It's reminiscent of 20's and 30's jazz, folk and blues, but contemporary in it's themes and delivery. MoE cleverly takes you through emotions that are exceptionally, human.”
"She plays very heartfelt tunes that are generally up-beat and catchy and have touches of her spontaneous humor all throughout. After listening to her tracks, you can really get a feel for who she is as a person and her outlook on life."