When The Roses Bloom Again
Released: Jan 2002
Label: Diesel Only Records
After the great British DJ John Peel lauded Cantrell's debut, some sophomore slumping seemed inevitable, but this collection of neotraditionalist country capitalizes on her sweet alto and simple songwriting to great effect. When she sings, on "All The Same To You," that she'd like to "buy the world an aspirin and slip it in their Coke," it's revealing of Cantrell's elegant simplicity: It may not be something that's likely to change your life, but it's certain to make you feel better.
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