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Invisible Ones

08/01/2005 | Babysue.com LMNOP.com | www.babysue.com www.lmnop.com | Album Review
Who was the real brain behind Azure Ray...Orenda Fink or Maria Taylor...? Now that the two have split up the answer is obvious...both ladies were. It is curious seeing where these two ladies are heading now with their separate careers. Fink is probably veering off familiar paths the most. Traces of Azure Ray can be heard in Invisible Ones...but Orenda is obviously treading into some new territories here. Some of the tracks are haunting and sparse (and reminiscent of the past) while others have surprising commercial potential. Thankfully, Fink has not sold out. While she is experimenting in a wider and more accessible arena, she is by no means creating music for the masses. Invisible Ones is personal and genuine...and weaves wonderful threads of personal yearning. The vocals are, of course, exceptional throughout. Ten engrossing tracks here, including "Leave It All," "Invisible Ones Guard the Gate," "Miracle Worker," and "Dirty South." Recommended. (Rating: 5+++
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Invisible Ones

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