Judee Sill

Judee Sill - Judee Sill
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1971 Ratings: #62 / 128
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A great debut and a great little chamber folk album from the early 70's with some amazing soothing instrumentals and production and some strong bittersweet lyrics and Judee Sill's vocal are fantastic to say the least

Track Review

Crayon Angels 9.5/10
The Phantom Cowboy 8.5/10.
The Archetypal Man 7.5/10.
The Lamb Ran Away with the Crown 8.5/10.
Lady-O 8/10
Jesus Was a Cross Maker 9.5/10
Ridge Rider 7.5/10.
My Man on Love 8.5/10.
Lopin' Along Thru the Cosmos 8.5/10.
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Judee Sill is one among many hidden folk gems from the late 60's and early 70's that have been unearthed in recent memory. Sill occupies a unique space in the musical realm. It feels incorrect to call her music 'Christian music' since it doesn't emulate the bland worship music that clogs the airwaves in the modern day. But there's no denying that her music contains a spiritual component that is not quite as vague as many of her peers at the time. Songs like 'Jesus was a Cross Maker' are not in ... read more
Amazing acoustic picking throughout, and very clever, meaningful songwriting. This record fits into that overall tone of late 60s, early 70s folk and singer-songwriter. I think this record was overshadowed in it's time because of stellar folk/singer-songwriter artists like Joni Mitchell, Simon and Garfunkel, and Linda Ronstadt. With that being said, it's a pretty underrated singer-songwriter, folk record.
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Added on: November 14, 2016