I'm not a huge listener of indie rock, nor had I heard many Judee Sill's songs before picking up Crayon Angels, but I gotta say: I love this record. Basically Crayon Angels is like a great mixtape a friend with amazing taste in music would make for you of their favorite indie bands from the past year. Its also a great introduction to Judee Sill -- after a listen to the covers of her songs, you really, truly get the sense that she's the real deal "great lost talent". Its accessible stuff, melodic always, and her songs are not quite like any other artist's, at least that I can think of. The top of my list of highlights is Dan Rossen's (of Grizzly Bear and Dept. Of Eagles) take on Waterfall. I love, love, love Dan's work in both of his bands, but after hearing Waterfall on repeat a few times, I was certain that this is the best track he's ever worked on. Ron Sexmith, Final Fantasy and Beth Orton's tracks are all solid too, but some of my big faves are from artists that I'd never heard of, and have since checked out, (and all loved): The Shalants, Frida Hyvonen and Nocolai Dunger. Crayon Angels also made me seek out the rest of Sill's catalog, and all of its great, especially her live at the BBC collection. Basically, if you any interest in indie rock, or classic rock or folk-rock, do yourself a favor and pick up this record.