Tracy Bonham blew me away when she released the amazing debut "Burdens of Being Upright", and I listened to the album continuously for months. When I feel like rocking, I take it out still. This album, after only 4 full listens, completely eclipses the debut. She's grown so much in terms of songwriting and melodies (and her violin is perfect), but her lyrics are still the beautiful poetry they were on 'Burdens'. This album is more like therapy than anything. My therapist thinks it's funny, because I refer to Tracy as my shrink during our sessions. Freed is a very self-aware and honest track, and the violin intro is beautiful. The single Behind Every Good Woman has got to infuse every woman out there with fresh energy and strength. Or maybe it's just me? No matter; the bottom line is, Tracy has made it clear that she's not a one-album wonder with this flawless disc.