Pushin' Against a Stone
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Top Customer Reviews
Impeccable playing and production assisted by Black Key Dan Auerbach. Buy the vinyl and complete the experience with a visual enhancement as the cover is one of the most compelling images of album cover art to come along in a long time, even the card is heavy duty to encase the 180gram record. In an age of mediocrity and instant disposability Pushin' against a stone is a precious jewel to treasure.
I bought the vinyl version - which is high quality vinyl and sounds fantastic.
Took a while for the CD to come out - I had almost forgotten about it.
The best album of the year for my money.
Hope to hear more from this highly talented young lady.
Valerie wrote or co-wrote all but one of the songs, which also appears to be original. On two tracks (Shotgun, Twisted and twined) she sings and plays guitar without any other musicians. A third track (Trials, troubles, tribulations) finds Valerie just singing to a musician playing guitar and providing male backing vocals.
Elsewhere, more instruments are used but not many on any given track. There is a trumpet player on the opening track (Workin' woman blues). Valerie plays ukulele while singing on two other tracks (On my way, Somebody to love).
This is a great album if you like country music sung by a woman with a twangy nasal voice. It won't be to everybody's liking, but it is to mine.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fantastic band! And that's where the good stops. Her voice is absolutely horrible, nasally, and WAAAAY out of tune. Read morePublished 4 months ago by thomas
Excellent album. Sure, a distinctive voice but who wants to live in a world of TV Talent clones? Classy record, excellent musicianship and joyous production. A joy.Published 13 months ago by JW
A stunning record Awesome sonic sounds of deep southern soulful wonder. Simply put, a record you would rescue in event of a fire. These songs will never leave You!Published 18 months ago by Mr K F Rolfe
I fell in love with this album on my first listen. Catchy rhythm, great, down-to-earth lyrics - such a beautiful voice! such a wonder to find in the bland music of todayPublished 23 months ago by LeaB