An Ellen Carol CD review

Review of Buttercup Hamsterjuice
Reviewer: Peter Harris

“…’Kissing on bridges’ could be an apt metaphor for listening to the Ellen Carol. It was Heraclitus who said, one ‘could not step into the same river twice.’ Every time I play these songs I hear something new. Tone, melody, lyric can all make you feel as though you know this woman. But listen again and it’s a whole different girl. Love in transition. Everything travels. Nothing can stay. Like a kiss on a bridge, it ends when you wish it would go on, it wrenches your heart and haunts you for a long time after… I don’t know what’s up with the album title…”

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