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Consider (Shunyata) an addendum to my R2D4 (records to die for)...It's a fantastic recording - Schrock's voice eminates from a resonating chest and head that's attatched to all the naughty bits. Her acoustic presence is startling, the powerful acoustic bass roils my soul. There's an amazing sense of clarity, totally pristine yet liquid and musical. At the end of 'Call The Ghost', listen to the backing female chorus that rides the tune into the fadeout. The vocals are incredibly sexy, velvety smooth, silky, and textured. Schrock is terrifically adept at harnessing classic rock rhythms in an updated and modern fashion. The lyrics are romantic, strong, and intelligent, her voice steeped in their meaning. It's the kind of album that makes me reach for the booklet, happy to find the lyrics within. Jonathan Scull Stereophile Magazine.
2) Call the Ghost
6) Doors of Devotion
9) Town Idiot
10) To Be Human