On a solo outing from the unfortunately named Four Bitchin' Babes, Fingerett offers up this collection of sentimental tunes. Her overall sound is inviting, with fine AOR production by Dan Green and Fingerett herself, but the characters in her songs soon begin to resemble each other. From the young fisherman in "Ten Pound Bass" who struggles "between a small mouth bass and a large mouth woman" to the lush in "Thirsty Woman" who drowns her bad marriage in booze, Fingerett specializes in therapy-folk that says "I'm OK, You're OK" a few too many times.
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AllMusic Review by Tim Sheridan