Rachel's' 1999 album, Selenography, presents more of their thoughtful, expressive, nearly unclassifiable compositions. Many of the 12 pieces here grew from live performances and were nurtured in the group's home studio, blossoming into works with a cosmic and rustic theme. The harpsichords on "Honeysuckle Suite," the gentle interplay of violas and piano on "Kentucky Nocturne," and the subtly dissonant guitars and vibes of "An Evening of Long Goodbyes" prove that Rachel's' already complex and beautiful sound continues to mature.
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AllMusic Review by Heather Phares