Short (eight-song) but impressive release that, despite the extremely basic packaging, was well-produced and effectively showcased her intimate and tuneful songs. Ideal for moody types who want something that complements their mood without being either sappy or overly morose. The occasional quick-tempoed tune, and the cover of Jackie DeShannon's "Put a Little Love in Your Heart," don't play to her strengths; she's best when she's at her most contemplative, which fortunately is for most of the tape.
The Space Between the Buildings Review
by Richie Unterberger