Kathleen Edwards :: Asking For Flowers

If you somehow manage to avoid the sophomore slump in music, all eyes immediately shift to see if there's the junior jinx. Kathleen Edwards avoided that slump by creating a more nuanced and textured version of her debut with Back to Me in 2005, but you can only reshuffle the same deck so many times. Her third album, Asking for Flowers, plays down the rockier elements of her first two albums in favor of a more maudlin, less insular set of songs that add up to a tremendous album, even . . .

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