Danish vocalist Sinne Eeg has a mature, pliable voice that shows traces of singers
like Peggy Lee and Sheila Jordan in its contours and sound. She is a long-
The CD is split between standards and Eeg's own compositions. Her "The Bitter End"
starts off the disc with Eeg slinking through a soulful Nancy Wilson-
On the title piece Eeg's wordless vocal is wedded to a gliding melody played by her quartet that sounds like Seventies' Pat Metheny while "Time To Go" is a folkish song led by piano with Eeg singing a simple, unaffected vocal that has the sad nuances of Karen Carpenter's sound. Her most moving original is "Aleppo," about the plight of children caught up in Syria's civil war, which is done with a sensitive vocal accompanied by the gentle pulse of of piano and guitar.
Eeg also shows her abilities in the well-
Sinne Eeg is a fine singer with a strong voice that can be alternately sexy or sensitive. She has a real gift for carrying melody and projecting understated drama in her singing and she can write moving songs as well. Hopefully this CD will increase her profile in America.