Renowned songwriter Amy Rigby'’s fifth album finds the singer, who began her solo career as the Mod Housewife, bringing it all back home. Hailed for her keen eye and sharp wit in tracing the vagaries and victories of modern romance, her new Signature Sounds release finds Rigby promising "I Don't Want To Talk About Love No More." But, of course, she does - getting to the heart of the matter and the heart of the punch line in due course.
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Amy Rigby is one of our very best songwriters, and this, her first solo album in many years, is another collection of gems. It's also more "indie" than her prior releases; its grittier, more rocking sound suits Amy well. Most of the instruments are played by Amy and her husband Wreckless Eric, the album's producer. You can't go wrong with an Amy Rigby album, and though newbies should start with "Diary of a Mod Housewife," this is a must-hear. ksvtguy
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Catchy upgrade from previous albums. Delving a bit more into the garage/rock stuff and along with it some interesting and sneaky tunes. As always, lyrics are on fucking point. I love Heart is Healing, but Love Keeps Kicking is my 4th favorite Martha song now. Sad song at the end, but totally great way to end the album. You pulled my heart strings. Love it. thorseus