Album Of The Week


Published 2021-09-14 06:00

"This past year, the year of the pandemic, was everything and its opposite. Immersed in the world, and at the same time, isolated from the world, so much happening, so little going on. Oh, everything.”

- Kenneth Bremer / Blue Desert -

"Annie Gallup's 13th solo album, pivoting around a theme of turning adversity into advantage seen through the lenses of love, art and insomnia, may well be her finest to date, at times evoking Laurie Anderson or Suzanne Vega at others Janis Ian. 'You don't get the last word, because there is no last word', she sings before the lonely whistled playout. I do, and the word is magnificent!"

- Mike Davies / Fatea Magazine -

"American singer songwriter Annie Gallup returns with another new album. I lost count somewhere along the way, because she releases quite a lot of albums, both solo and as Hat Check Girl, which is a good thing when the quality is of a high level and that’s thankfully also the case on her new album 'Oh Everything'."

- Gabor Kleinbloesem / Strutterzine -

“What is after all these years and records still to be said about the albums of Annie Gallup? Her latest release ‘Oh Everything’ is once more superb and contains soberly orchestrated, but very intriguing storytelling songs based on her love, life and experiences during the period of the corona pandemic. And what is more, as before she keeps having a fantastic voice!“

- Valére Sampermans / Rootstime -

"There’s no doubt, that this is another serious product released by Annie Gallup, worth serious attention, and spice for listeners with certain knowledge."

- Branimir Lokner / Time Machine Music -

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