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We’re hooked from the first moment of this artist’s high-level recordings. Establishing a tranquil, ambient drone, her tender, gentle voice enters and carries us away on “Lonesome Mountain” in which she likens herself to that symbol, both inside and out. It’s a fascinating metaphor, and as she expands on that theme, the music deftly builds from a lone piano to strings, percussion, mandolin, banjo, and background voices. “Drugs,” where she duets with a growly male singer, is a great pairing, complemented by perfect tones from each instrument, all of which gel effectively. It is on “Window” that Stewart’s voice really blossoms, showing her vocal power, conveying the tune’s bold, catchy chorus. Impressive.