Blessed with a warm sexy tonality, artist Caitlin Eadie’s voice emits echoes of Bishop Briggs and the soul n’ slink of Amy Winehouse. Add to that her effective backup vocalists and top-notch production and what you have is a credible candidate for radio stardom. “Lesson Learned,” where she admonishes a lover’s selfish behavior, is bolstered by dark, brazen synth tones and jazz/blues guitar accents amid an overall spacious arrangement. She gives her insights and reflections about relationships on “Warpath.” Deep, bottom-of-a-well reverb enhances “Wolf Cry.” All that’s holding this singer back is the so-so quality of her material. These are solid, decent songs but are not killer-catchy enough to put her over.
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