San Francisco-based singer Jessica Pratt debuted in the vein of the
ancestral folksinger whose tunes are
delicately strummed on an acoustic guitar.
Jessica Pratt (Birth, 2012) contains
Joni Mitchell-esque meditations like
Night Faces, hints at country music like Mountain'r Lower,
Celtic-tinged lullabies like Titles Under Pressure
as well as the relatively lively and conversational Bushel Hyde.
After relocating to Los Angeles, she crafted the
ethereal introverted lullabies of On Your Own Love Again (2014),
Joanna Newsom and
with hippy-era stripped-down arrangements, notably
Moon Dude and Back Baby.
She reached an almost Zen quality of fragile, austere and wintry quintessence on
Quiet Signs (2018) which contains barely 28 minutes of music.
The variations are minimal, but
This Time Around
and Here my Love are almost poppy by her standards,
Polly Blue is relatively lively,
Fare Thee Well is blessed by a flute solo, and
Crossing evokes a female Leonard Cohen.
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