Second Nature

Kat Eggleston

Waterbug
P. O. Box 6605
Evanston, IL 60204

A review for the Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange
By Mark Horn
(fame01@cbvcp.com)

This second album from Kat Eggleston was been a long time in coming... it's well worth the wait. Songwriters are expected to mature, however, Second Nature is leap even for this talented artist. Be prepared for a more introspective Kat; less cute, more powerful. Her sweet voice can melt a heart then in the next moment blow you away with its emotion. Several cuts, (Paper Boats, Darling Wake Up, & The Stranger) have been released earlier on compilation albums, in each case I enjoyed the more recent rendition. The engineering and production work well enhancing rather than getting in the way of the music. Check out this former northwest performers best efforts, you won't be sorry.

Copyright, 1994 Great Desert Northwest Music. This review may be reprinted with prior written permission.

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