This is hilarious!! I entered my name and chose ‘sensitive songwriting’, ‘female singer’. It didn’t ask me for an album title. Here’s what I got:
Odyssey of the Mind
Until now, Edith Frost was principally known as a explosive live act.
Underneath her antics lies a eclectic artistic maturity that reveals how she has grown since she was a young new-waver. Imagine the aching rock of Joni Mitchell’s "Clouds" grafted, as if by a mad scientist from the bayou, to the crass hip-hop assault of the No Limit Tank Soldiers, and you haven’t come close to describing the sounds on Odyssey of the Mind. Don’t call it a comeback — Edith Frost has been here for years — but never with such Brian Eno-produced blue-eyed soul. An ambitious concept album about being a loner and the importance of brushing your teeth, the main dish of this gutsy meal is the playful "Lost Tongue."
Every chord change on "Women Notice Things Like That" will break your heart. This one’s getting a lot of rotation at the office. Edith Frost gained a reputation early on for being savvy. I will have this album on repeat mode, forever.