Kathryn Grimm - Grimm Again
Grimm mixes blues with a singer/songwriter focus on this CD that
features nine of her songs (one track is by another writer). She
generally works here with just her own electric guitar, Leon “Randy”
Randolph, and Jeff Swissstack on drums (some drum programming
Although her guitar work is fine, the focus here is on her vocals
and lyrics. They are blues oriented, with nearly every track about
love lost or gone wrong. Two exceptions are “Who’Da
Thunk” and “Saviour”, which are upbeat songs
about love gone right. A few songs are enhanced with background
vocals, including Marcy Levy on “Who’Da Thunk”.
Levy has been in Bob Seger’s band, and has written songs
for Eric Clapton.
Grimm also produced and engineered “Grimm Again”.
This CD has spirited singing, solid writing, and interesting guitar
work that features subtle effects.
Web site at http://home.comcast.net/~bigbones/kgrimm.htm (can
be reached from www.kathryngrimm.com).
- Dave Howell