Dutch Review of Just Believe It

When they eight years old was, played they tamborine in the music family The Cowsills and sat the small Susan Cowsill on lap by Dean Martin and Johnny Cash. Just Wish is It the solo debut of the now forty-four person whose birthday it is Susan Cowsill. Almost self-evident the fine sung songs of Cowsill are deeply rooted in the American tradition of country music, but there above all a fresh popwind blows Wish through Just It, also thanks to the guest contribution of Adam Duritz (Counting Crows) in Palm or My Hand' and single oudgedienden of Cowsills previous tie, The Continental Drifters, below which Vicki Peterson of The Bangles and spouse Russians Broussard. Except of the calm rockballade 'Who Knows Where the Tim Goes?', that a cover of the known folkzangeres Sandy Denny is, its all songs through Susan Cowsill written. The seventh number, the high point 'Nanny's Song', had simple on the long player Car Wheels on Gravel Road of Lucinda Williams can. It is also no coincidence that right that country aunt to hear is, with which Susan Cowsill shows many resemblances in that bewuste song. But Cowsill saves stands it excellently on own powers and her warm countryrock with both bones on American ground. text: Maurice Dielemans

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