Lisa Angelle possesses a classic country voice -- all honey and twang.
Themes of heartbreak and loneliness rule her songs, equally classic within country music. But on her self-titled album, there is little to set her apart. Angelle's phrasing is sometimes awkward, especially on "I Didn't Want to Know," where drawn-out notes sound somewhat flat instead of plaintive. The songwriting, too, rarely delves from steel guitar, fiddles, and clichés, making for a somewhat bland experience. The lead single, "A Woman Gets Lonely," is probably the best song on the album, but fans of female country singers won't have to look very far to find something better.