This record is my own private time capsule of deepest emotions. The songs span many records and include a few never released gems - all capturing something beautiful in being broken. It is the deep dive into longing and ache that we dare to face that can allow us to clear its heaviness. I've always found solace in the interpretation of pain. Lyrics can give us a map of what's tried to derail us so that we may finally shine a light on the darkest corners and move through it. These songs are a bit like tonic for the weathered heart; a glimmer of light for the darkness - the 'Heartache Moon'.
- Rachael Yamagata
Rachael's voice is so soulful that it could inspire a tiger to chuff, an elephant to trumpet and whales to sing.
Along with the badassery, Yamagata brings a world-weary passion to her singing. Her voice is a soul-baring, sultry instrument that commands center stage at all times. She has that deliberate, I'll-sing-the-note-when-I'm-ready pacing that helped make Amy Winehouse great, and before her Billie Holliday.
- Audiophile 180g Vinyl
- First Ever Vinyl Issue of These Recordings
- Analogue Mastering by Jeff Powell at Take Out Vinyl
- Pressed by Optimal Media GmbH in Germany
- Gatefold Jacket
- 4-Page Panel Booklet
- Break Apart
- Do You Really Want to Hurt Me
- Even So (Acoustic)
- I'm Not in Love
- You Won't Let Me
- Falling in Love Again
- I'm Coming Back