Something to Dream About
"This time around, Wells goes for a bigger band driven sound that creates a point/counterpoint between vocals and music. This effort allows both to weave and blend beautifully. As an experienced story teller, she's constantly casting below the surface in search of deeper meanings." - Scott Gudell, Freetime Magazine "It's a fine compilation of originals and two covers that showcase Wells' substantial vocal gifts as well as some solid backing by local musicians Phillip Marshall on guitar, Jon Gary on bass and Seam Sullivan on Drums. Marshall gives Wells' CD more of an edge than I'm used to hearing on similar outings. It's a nice change of pace." - Rob Cullivan, City Newspaper, Rochester, NY "She's always had one of the nicest singing voices on the Rochester Scene, but on the new album she sounds a little more like a pop star, thanks to producer Phil Marshall. 'Something to Dream About' shows how nicely her voice fits in with a band. Wells' soaring voice could lull the listener into a dreamy state of mind. But then the singer stops singing and wakes you with a whispered line or two as she does on 'Idaho'." - Jeff Spevak, The Democrat and Chronicle, Rochester, NY.