Going Home. Saying more in two words than two thousand words can contain. For Chrisie Santoni, Going Home is the first collection of music she has put to vinyl, and is a statement connoting that the journey and the destination have melded. Going Home is the journey and the destination all in one. This collection contains, among others, the defiant "What I Am" (actually Track 4), the cocksure 'Fall For Me'(actually Track 2), and the solo-acoustic gem "Going Home". Sounding like Chrisie's last stand in a narrow cut surrounded by unyielding red rock walls in the Arizona desert, 'Going Home' is a tale of a person making the decision to save her life at all costs, leave the bad old ways behind and find her safe haven contains the power of the sun itself, created only with voice and guitar. Chrisie Santoni is the small axe in a world of big trees, a singer who cuts at the overblown, overstuffed, over-hyped mish-mash of modern music like a thought suddenly flashing in your mind in the middle of a noisy, crowded, impersonal public scene that says "It's OK to want to go home". Going Home was created after a stay of several years in the swampy southern city of Savannah, Georgia as well as after a collaboration with Jethro Tull keyboardist Andrew Giddings. Shaped by the sharp hand of the Englishman and the loose decadence in the garden of good and evil, Going Home shows an artist getting a focus on who she is and who she is becoming. - Musicholic Anonymous.