Winner of The Ottawa Valley Music Association's 'Album of the Year', the 3rd CD release from the vocal trio Close Enough has enjoyed widespread enthusiastic response. 'Seasonings' takes the listener through the changing 'seasons' of love and life as related to the four seasons of the year. Our first twelve songs journey through three seasons of spring, summer, autumn and winter. The thirteenth song, Joni Mitchell's 'Circle Game', comments on these patterns of change as 'the seasons... they go round and round'. Eight of the songs are written by popular Canadian singer/songwriters, with three from the USA, one from England and another a traditional Scottish tune. All are presented in serene settings of female vocal harmony accompanied by guitar and harp, with touches of flute, cello, violin, French horn and more. Our first cycle of seasons begins with a brief intro of flutes and harp heard melting the last icicle of winter into the babbling brooks of spring. 'When Spring Comes' was written by Jane Siberry while in her teens. Our flute quartet comments throughout on the lyric's youthful exuberance. Our first summer song is the hauntingly beautiful 'Sweet Summer Dreams' by American singer/songwriter Megon McDonough. Autumn arrives with Neil Young's 'Harvest Moon'. This intimate and nostalgic version features a beautiful vocal by Lillian Oakley and a wonderful trombone solo by one of Canada's best... Alastair Kay. We experience a first fresh taste of winter in the lovely ballad 'Last Night' written by Ottawa's Lynn Miles. The album continues with nine more gentle acoustic settings of engaging and appealing songs set to the cycle of the seasons.