"Immediately you are grabbed by her rich, intoxicating voice, spinning around a gorgeous melody that feels like a favorite sweater - familiar and comforting." --Three Wishes Records & Productions "Her voice has a tinge of sadness and pain that make the listener sit up and take notice...that will eventually define Hunter as one of the strongest rock singers around." --Dennis Halsey / Best Female Musician.com ********** From the longing cover shot to it's haunting collection of songs, the quasi-concept album, Thirsty, will touch the heart and pull at emotions unlike any other. It seemlessly blends elements of folk, country, light jazz, & orchestrated rock. The disc opens with "Prized Possession", an easy flowing country ballad with a silky slide guitar. Better yet is the acoustic guitar & violin version at the close of the album, cleverly titled "Reprized Possession". But, don't be fooled that this is a country album. The next song, "Night is Still Young", has a light-urban, funky jazz feel, peppered with muted trumpet, much like the music of Sade. "Easy" has a groovy rock bass line and a heartbreaking refrain. Then the album twists into a playful "Crazy Moon Ride", followed by an upbeat, accordion flavored song "Every Time You Leave". Perhaps the greatest triumph is the title cut "Thirsty", which perfectly encompasses the theme and taunts the listener with rolling timpani throughout. The timpani continues into arguably Eva's strongest vocal track on the disc "Burned Cold". Next is the sexy song "Please Me" and a rockin' number "Anybody Any Good". Then it breaks your heart again with the ultimate song of longing "Untouchable". The final track, "Feast of Reason", has a swirling melody that takes you for ride and doesn't let up until the final note. From the timpani, pedal steel, violin, piano, and electric guitar, to Eva's layered, evocative vocals, this haunting masterpiece lingers on long after it's over, and yet leaves one very "Thirsty" for more.