REVIEWS: Coincidence and Likely Stories

bsm-coincidenceToronto Star – Lenny Stoute, Special to the Star
BUFFY’S BACK WITH THE FIRST ALBUM IN 15 YEARS
“…the truly babe-acious”

She walks into the room and the distinct society thing takes a hike in the presence of the truly babe-acious. Buffy Sainte-Marie’s had lots of practice at handling compliments graciously. She laughs hugely and turns the talk to the merits of the space-age fabric that clings to her body like life itself.

Coincidence and Likely Stories offers up shrewed and insightful chronicles of what’s going down, steeped in lovejuice and wrapped warm with womanly empathy. The music’s well up to date, Buffy being no slouch when it comes to composing with the Apple Mac, … and being relevant as she is, this is a piece of work that’ll hold its own in the commercial arena.

And nobody wears it better.

Eye Magazine – Jennifer Nine

INVISIBLE ARTISTRY IN FULL VIEW
Not just any old legendary singer-songwriter, Buffy Sainte-Marie is one of Canada’s most intelligent, politically astute and effortlessly glamourous performers- and she’s got more university degrees than you’ve had hot dinners.

Country Music People, London

Buffy Sainte-Marie impresses immediately. She possesses a haunting sensitivity to her voice, and her thought provoking material is finely complimented by quavering vocal performances.

Life magazine on her ability to handle a diverse range of material

“When she plays primitive mouth-bow and sings Cripple Creek she sounds like a 100% folkie artiste. But then she turns right around and belts out a smokey, self-composed jazz tune with all the gutty emotion of a Billie Holiday. The concert continues and she will whisper a little love song… superb.”

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