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“damned little can beat a trifecta of talent, training and life experience, and t.s. baker’s debut, through the shadows, proves that with a vengeance ... a magnificent effort...”
chuck ginsberg, the spotlight

“through the shadows is a collection of 11 radio-friendly tunes that defy easy categorization. serious, but poppy. crisp, clean arrangements... lush vocals, tight harmonies and thoughtful lyrics.”
j.c. lockwood, merrimack river current

“the description beautiful voice and insightful lyrics don’t do (her) justice.... t.s. baker cooks.”
the portsmouth herald

“[through the shadows] is one of the most well crafted self released albums we've heard ... a classic american singer/songwriter disc -- melodically strong, lyrically intelligent contemporary folk music...”
neil pearson, fish records (u.k.)

"it’s hard to render in print an accurate description of what t.s. baker can accomplish vocally. her voice effortlessly produces even sweeter notes than her nimble guitar playing with exquisite timing and control ... a superior musical being."
bill copeland, the telegraph

"the songs are lyrically and musically stimulating, and the performances stellar. it’s hard not to overuse superlatives...."
bennie green, face magazine

"t.s. has an amazing ear for arranging, adding just enough to songs to sweeten, yet never detracting from the piece. in addition to solid guitar work ... masterful songwriting."
steve jerrett, folk & acoustic music exchange

"i love baker’s voice ... a soothing blend of suzanne vega, emily saliers and sheryl crow."
the internet music review service

"romantic break-ups, heavenly touchstones, and private mercies seem to squeeze their way into many of her songs, knocking over clichés with a bang."
t.j. mcgrath, dirty linen

"songs that drift toward the experimental edge..."
songwriter’s monthly

"t.s. has one of the most beautiful voices i have heard in quite a while."
internet underground review

"fine songs with a strong imagery that is a joy to absorb and reflect on ... with each song coming through as a well-chiseled sculpture."
vic heymen, sing out! magazine

"t.s. baker’s clear, sweet voice is only the beginning. she plays a mean guitar, accordion and mandolin, too."
northeast performer magazine

"baker’s voice is dynamic, changing from whimsical to alluring."
the new hampshire sunday news

"refreshing, well-crafted original songs."
stephen ide, the patriot ledger



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