The Fabulous Ginn Sisters You Can't Take A Bad Girl Home

The Fabulous Ginn Sisters You Can't Take A Bad Girl Home
Fans of Fred Eaglesmith will be eager to hear this latest effort from the recent additions to his band: Tiffani and Brit Ginn. You Can't Take A Bad Girl Home is the follow-up to their 2006 debut, Blood Oranges, although Eaglesmith's stamp is all over it, from his typically haunting production touch to the honesty infused into each track. Like their closest contemporaries, the Watson Twins, the Ginns' harmonies are impeccable, but there's a much darker tinge to their storytelling approach that Eaglesmith sonically exploits to the fullest on tracks like "Baton Rouge." Yet, immediately after, the sisters' flair for pop is fully displayed on "Share Our Secrets." By its conclusion, You Can't Take A Bad Girl Home is bursting at the seams with raw emotion, leaving the distinct impression that the Ginn Sisters are destined for great things, and not just within the Americana scene. (Lonesome Day)