Q MagazineAt its worst Etheridge is a sub-Springsteen mistress of the lyrically obvious. But when she hitches a poetic directness to a thumping tune on The Wanting Of You and Company, she's in a league of her impassioned own. [Aug 200, p.119]
Perhaps if this production were scaled back a notch or two, Fearless Love wouldn’t feel quite so oppressive, but its oversized sound fits Etheridge’s sense of self: she’s boxed herself into a corner where she only makes music that sounds important…whether it actually is important winds up being beside the point.
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Feb 27, 2011This review contains spoilers, click full review link to view. Fearless Love 'is incredible. A lot of emotion and deep songs. 'The Wanting of You', 'Indiana' and 'We Are The Ones' is definitely the best.
Fearless Love: Animated, appealing.
The Wanting of You: Wow, exciting.
Company: Cozy, beautiful.
Miss California: Strong.
Drag Me Away: Interesting, beautiful.
Indiana: Wonderful, Thoughtful.
Nervous: A good rock, great melody.
Heaven On Earth: Activist, incredible.
We Are The Ones: Great rock, very good.
Only Love: Calm and waking.
To Be Loved: Cozy.
Gently We Row: Simple and Finalizing.… Full Review »