That's not the only stretch for Janelle, as making the album took all of her, and Hill's, talents. The pair played all the instruments, aside from some guest sax and bass, including fiddle, keyboards, percussion, electric guitar and of course cello. I'm not sure what the breakdown is, but this is quite the family combo, with Hill even producing and mixing.
Elsewhere, you get a piano singer-songwriter ballad, I Didn't Want To Break It, and a funky, dark guitar-drum number, with some sizzling cello behind on Knocking At My Door. Nicely, the album is split into three parts, with short instrumentals letting us pause and collect, Janelle's classical side coming forward a small bit. It's quite fascinating watching her development, as she moves into this unique hybrid sound.