That Devil’s Mine, performed by the satiny-voiced Mary Red, is atmospheric and placed in a perfect pace for the songs tempo. It slowly brings the listener up to its melodic speed limit, if you will, and then hits cruise control with a beat that is sure to make you move.
Mary’s Voice reminds me a lot off Jill Scott and maybe a bit like a modern-day Etta James, though different vocal tone. This Song, boldly and proudly expressing freedom after a relationship gone sour, really her strongest points.
The bridge brings a pause of sorts, sending the listener into an ocean of sound without losing atmosphere or tempo.
The production value is solid through out. Suzie Hall