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“Fraser, a self-taught singer, has two great vocal strengths (she is also a fine pianist and guitar player). She’s able to articulate her plosive consonants with great delicacy — which means that no matter how acrobatic her melodies are, you can always make out exactly what she’s singing. With each line, Fraser’s soulful-but-proper delivery is telling you: the music may be pretty, but the message is paramount. She can also leap from a conversational lower register to a wild wail; and when she does, the effect is as electrifying as sudden revelation. These are skills she’s developed through hard practice: on “What to Do With Daylight,” her fine, if slightly precocious, debut, they were only hinted at. They came to maturity on “Albertine,” and under the singer’s control on “Flags.”
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