That’s not to say that the album is unlistenable: quite the contrary. The songs on Gone With The Wind are given enough space in the arrangements to develop of their own accord, to allow for ample solo space, and to let Machado play with the meter of the lyrics. "I Remember You", "On A Clear Day", and "What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life?" are low simmering classic torch, Machado’s delivery perfect. Antonio Carlos Jobim’s "Wave" is given a bop-heavy feel that fits the original melody of the song. I just found myself going back to "Free Yourself", especially its intro, which truly captures the essence of New Orleans in about eight seconds. The song itself was the one moment of the album that broke from the mold and was different. If this is where Machado is going with her music, I’ll come back to the well for another drink of water.