In a mix of jazz-pop, Thomas opens her album with "My Own Worst Enemy," revealing her discovery of life’s bigness. Telling the story of finding her own melody, Thomas seeks harmony in life, as she makes her way through a series of life-changing events.
Finding the "Person I Adore" turns Thomas’ tone upbeat, even hopeful as she expresses her relief at finding that special person. Light, airy flute bridges the words, while rhythm is maintained by a soft, percussive bass and drum.
Taking us through her life journey, Thomas offers light, airy inflections to contrast her deeper notes on "Make Me Blue," after the love has moved on. giving her inspiration to write. Kris Kurzawa provides an interesting mix on guitars between chorus and finish
Flirty, light, perky, "Distraction" picks up the beat, taking the listener into a swingy mood. Again, Kurzawa frets a plucky string. "Under The Bridge" gives drummer, Bill Higgins, a chance to come out front and create a funky balance to Thomas’ crystal clear voice.
Closing the CD with "Hunger," Thomas accompanies her voice with soft keyboards, completing her story telling venture, explaining ‘no one should wait too long to free themselves’ in life.
Tracy Kash Thomas has a clear, easy to understand voice. Her accompaniments are a tight group of players. Already featured on radio stations in Detroit, Thomas is on her way to establishing her independence as an artist.