21st October 2016 -Nic Addenbrooke
African-influenced and Australian-based Miriam Lieberman’s latest is a gorgeous, world-wise journey that channels the best and bluest of Joni Mitchell.
It’s a collection of placidly wrenching stories, delicately worked by the trio’s interplay of violin, cello and Lieberman’s signature kora. There’s a wary strength grounding these tales, shored up by silken harmonies, Lieberman delivers her narration with a hopeful spark that lightens even the darkest parts of the album. Full Circle travels through some spectacular peaks and troughs, and leaves you with a wistful sort of reminiscence that’ll make you want to take the trip all over again.