A wonderful find arrived in the mail. Many have received this bundle of treasure long before me. I am slow to jump on the bandwagon. But, this is one wagon I am glad I hitched my Star upon. Surely, that is what we have in our midst. I listened to the tracks several times. I wanted to absorb the music emitting from my stereo. Trish has a beautiful clarity to her voice which is a nice compliment to the understated instruments that accompany her. Understated because many singers really don't sing well and use the instruments to drown out their inabilities. Trish doesn't need to do that, nor does she. The songs all have a great feel that belies the lyrics they are bound to. The lyrics are poignant and act as a window to a soul. A beautiful soul on a journey to peace. The song, "Walls of Pain" reveals a wisdom of a compassionate heart, "I wanted her to know how much I care, but she can only receive what she can only bear." Her song, "Obsession," at first might bring to mind an Alanis tune but it doesn't have the bitter edge like Alanis. Trish tauntingly sings, "No one knows the things I do with the thoughts I have of you." But, it's sung in such a way that I imagine blowing a raspberry afterwards and saying "Nanny-nanny-poo-poo." The song, "Where were you?" is an indictment of a parent who wasn't what they should have been. It gives you a glimpse of what it is that the lyrics are inferring then rips it away to leave your mind to wonder exactly what it is they did or didn't do. Trish, or Freeepeace, to those in AOL-J land, originally titled her journal, "Livingroom Superstar," but has since changed it to "Journey to Peace." It's a great summation of the woman because no livingroom, even the grandest of Beverly Hills, will be able to contain this rising star, as she journeys to peace through her music. Lucky us that we are here to see the ride. Lucky me, because I now have a signed autograph and you will find it on Ebay when she hits the charts. Not! It's all mine! Now, go listen and buy.