The pairing of Peter Karp and Sue Foley on Blind Pig's He Said She Said was very well conceived, their talent, style and tone are all a solid fit. Several songs feature a playful interplay of vocals back and forth; on others they sing solo.
Jason Ricci opens "Hold On Baby" with a touch of plaintive harp, a song about not letting the world grind you down and keeping a lighter side. I like the song; but, feel it would have benefited from a little more harp. Ricci also adds a couple of his tasty signature noodleing licks to "Mm Hmm." My favorite song is "Scared" a relationship song featuring muted trumpet, Foley's silky vocals and acoustic guitar. They bring on the blues somewhat ironically for the love song "Valentine’s Day." From singer/songwriter to blues, duos to solos, slide to strumming, Sue's alluring vocals to Peter's pleasant tenor, He Said She Said contains pleasing well crafted songs throughout, and I found it to be a gratifying listen.