Her first two records on Reunion Records were produced by Brown Bannister
who is legendary and great, but he overproduced and candy-coated her
"folk" sound. Arends co-produced her third record which was more sparse.
It might have been a good thing, but unfortunately, she did not have a
whole bunch of strong songs so she ended up losing her record deal. Reed
Arvin produced her on the Rich Mullins tribute record, having Alison
Krauss & the Union Station accompany her on "Jacob and 2 Women". That
was a beautiful sound, fitting her quirky style and making her sound like
folk music just might make a comeback if she could get some great songs
together and make a whole record like that.