The rotating slot withing fol trio the Wailin' Jennys currently occupied by Heather Masse was previously held by founding member Cara Luft and later by Annabelle Chvostek. Both the Jennys have released solo album that more fully showcase the range of their talents than was possible in the more collective environment of the Jennys. Luft's "The Light Fantastic" certainly reveals her fold and country roots, but also highlights her inner rock 'n' roller, thanks in part to producer Neil Osborne, guitarist for Canadian alte-rockers 54-40. The opening track, " There's a Train," starts out in a gentle fold-country vein, but kicks into a higher gear after the fourth verse, building to a roaring climax with blazing electric guitar, pedal steel, a fiddle. Luft's affection for British Isles fold is evident on her faithful cover of the murder ballad "lord Roslyn's Daughter" and her crisply finger picked version of "Blackwaterside." With "Give It Up" Fuft delivers a radio-friendly pop-rocker that could give the Sheryl Crows of the world a run for their money. "Wilcox" is an unadorned 12-string guitar ballad that evokes the stark expanses of the Canadian prairie.