The 2007 release from Vancouver songstress Carolyn Mark.
"...these songs tended to showcase Mark's less-funny musical tendencies, highlighting her more subtle abilities as a powerful emotional songwriter." - Exclaim!
"Carolyn Mark probably makes heartbreak sound a bit too good; a spin through her latest, Nothing is Free, is almost enough to make you want get into a series of disastrous relationships, if only for the insight you'll gain from being tossed around like love's rag doll.... Backed by a sound that smells distinctly of whiskey-and-tears country without letting it get overripe, she basically explains why she might be getting into so many lousy relationships: she's impossible not to love." - Vue Weekly