Album Review: "One More Cup Of Coffee" by Kosi

Artist: Kosi
Title: One More Cup Of Coffee
Genre: Blues, Jazz
Release: September 2013
hits rating: 6/10

Hey guys,
review time again.

Kosi, a singer/songwriter based in New York City, US mailed me her album.
I'm really about this because it actually includes sounds I don't usually listen to - blues and jazz.
It's not that I don't like these genres, it's just that I don't get the chance to listen to them very often.
Kosi mixes dramatic and heartfelt emotions into her music and creates absolutely honest and authentic songs that way.

1) Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
2) One More Cup Of Coffee
3) Little Miss Generous
4) The Coldest Summer
5) Karen
6) Autumn In New York
8) The Last Shot
9) Marlene
10) Once And Future

 Opener "Goodbye Pork Pie Hat" is a calm guitar focused instrumental only supported by melodic humming which makes your curious about how the singer sounds but also sets a nice scene.

Follow up and title track "One More Cup Of Coffee" finally releases the curiosity by letting you hear Kosi's voice.
Deep, slightly dark vocals lead and control the song. The reggae-ish guitar compliments Kosi's strong and powerful voice.

Most of the songs are rather laid back and soulful compositions.

Each track basically consists of the same elements - vocals and guitar. This is a point which can get a bit tiring for adventurous listeners who crave big variety. It's a simple production.

But still, I can imagine this album to be a wonderful soundtrack for autumn days to just relax and enjoy the warmth out the music.

You should listen to these tracks: One More Cup Of Coffee, Autumn In New York

Kosi online:


Thank you for reading!


  1. The name of this album reminds me immediately of the beautiful song of Bob Dylan which appears on the album 'Desire'.. :) x

    1. That's great, Sarah! Thought of it too! Hope you enjoy this post!!! :) x


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