Back in Lilith Fair's heyday, Abra Moore was poised to be an A-list pop star. She had that bouncy hit, Four-Leaf Clover, a Grammy nom and was even featured in one of those "for everything else, there's Mastercard" ads. Girl could write a great, that's for sure. When her label tried to force her into the profitable pop tartlet mould, Abra split in search of creative control, taking a seven-year hiatus between released albums. The result is Everything Changed, a carefully constructed pop album of startling emotional depth that veers from fragile acoustic folk to shiny orch-pop. Hooking up with three producers wasn't necessarily the best idea, since Everything Changed is slightly uneven. Moore is best at her most basic - as on the acoustic strum of Paint On Your Wings and the title track.