But it's Case's voice, as well as the way she wields it, that provides Blacklisted with its most cogent classic-country element. While comparisons to Patsy Cline and Teresa Brewer are inevitable, Case is more of a belter than either of the other two. And Case's post-midnight rambles begin where Cline's left off--later at night, where the mists start rising near the edge of town. Any town. Nashville, even. You can't help but think that, sooner or later, some perspicacious night owl there is going to take notice and hand her the keys to the Opry.