The title track, "Baby Don't Cry" is a bit of a change up. Instead of the acoustic based country on the rest of the record, this song is more contemporary Christian pop/country. The song tells a heartbreaking story of a young couple that seems to have the world against them. The man goes away to war, and when he comes back, they become pregnant. When the baby is born, the woman dies. Webber's vocals convey all the emotion in the song, and instead of keeping the audience from crying, there will be tears.
Throughout the record, there are a song or two that could be on any country record, and aren't very unique, but the record does end on a very special note. "Prisoner Of War" is another song similar to "Free," but has incredibly beautiful similies and metaphors woven throughout the common story. In this track, Webber channels Jamie Lynn Spears vocally, with the emotional delivery.
Besides that, this EP does exemplify Webber's talent and her great potential. She has so many options based on this EP. She could go into Christian pop, or pop rock, or country. The best debuts don't limit an artist to just one genre, and allow them to explore all of the different ways they could make music. Webber has many choices, and whatever she chooses, she will do well.
Best tracks: Disappear, Free, Prisoner of War
Throwaway tracks: Here With Me
Overall rating: 3 and 3/4 crowns