Sometimes it just takes the right song and the right voice in the right setting. Elise LeGrow's "Drinking In the Day" is a starkly produced, stripped down and razor-sharp guitar and vocal track that pretty much grabs you by the collar and give you a good shake. It's also something of a 180 from the Toronto singer's major-label-directed glossy, retro-pop songs that looked to be positioned somewhere between 60's girl groups and the modern beat-driven belting of Amy Winehouse and Adele. Unlike those colorful, commercial tracks, "Drinking" is an immediate and timeless "who is that?" headturner, LeGrow's voice a marvel of cool soul and sultry backburner torch.