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Jennifer Nash

by Jennifer Nash

A cross between Kate Bush and Gwen Stefani, moving, januty and deep. Features accordion and some gnarly piano playing. Thick walls of lovely background vocals.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Down On The Highway
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2. Lay It On
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3. Pockets
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4. Frigid Air
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5. Angelina
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6. Falling
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7. Pedophile
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8. Perfect Plan
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9. Matter Of Time
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10. Not So Easy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Jennifer Nash is one of a kind. An artist of immense talent and vision, she will cleanse your musical palate. Her ingenious combination of styles and genres, from show tunes to soulful ballads, creates an unforgettable experience. She is an artist with an inspired imagination, and [her album is] for anyone who might appreciate a new musical attack"

- Bernard Baur, Music Connection Magazine


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Tony P.


Jennifer Nash is an amazing musician. Listen to her lyrics for "Pedophile." Such disturbing insight and meaning from one so young as she. Then, in a completely different direction, listen to "Matter of Time"...sexy and sublime! Not only can she write terrific songs, she interprets them with a wonderfully pliant, expressive voice. And if you are lucky enough to catch her performances in person, you find yourself watching a tall, willowy, beautiful creature as well...an extraordinary package. She should be a star!

Tracy Z

great new artist
Actual melodies, poetic lyrics (none of the "I'll love you always and forever" bullsh*t) and true emotion... like one other reviewer said, it takes you to another universe. I gave it only 4 stars cuz I know she has a 5 star record in her future and I'm leaving some room for growth! like Ani DiFranco who really blossomed with the changes she has been making throughout her carreer. Also I love how the songs don't all sound the same, they go from sorta jazzy to rockin' to mellow folky ballad and still have a connected vibe. Isn't it about time for another album, Miss Jennifer????

Rufusfan

unique and beautiful
I got a sampler version of this CD at the Rufus Wainwright show last night- hard to find stuff as good and interesting as Rufus and here it is. The songs I got were Lay It On, Not So Easy and Down On The Highway, and a couple which aren't on this album. The have that musical theater influence that I think Rufus has, the songs are anything but predictable, always surprising me. Jennifer's voice is a little like Stevie Nicks, but more innocent sounding. I was lucky to get a 6 song sampler, but you'll have to buy this album.

Michelle

looking forward a follow up
This is an excellent album, I highly recommend it for its originality and passionate vocal performance, as well as it's eclectic mix of styles. Buy this CD now.

David Francis

Janis Joplin and Caole King merged into one woman who can wail
Jennifer Nash is that rare island of musicality and artistry in an ocean of mediocrity. Her music is inventive and original. Pedophile actually utilizes uncommon harmonies and memorable melodic lines that are uncoventional yet accessible. The lyrics address issues of everyday life others refuse to tackle in breath taking phrases that say what you wish you had said.

Lay It On is a tune that grooves one down to their bones. Down on the Highway is a hair raising pulsating rock anthem. Every song is its own creation-none of this “every song sounds alike” for Ms. Nash. In fact, none of the songs sound alike and I say hurrah! The eclectic nature of her music is stunning and falls somewhere in my mind in the creature that would exist if Janis Joplin and Carol King were cloned and merged into one woman who can wail.

Ms. Nash chooses to honor the primal beast inside her soul in Not So Easy. She does not shrink from allowing the listener to hear her words and her voice rage at betrayal and love lost or to feel the intimacy as she seduces her object of lust.

I strongly recommend that you not only purchase this cd today but that you put it into your cd player and listen to this music from beginning to end in the privacy of your room. You will then have the opportunity to become acquainted with an artist of substance. American music needs Jennifer Nash. In fact, the planet needs Jennifer Nash.

Ricardo

Smartly crafted songs that beg you to come back for more.
I've had this cd for awhile and I never get tired of listening to it. It has such a high repeatability factor that it keeps you coming back for more. These are smartly crafted songs with stellar musicianship at hand. Jennifer's voice has the ability to touch on all of your senses making it a truly satisfying listening experience. This is an artist who's music will truly stand the test of time. The journey has begun so let the music play.

Mr Toby Athena

The Beginning of Something Big: What if Kate Bush were a twentysomething Angelen
Jennifer Nash's voice alone defies categorization: a little Tori, a little Stevie, a little Kate, put in a blender and puree until silkypurrywailygrowllysmooth. But the music it cavorts around is all that and more. A largely acoustic, occasionally baroque instrumentation binds together the eclectic styles of Nash's songs and gives this record an out-of-time quality utterly appropriate to its refusal to bow to the whims and caprices of the ClearChannel soundtrack America withers to in 2004. The arrangements are complex and the mix boldly accentuates the low-mid frequencies of the sonic spectrum, a neglected range in this era of subwoofed hip-hop bass thuds and electroclicks. Best of all, the album has a richness to it, and that rare quality, exclusive to only the most classic of pop, of becoming richer and giving up more of its secrets with each listening. This is not an album you date. This is an album you marry. (And it is most certainly an ALBUM, not just a collection of songs. God bless the child.) How nice to know there are still artists among the rubble of the pop landscape. And the chief sprite's name is Jennifer Nash.

Andi

Not your typical girly rock
I heard "Angelina" on the radio the other day and it reminded me a little of Fleetwood mac in a Stevie Nicks, gyspyish osort of way. This album is beautiful. I have been listening to this in my car for a few weeks now and I can't stop! Jennifer's voice is stunning and her songs are interesting, unpredictable, and very very memorable! Worth the money for sure. Be one of the first to own this CD! Jennifer, come play in Columbus OHIO!

Josh Kamensky

Great ruined-girl space cabaret
Jennifer summons Tori Amos and Kate Bush with these great ruined-girl space-cabaret songs about more than love and heartbreak but clearly crafted with both in mind. I bought it cold on the strength of the LA Weekly article. I haven't been disappointed. Weeks later, the CD is still in heavy rotation.

Dan

unpredictable but crafty and emotional
To listen to this album is to hear the begining of a great musician's career, which will hopefully be long and realized. Parts of the album suffer from sort of a lo-fi thing which is fine, but the type of eclectic and very involved/layered sound she has would definitely benefit from the big record label thing- glossy and still honest, like tori amos or ani difranco. The songs on this album are really interesting and touching, musically they are pretty haunting and create a real old fashioned album feel, where you get a sense of time and place, a unique world you are transported to with the voice and music.
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