Jane Siberry | With What Shall I Keep Warm?

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With What Shall I Keep Warm?

by Jane Siberry

Part 2 of the 'THREE QUEENS' trilogy. Songs about integrity, family, bodies, teenagers. Piano based with textures and classical instruments.
Genre: Pop: Dream Pop
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1. Eden (Can't Get This Body Thing Right) Jane siberry
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2. Hide Not Your Light Jane siberry
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3. This Is Not the Way Jane siberry
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4. Phoenix (for teenagers) Jane siberry
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5. In My Dreams Jane siberry
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6. Further In the Garden (interlude) Jane siberry
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7. Take Me To My Tent Jane siberry
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8. Tiny Lies Are Killing Me Jane siberry
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9. Then We Heard A Shout Jane siberry
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10. Mama Hereby Jane siberry
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11. Walk On Water Jane siberry
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Part 2 of the 'THREE QUEENS' trilogy. (Part 1 is 'DRAGON DREAMS' which was released November 2008 under the name 'Issa'.) Musicans include marlon saunders, catherine russell, leslie alexander, 'betty' (amy, elizabeth and alyson), maggie moore, john macarthur ellis, pauline kim, christine kim, james roe, ilttle people: jacob switzer, paige escoffery-stewart, ruby salvatore palmer).

NOTE: upon request at info@sheeba.ca we can provide 1/ aiff (studio quality) files and 2/ Full CD booklet pdfs (with lyrics and credits).


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Southofcanada

LOVE
Jane...Issa...Jane...anything. Loved it, loved it!! I particularly like the constant freshness of Jane. No matter where she is in spirit or physically on the planet, she actually THINKS about music, is concerned about it's life, it's purpose and it's followers. Very much recommend this album to everyone....

Paul Turner

finally
Fourteen years after leaving a major label where she made some of the best music I've heard, Jane has finally released an album that can hold its head high alongside of those albums which ended with the incomparable "Maria" in 1995. Her Sheeba label formed in 1996 was something of a mess for years, and the Sheeba catalog until this album reflected that mess. Do not hesitate to make this purchase.

Steven

Album of the year!
Forget the Grammys, THIS is the album of the year!!

jonb

we can hear you now
This is a wonderful collection of music. Most closely related to 'When I was a Boy' but with its own distinctive light. 'Hide not Your Light', 'Phoenix',& 'Walk on Water' are personal favourites amongst so many fine moments.

jeffer

I am stunned
Jane Siberry (I don't see any reason to call her Issa anymore, since even she admits that it was kind of a passing phase for her) had been one of my all-time favorite artists during the 80s. I had sort of lost track of what she was doing after the Maria album and thought she had basically dropped out of music altogether, like Kate Bush after The Red Shoes. But here I decide to browse a bit at CD Baby, and what is the first thing I see but a brand-new item by Jane. (So out of touch was I that I had no knowledge of her new incarnation as Issa.) So I decide to download it just for the heck of it. Best decision I have made all year. This is a stunning piece of work, and a late but solid entry into my favorite-of-the-year list. It contains all the things that made me so fond of Jane in the 80s (I saw one of her shows in a small venue in Dallas about 1986; this album has the same kind of intimacy), with a few new wrinkles that helped renew my interest. And at least twice it made me cry; not an easy thing even for someone of Jane's talent to do. She is a middle-aged woman, now, only a few years younger than me, but she sounds EXACTLY the same as I remember. Re-discovery, it seems, is good for the soul.

AndrewGMooney

the plot thickens.......
After the euphoric dayglo optimism of 'Dragon Dreams', Part 2 of this trilogy adds layered complexity to the partly completed jigsaw puzzle.

These songs are startlingly dysphoric commentaries on: War, orthorexia, dysfunctional societal ageism against teens (Teenism?); and the labyrinthine sorrows of current and remembered romantic and familial relationships.

The effect is cathartic and replenishing, providing the nourishment that Zazantkakis spoke of: 'The real meaning of enlightenment is to gaze with undimmed eyes on all darkness.'

If this sounds grim 'heavy going' - it isn't. After taking us to the top of the roller coaster with the Shrek colours of Dragon Dreams, the 'downward spiral' of this collection is the next stage on this thrilling ride. All the best fairy tales are scary.

There's a reason why Jane Siberry is regarded as an artistic genius by many. The closing 2 tracks, 'Mama Hereby' and 'Walk On Water' provide more evidence: An oceanic, blissful resolution to the crisis in previous tracks, with vocals that heal the most troubled of limbic mid-brains. As impossible as it sounds, Kate Bush has a serious rival!

I'm listening to Jane whilst swirling amidst the ravages of swine flu. It's comforting. Chicken soup for the ears! LOL! Gift this to everyone you know who's in distress. Which, let's face it, it just about everyone.

mycatlovesjustyou

Freedom
Even if a bird’s bound by the wings, song itself can overturn and burn a hole through the stubbornest cages, opening the road to “dawn”.

dellamarie

With What Shall I Keep Warm?
PERFECTION!!! SIBERRY AT HER FINEST!!! Jane Siberry proves once again that she is one of contemporary music's most original creative voices. innovative, edgy, relevant ... this music is lyrical, poetic, intriguing, haunting ... it pulses with pure, bold, tender beauty and truth! With What Shall I Keep Warm is a soul drenched soaring palette that is magical, inspirational, captivating and intriguing. These songs will dance on the palm of your spirit and make your heart sing. Jane Siberry invites us to live the hope of the future today! BUY IT !!!

Nai

With what shall I keep warm?
Walk on Water - is a complete triumph. I don't know of anyone else who is putting material like this into words and music . Jane expresses the murmurs of soul - the leaps of joy - the groanings of spirit. Turn up the volume and find yourself inwardly smiling and deeply connected - for your body and soul has found a voice...

Stevik in Philly

Incredible!
"Then We Heard a Shout" and "Walk on Water" are two of the most moving songs I've ever heard. What a mix of undefinable genres are on this album. Issa/Jane Siberry is incredibly creative and largely unrecognized in the music industry. That's probably a blessing, no?!
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