Jen Lightfoot | Pray for the Girl

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Pray for the Girl

by Jen Lightfoot

Catchy alternative folk-rock and dark acoustic pop with soothing soprano vocals and lots of delicate guitar fingerpicking.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Home
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2. Bartender
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3. New Year's Eve
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4. She
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5. Dancing in Circles
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6. Come Down
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7. Her Song
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8. The Silent Fool
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9. Daddy
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10. Impossible
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Album Notes
On her 3rd full length studio release Jen channels the quirkiness and soft soprano vocal styles of Tori Amos and Joni Mitchell, with operatic undertones similar to Joan Baez, and lyrics and melodies as fierce as Ani DiFranco and as catchy and memorable as Regina Spektor and Dar Williams, ... while still incorporating her own unique sound.

Besides experimenting with the sounds of an electric Fender, an acoustic bass guitar, and a ukulele, the album features drummer Mike Mongiello of the psych-punk trio Apogee. Mike has also performed with legendary post-punk group Bunnydrums and hardcore band Scareho. The album was recorded at Worldeater Records in South Philly by King Gary of the thrash-metal band Bitchslicer.


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Josh Bryant

Jen Lightfoot is a truly great artist, and this album proves it. Her first album is amazing, and each one since has been better and better. Following that pattern, this is by far her best work yet, which is saying alot considering her 'live in concert'. I really like the new songs, but I love the reworkings of the older songs, especially 'She'. Once again Jen Lightfoot has proved her genius. Buy this album, and buy her others while your at it. You won't regret it.