Jill Stevenson | 1308 Ditmas

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1308 Ditmas

by Jill Stevenson

From infectious hit songs, to poetic ballads. This sophmore effort is full of soul, ambition and momentum.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Let Me Know
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2. Show You
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3. Roll Again
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4. This Time Around
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5. Believe
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6. I'll Be Good
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7. Times Like These
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8. Ghosts
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9. Six Weeks
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10. Gold
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11. Whatever It Is
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Album Notes
A sophmore release of a blossoming songwritier.
From infectious hit songs, to poetic ballads. This album effort is full of soul, ambition and momentum.


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New Favorite CD
I heard Jill on myspace, got sucked in with the four songs there, had to buy the CD; I was very happy to find that the rest of the CD is just as strong. No filler or fluff on this CD, every song is amazing. I am doing my best to wear this CD out, it goes with me everywhere.


A Very Fine Album by a gifted artist just beginning!
I had been playing Hello Saferide constantly for over a week before 1308 Ditmas arrived in the Mail. Again thankyou CDBaby ( And yes, we still have kangaroo's delivering the post in some parts of Australia ), and what happened next was .....
My first female/singer/writer experience was a '70 or '71 film clip of Joni Mitchell performing the song Woodstock. Then '90s artists like Julianna Hatfield, Kristin Hersh, to the present Hello Saferide, are my main music (Indie: Rock/Folk/Pop) genre since my dawn of time.
Because CDBaby has one of the laziest search engines I have thankfully come across ( the Jill Sobule result was 180 > ) , and after going through the result I am now addicted to smoking my own socks. I ended up with a short list, with Jill Stevenson at the top of this list, and the next day I went to her website and downloaded the Mp3's and a video. That was over a week ago. In the here and now and spending 4 days at the top of my playing list, the album has grown on me more and more on each listening, to the point of pondering the idea of trying to writing a review.
Jill's vocals are very similar in quality and range to Neneh Cherry's Man Album (1998), who to me is one of the finest vocalist on the planet. 1308 Ditmas musically and lyrically comes togather so naturally and emotionally honest, that each find their own state of grace in each of the 11 songs.
I would like to see this Album released in Australia: Its really is that good and I beleive that are great number of people would love 1308 Ditmas even more than I do. A Very Fine Album by a naturally gifted artist just beginning!
The photo of Jill on the disc itself reflects the album as a whole better, and could better than the present cover.


love this one too-if you get the chance to see jill live do it!

Laura Taylor

The second I unwrapped the CD it has been on in my car and constantly playing on my IPOD. The songs suck you in and connect with any part of your life. Jill has definitely grown since her first CD and seems like its only going to get better from here.

joe del priore

Stevensen's second cd reflects growth lyrically while maintaining her passionate vocals. Sound quality excellent. voice flexible, enhancing melody, not histrionic, no over singing, knows how to modulate, when to shout or growl, when to break off or extend a note. Guitar and piano work strong, more moodiness on latter. Subjects mostly relationship focused, but soulful renditions lift it above mundane. "Gold" worth price of cd alone. Vulnerability amidst powerful vocals. She is assured and polished without sacrificing authenticity and feeling.