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Lady Jane Grey

by Lady Jane Grey

A unique blend of acoustic/pop styles with a cello as one of the main instruments. Heavy emphasis on lyrical content.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Outlands
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2. Peace
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3. Fire
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4. Better Days Ahead
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5. Never Should Have Trusted You
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6. Twilight
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7. Trail of Tears
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8. Everwater
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9. Innocence
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10. Captured
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Lady Jane Grey's debut album captures the listener's attention from the first notes.

The songs are passionate and heartfelt while remaining mainstream and accessible to the masses.

The writing credits are shared between its two members, Sarah Hoover and David Martin, who come from very different musical backgrounds: Sarah grew up on folk/pop and David was raised on rock/metal.

Because of the duo's diverse musical backgrounds, each song is a little different in style and color, keeping the CD interesting and unique throughout.

Highlights include 'Twilight,' a melodic tribute to Sarah's father, and 'Everwater,' a back porch sounding song featuring a bluesy dobro.


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Connie Harrison

Very unique and refreshing and quite soothing
The combination of voices, harmony and instruments is unlike mainstream music today and is a welcome change. This is music you can listen to over and over and over again. It speaks to all the senses and inspires your own creativity. I am looking forward to the next album and many more, I hope, in the future. Thank you for sharing your gift with the world.

Carol Davis

absolutely fabulous...best CD that I have heard in years! Buy it!!
I appreciate the hauntingly beautiful lyrics and style. The cello and acoustic guitar is masterfully performed. The Lady Jane Grey CD is very original; and beautiful. Sarah Hoover's voice has a unique quality,unlike the mainstream sound. David Martin's harmononies are a perfect match with her lovely voice. I know this duo will be a great success! This CD is the best music I have heard in years!

Lexi

Tremendous musicians with magnificent lyrics
Sarah's voice is extraordinary and it soars with the profound lyrics that lace an intricate web around their listeners from the very beginning of this CD. David's voice adds the perfect harmonies needed to make this CD overall completely amazing. David's guitar playing is superior to anything I've heard before and I have a new found love for the cello. It is definetly a worthwile investment for any music fan.

Lauren Sparkman

Lady Jane Grey's music is simply beautiful. It's soothing to the ears.
I love Lady Jane Grey's music! It is soothing, rythmic, and the words are sheer poetry. I have enjoyed their cd immensely and can't wait for the next one!

Www.communiquejournal.org

One of the best indy debuts of the past 12 months
Our journal's arts editor has Lady Jane Grey's self-titled debut in his changer all the time, alongside Innocence Mission and Over The Rhine... Gems include _Never Should Have Trusted You_ and _Fire_. The cello is great, and the overall creativity shines through despite a slightly compromised mastering on the final CD (hopefully a major label will come along and remaster!). Our only wish was for better vocal clarity and volume on the disc -- a problem that notedly does not show up on the prolific LJG MP3s that seem to be everywhere these days. Luxurious vocals in the tradition of Karin Berquist and Hoover's mentor, Mary Black. Pick it up today.

Jay Tope, K-t-s-a Radio

Lyrical Melodies Are Back!
What a pleasant surprise is is to hear artists who know how important lyrical content, melody and chord changes are to a song. Lady Jane Grey does a great job with all three, especially on "Twilight", the track that you'll catch yourself playing over and over just to make sure it wasn't all a sweet dream. The songwriting reminds you of Paula Cole, only with better melodic lines and more innovative stylings. Oh, and Paula only wishes she had the vocal qualities of Sarah Hoover.