Jenny Lewis (W/ the Watson Twins) - Rabbit Fur Coat (Anvance) [2006]

Artist.......: Jenny Lewis With The Watson Twins
Album........: Rabbit Furcoat
Genre........: Country
Language.....: English
Label........: Rough Trade
Catnr........: RTADCP291

01. Run Devil Run 01:09
02. Big Guns 02:35
03. Rise Up with Fists 03:39
04. Happy 04:17
05. The Charging Sky 02:59
06. Melt Your Heart 02:52
07. You Are What You Love 02:54
08. Rabbit Furcoat 04:35
09. Handle with Care 02:59
10. Born Secular 05:10
11. It Wasn't Me 04:13
12. Happy (Reprise) 00:48

          [ A B O U T . T H i S . R E L E A S E ]         

      Jenny Lewis is a singer and a songwriter from Los     
      Angeles, California. She’s got hair the color of a       
      Pacific sunset, a voice as sweet as an ice cream         
      cone, and a wit sharper than a razorblade. Most         
    days (and nights) you can find Jenny Lewis singing       
    and playing with Rilo Kiley, a glorious quartet       
      whose third album, 2004’s More Adventurous, has         
      charmed and delighted fans and peers worldwide.         
    2005 alone saw Rilo Kiley garner accolades from         
    heroes (Elvis Costello), magazine covers by the         
        fistful, and a spot opening for Coldplay on their     
        recent sold-out arena tour. But in the tiny moments     
      between the stage and the studio, after the photo       
    shoots but before the bars, Jenny spends time by         
        herself, daydreaming and strumming on her acoustic       
    guitar. And the sound of that time alone is Rabbit       
      Fur Coat, Jenny’s first solo album and one of the       
      most bewitching and intoxicating discs of music       
    you’ve heard in years.                                 
      Modeled after the great “white soul” classics of       
          the past – particularly Laura Nyro and Labelle’s         
      seminal Gonna Take a Miracle – Rabbit Fur Coat           
      finds Jenny reaching out to her farflung assortment     
        of wildly talented friends (including co-producer       
      M.Ward, Death Cab for Cutie’s Ben Gibbard, Maroon       
  5’s James Valentine and Mickey Madden, and label         
          boss Oberst) while simultaneously coming into her       
        own as an individual performer and storyteller.         
        “That album was always in the back of my mind: if I     
      could just make something that captured the feeling     
      of that record.” Enter the Watson Twins, a set of       
      Kentucky-born sisters with an other-wordly gift to     
      harmonize. “I met the girls through Blake in L.A.,”     
      she explains. “I’m just so impressed with their         
    instincts as singers and their relationship to my       
      songs. They were very serious about them.”             
      Throughout the record wild and woolly characters       
    come and go – lovers, fighters, mothers, fathers,     
      and assorted chancers and charlatans – but all are     
      grounded in Jenny’s inimitable worldview, one where     
      the fantastic is possible but reality is sometimes     
        far too real. Whether the subject is drinking beer       
      with friends or unknowable sadness, all of the           
        tracks on Rabbit Fur Coat are at once relatable and   
        familiar; Jenny’s honeyed voice like that of an old     

    The centerpiece of the album – the haunting,           
      rags-to-riches-to-rags again fable “Rabbit Fur         
      Coat” – was also the first song written and it         
      holds a special place in its author’s heart. “It       
means something that it was the first song,” Jenny
      says. “The metaphor of the coat is the through-line     
    of the record.”                                     

    While “Rabbit Fur Coat” may steal the album’s         
        emotional thunder, its rollicking spirit surely       
    lives in the why-didn’t-anyone-think-of-this-first       
      cover of the Traveling Wilburys’ classic “Handle       
      With Care,” which recasts the folky, fogey chestnut   
    as a showcase for the indie rock superstars of           
  today. With Jenny taking lead vocals, Ben Gibbard     
  contributes a chiming 12-string guitar and tackles       
    the Roy Orbison bits, while M.Ward does Jeff Lynne,     
    and Oberst – naturally – croaks his way through the     
      Dylan lines.                                             

      And that, dear listeners, is how you should             
      approach this album as well. Trust your feelings       
      and trust the songs. Rabbit Fur Coat is a rare           
      album in today’s marketplace: a singular collection     
    highlighting a singular voice, and an album equally     
    suited to the darkest parts of midnight and the         
    bright light of day. You’ve got the disc – and lest     
    you still feel too far away from it all, Jenny is       
      planning a spring headlining tour so you’ll be able     
    to parse her magical mojo for yourself. All that’s       
      missing from this package is the hiss and crackle     
  of vinyl, a shoulder to cry or lean on, and a tall       
    mug of something strong to sip slowly. In a new         
    year, with the trees bare and the snow piling up,     
  Jenny Lewis’s magnificent solo debut is the only         
    winter Coat you need. Wrap yourself up in it.         
Jenny Lewis With The Watson Twins - Rabbit Fur Coat (2006)

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Jenny Lewis With The Watson Twins - Rabbit Fur Coat [2006]


Это сообщение отредактировал brass.inf - 08.01.08 в 3:53
anybody snag the new one yet?
Jenny Lewis - Acid Tongue (2008)

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Artist: Jenny Lewis
Title: Acid Tongue
Country: USA
Release Date: 2008.09.23
Genre: Indie / Folk
LABEL: Warner Bros.
QUALiTY: 192 kbps / 44,1kHz / joint-stereo

1. Black Sand
2. Pretty Bird
3. Next Messiah
4. Bad Man's World
5. Acid Tongue
6. See Fernando
7. Godspeed
8. Carpetbaggers (with Elvis Costello)
9. Trying My Best to Love You
10. Jack Killed Mom
11. Sing a Song for Them

Acid Tongue is the second studio album by Jenny Lewis of Rilo Kiley. It will be released on September 23, 2008 via Warner Bros. Records

The album was recorded in just three weeks at Sound City Studios in Van Nuys, California.  Entertainment Weekly announced that Lewis had been working on the album in February 2008. A source told the magazine, "It all sounds super natural, nice, and simple. Like it doesn't belong in any decade. It's just timeless."

The album features a duet with Elvis Costello, "Carpetbaggers". There are a number of other collaborations on Acid Tongue; fellow Rilo Kiley member Jason Boesel, Zooey Deschanel of She & Him, Davey Faragher of Costello's band The Imposters, Rilo Kiley producer Jason Lader, Ana and Paz Lenchantin, Lewis' boyfriend Johnathan Rice, Chris Robinson of The Black Crowes, and Farmer Dave Scher all make contributions.  M. Ward added guitars, also calling Acid Tongue "the greatest record Jenny has ever made." Leslie Lewis, the sister of Jenny, provides backing vocals on two tracks,  while her father Eddie Gorgan plays the bass harp and harmonica



Это сообщение отредактировал joi6760 - 10.09.08 в 8:39

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ARTiST: Jenny Lewis
TiTLE: Acid Tongue
LABEL: Roughtrade
GENRE: Folk-Rock
TiME: 47:21 min
SiZE: 59,5 MB
RiP DATE: Sep-22-2008
RELEASE DATE: Sep-22-2008

Track List:

01. Black Sand 02:54
02. Pretty Bird 03:47
03. The Next Messiah 08:45
04. Bad Man's World 03:41
05. Acid Tongue 03:50
06. See Fernando 03:34
07. Godspeed 04:33
08. Carpetbaggers 03:34
09. Trying My Best To Love You 03:07
10. Jack Killed Mom 05:27
11. Sing A Song For Them 04:09

Release Notes:

'Acid Tongue' is the second album from Rilo Kiley
frontwoman Jenny Lewis. Produced by Jonathan Rice,
Dave Scher and Jason Lader, the album was recorded
in just three weeks, giving an overall live feel to
this release. Musically, Lewis sticks to the country
feel of her debut, while pushing her sound in a
rocker direction. Guest players and vocalists
include Elvis Costello, actress Zooey Deschanel, M.
Ward, and The Black Crowes' Chris Robinson.



Jenny Lewis - Godspeed (Promo CDS) [2008]-DV8

Artist: Jenny Lewis
Title: Godspeed
Label: Rough Trade
Genre: Folk/Rock
Bitrate: 175kbit av.
Time: 00:04:01
Size: 5.28 mb
Rip Date: 2008-11-25
Str Date: 2008-12-01

1. Godspeed (Radio Edit) 4:01


Release Notes:
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Jenny Lewis-Carpetbaggers-EP-2009-B2R
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Rip Date: 2009-04-20
Artist: Jenny Lewis
Album: Carpetbaggers
Label: Warner Brothers Records
Genre: Rock
Source: Vinyl (7")
Encoder: LAME 3.97 -V2 --vbr-new
Quality: 196kbps / Joint Stereo
Tracks: 2
Size: 11.92 Mb
1 Carpetbaggers 3:23
2 Go Away 4:43
min total > 08:06

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