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Most recent release, Lo-Fi Lusty Love Songs (2014)
Sorta like Jane Siberry crossed with Lisa Germano, with occasional hints of all kinds of other people (most noticably Kate Bush and Tori Amos). (neal)
Recommended first album:
See website for availability
Jennifer Terran—piano, voice, harp, percussion, flute
Brendan Statom—bass, violin
We listened to the album and both really enjoy it. I was quite taken with it—the weird in-between song bits are kind of strange but interesting—I don't know how well they'll hold up to repeated listenings—but the songs are very cool. She also seems to be a pretty fiercely independent musician. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Write: PO Box 81308, Santa Barbara, CA 93190
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