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Album Review

This western Canadian singer/songwriter is brutally introspective, yet outgoing. After all, she's hosted the Juno Awards (Canada's version of the Grammys). She writes and sings beguilingly on this strong debut about temptation, salvation, jealousy, and loneliness. Former John Mellencamp drummer Kenny Aronoff helps to ground the album's seamless sound, and Jackson Browne drops in for "Unloved."

Customer Reviews

Awesome Artist from Canada

Fantastic Album from one of Canada's best female singer/songwriters. Although not very well know in Australia, Jann has had several successful albums and toured with Michael Bubble in 2005. My favourite album is Blood Red Cherry. On Living Under June only Insensitive made the charts in Oz, although Could I be Your Girl, I Would Die for You and Good Mother are all fantastic songs. Very deep and meaningful. I hope I Tunes adds more of Jann's albums especially her Greatest Hits album "Greatest Hurts". If you love strong vocals with deep lyrics do yourself a favour and buy this album.


Not going to write a review, she's brilliant and everything she does is GOLD. But I will say iTunes Australia, we want the entire Jann Arden catalogue on here, one album will NOT suffice!



Born: 27 March 1962 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Canadian singer/songwriter Jann Arden was born Jann Arden Richards in Calgary, Alberta in 1962. Two of her biggest musical influences during her childhood were John Denver and Karen Carpenter. Arden didn't have abundant dreams of stardom back then, but she did love music and began writing her own songs when she was only 13. At 17 she recorded a debut single, "Never Love a Sailor," released in 1980 under the name Jann Richards. After the single, she spent years performing at numerous clubs and festivals....
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