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Album Review

With the release of Novice in 1988, Jeanne showed a piano clarity that made her a favorite for certain afternoon moods and places that asked for a simplicity of expression. As a result, her second effort, Conscience, was expected to do the same. However, from the understated tabla track to her vocalese/tape loop "transmissions," this is quite a departure. And there were three more vocals throughout the remainder of the album, from a lounge sound to more contemporary phrasings. Where there weren't vocals, synthesizer parts played off the piano and all kinds of backup, from congas to fretless bass, guitar, English horn, and even sax on one cut. The 16-minute epic journey of "Finger Painting" nearly made up for all the rest. ~ Backroads Music/Heartbeats, Rovi

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Jeanne Newhall is a well-respected composer and sophisticated vocalist and her vast musical roots have impacted jazz and new age since the early '90s. But before her successful recording career, Newhall's musical dreams were firmly shaped during her early childhood when she began tickling the ivories at age six. The early teenage years of mastering the piano while growing up on a farm in her native Phoenix led Newhall to learn six Mozart concertos by age 15. Opportunities to attend some of the nation's...
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