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Album Review

Jenn Franklin co-wrote the first two songs on this six-track, 26-minute EP with her producer, Peter Overton, who also plays most of the instruments on the disc, and they're the two rockers, which seems to suggest his contribution musically. The leadoff track, "What Took You So Long," is a romantic come-on that Franklin sells with the domineering passion of Ann Wilson. But she becomes more poetic and standoffish, if no less passionate, on the more characteristic piano ballads that take up the last two-thirds of the tracks. "Innocence to Lose" and "Fade" are both songs in which the singer is trying to get rid of a lover instead of attract one, while on "Mercy" and "Cozumel" she is reacting emotionally to her environment. But whatever the focus of her attention, she feels strongly, and she expresses those feelings in a powerful voice over the piano chords. Laura Nyro and Joni Mitchell both come to mind for comparison, but Franklin is more of a rocker than either one. This is a promising short collection that whets the appetite for a full-length statement from the artist.

Customer Reviews

A must have...

This album proves that there are still true artists in the music industry. You can tell that each song comes from personal spaces, from experience that has molded and refined each lyric and note. Jenn Franklin's voice is refined yet carries the raw emotion of the song, delivering vulnerability and strength. The album is edgy, beautiful, poignant, soulful, and richly satisfying, not to mention extremely cool. She surpasses most independent artists you will find these days.

Jenn Franklin

She is awesome and I saw here live.

Great Stuff

I saw her live in San Diego at a small house concert. Her stuff was great but a lot of what she sang wasn't on this cd, hopefully it's one the next one she's putting out. This is well worth the money you'll spend on it.


Genre: Pop

Years Active:

Singer, songwriter, and pianist Jenn Franklin began performing professionally at the age of 12, appearing with bands in rock clubs in Hays, KS. Within six years, she had recorded two EPs. After graduating from Wichita State University and moving to Nashville, she issued another EP, Errors & Admissions, through Animus 7 Music in August 2006....
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Errors & Admissions, Jenn Franklin
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  • $5.94
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: Oct 16, 2007

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