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Editors’ Notes

After a prolific first decade as a recording artist—between the band Rilo Kiley, her solo efforts, and side collaborations, she released eight full-length albums—Jenny Lewis took her time working on The Voyager, her third solo album. The six years that followed her sophomore release (2008's Acid Tongue) let Lewis refine and polish these 10 buoyant tracks. Working with two producers who are worthy of her wickedly intelligent songwriting—Ryan Adams and Beck—she devised her most mature and confident album to date. Lewis has rarely sounded in greater command of her versatile vocal gifts, from the sharp, vaulting chorus of the beat-driven opener, “Head Underwater”—which chronicles her emergence from a dark period (“I put my head underwater, baby/I held my breath until it passed”)—to the classic soul melody of “She’s Not Me” and the pleading western noir “You Can’t Outrun ‘Em.” The effervescent, summery production contrasts thoughtfully with Lewis’ piercing lyrics, which find her surveying life with restlessness and resignation in equal measure.

Customer Reviews

Well it's confirmed...

Warner Bros ruined Jenny Lewis & grit fades when you get older. Too polished. Such a shame.

Huge fan…bad record

Jenny Lewis' last two albums are amazing, powerful and musically cohesive masterpieces. It saddens me to write a negative review of an album by an artist that I truly revere as one of the best. This album is full of bad lyrics and too much production, reminiscent of Liz Phair. I only hope that she does not fall into the same big label mess that Phair did when she signed with Capitol. Here is hoping that Lewis' next album will be much, much stronger in musicality and content.

so dissapointing

the first single didnt sound like the usual jenny lewis but i was into it bc every artist evolves. Then they released shes not me and the voyager ( easily the only good songs on the album) the rest of this album is trash and horrible. Its really sad considering I have waited 5 years for another solo album by Jenny Lewis and Ryan Adams and Beck produced it. I had such high hopes and it had such promise but a huge letdown . I dont recommend buying this except for the singles


Born: January 8, 1977 in Las Vegas, NV

Genre: Alternative

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

Born in Las Vegas in 1977, Jenny Lewis is a popular indie rock singer/songwriter known for her work as the primary vocalist of Rilo Kiley as well as her solo albums, guest appearances, and duo with boyfriend Johnathan Rice. A former child actress, she helped launch Rilo Kiley in 1998 with fellow musicians Blake Sennett, Pierre de Reeder, and Dave Rock (who was later replaced by Jason Boesel in 2001). Lewis steadily developed her own vocal style, drawing from the sly country twang of Loretta Lynn,...
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