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Jenny makes the world feel right.

I have had this album on constant rotation since it was released and figured it was high time I said so. This album is a delicious four course meal without being the sort of unaccessible and over-dense mass one has to chew on through countless listenings to enjoy. This isn't Jenny's first rodeo and it shows. This album is well constructed and her growth as a singer/songwriter is quite apparent. First Person and Last Person make great bookends for the adventures awaiting within. Her soft and spectral voice lays it all on the line with Here Is a Heart and three tracks later she is all layed out as flutes and her fantastic voice carry the listener inside the soul-baring lyrics. It is quite the collection of fantastic tracks and is one of those rare albums I find myself listening to from beginning to end without ever having to skip a track. This is one of my most frequently recommended albums.

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Found this on Switched at Birth tv show. Beautiful. Fitting for the episode and life's thoughts in a close relationship with a loved one. I dedicate it to my grandbabies.


Born: November 22, 1981 in Montclair, NJ

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s

Coming up strong behind R. Stevie Moore as the most talented singer/songwriter to be based in the nondescript bedroom community of Montclair, NJ, Jenny Owen Youngs fuses Liz Phair's perceptive and brashly funny lyrics with the orchestrated folk-pop of Regina Spektor and Erin McKeown, adding just a hint of Nellie McKay's jazzy cabaret leanings and Cat Power's throaty, confessional angst. Born in New Jersey in 1981, Youngs first picked up the guitar at the age of 14 and attended the music program at...
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