Jenny Whiteley - Jenny Whiteley mp3 album
Album · 2016 · 11 Songs. The Original Jenny Whiteley Jenny Whiteley.
Jenny Whiteley is a Canadian country and folk singer-songwriter. She was a member of the band Heartbreak Hill, and released several solo albums of folk music. She has won two Juno Awards for her music. Whiteley grew up in Toronto. She is the daughter of blues musician Chris Whiteley and his wife Caitlin Hanford. Her brother is Dan Whiteley, who is also a folk musician and singer, and her uncle is folk musician Ken Whiteley.
Canadian chanteuse Jenny Whiteley plays the kind of traditional yet sophisticated country music that predecessors like Emmylou Harris and Loretta Lynn have made their name on, and her roots in roots music run fairly deep in the Great White North. Her dad, Chris Whiteley, is a respected roots music figure in Canada, and Jenny herself started out in Heartbreak Hill, a celebrated traditionalist bluegrass act that took home a Juno (Canadian Grammy equivalent) in 1998
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The Original Jenny Whiteley takes a traditional route in a nod to Jenny’s musical pedigree and her father’s and uncle’s well-known band from the ‘70s, the Original Sloth Band. The recording was made at H. Chris Brown’s Wolfe Island Ontario’s "The Post Office studio with Jenny’s pals and musical comrades Sam Allison and Teillard Frost: aka Sheeshm and Lotus. The three musicians spent some long days together in Brown’s down home recording space and simply played until they got a performance they liked. It was the most natural, organic, live recording I’ve been part of, Whiteley says
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I downloaded the album Jenny Whiteley - The Original on Apple. Music this morning and listened to it 3 times in a row whilst shovelling snow. Her dad, Chris Whiteley, is a respected roots music figure in Canada, and Jenny herself started out in Heartbreak Hill, a celebrated traditionalist bluegrass act that took home a Juno (Canadian Grammy equivalent) in 1998. The slow, beautiful simmer of "Burning of Atlanta," with its lashes of dobro and downtrodden sentiments, kicks off the album, while "Halls of Folsom" dares to confront a songwriting Goliath but lives up to the challenge, evoking the kind of loping drive and limber vocals of Lucinda Williams at her best.
|1||Dance Till Dawn|
|2||Lived It Up|
|6||Train Goin' West|
|7||Someone On My Mind|