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On the Line

Jenny Lewis CD

On the Line (2019)

Format: CD

Code: 093624901457

  1. Heads Gonna Roll
  2. Wasted Youth
  3. Red Bull & Hennessy
  4. Hollywood Lawn
  5. Do Si Do
  6. Dogwood
  7. Party Clown
  8. Little White Dove
  9. Taffy
  10. On The Line
  11. Rabbit Hole

 

 

 

At long last, the wait is over. The highly anticipated fourth solo album from Jenny Lewis is out today on Warner Bros. Records, available now at your local record store and all digital platforms here.

The 11 all-new original songs were written by Lewis and recorded at Capitol Records’ Studio B, and feature a backing band of legendary talent including Beck, Benmont Tench, Don Was, Jim Keltner and Ringo Starr.

Reviews for On The Line are already ablaze with some of the highest critical praise of Jenny’s illustrious career:

“Her best solo album to date…she’s never recorded anything quite like On The Line. Her fourth solo album and first since 2014’s The Voyager sounds humongous: rafter-raising vocals, pianos that seem to ring out endlessly, and, on ‘Red Bull & Hennessy’ and ‘On The Line,’ an earth-shaking double-drum attack courtesy of session warhorse Jim Keltner and Ringo Starr. On The Line is the crispest-sounding entry in Lewis’ catalog, and the most emotionally complex”—AV CLUB

“Her best album in more than a decade”—WASHINGTON POST

“Her most opulent record to date, swinging from the stately folk of 'Heads Gonna Roll' to the cosmic rock of 'Little White Dove”' and 'Red Bull & Hennessy,' on which she fully channels 1980s Stevie Nicks…yet through her dulcet-voiced vignettes, Lewis carries a reassuring resonance that it’s going to be all right.”

—SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE

“A sure-footed, Americana-tinged set led by a narrator who sounds world-weary and wiser for it.”

—LOS ANGELES MAGAZINE

"Lewis has always been a meticulous, detailed writer...the combination of her circumstances and the ambitious mix of musical styles behind her lyrics here makes her songs more poignant than ever. And she has plenty of first-class help to realize her vision.”—NEWSDAY

"On The Line's sound is the biggest Lewis has ever created, but her unmistakable voice and knack for good storytelling keep it very much her own.”—BUST

"Jenny Lewis is an absolute legend...On The Line is another solid, gorgeously composed pop-rock Americana album from one of the most dependable songwriters in the game...there's not a throwaway on the album...Lewis' voice is a powerhouse...if it takes another five years to create a worthy follow-up then so be it.”—RELIX

Preceding the album’s release, Jenny—backed by her live band featuring Jason Boesel, Jason Crosby, Dylan Dayl, Solomon Dorsey and Emily Elbert—made her triumphant return to Jimmy Kimmel Live! with stunning performances.

 

 

Price: 13,99 €

Jenny Lewis

Jenny Lewis (born January 8, 1976, in Las Vegas, Nevada) is an indie folk singer/songwriter/guitarist, who is best known for being the lead singer and guitarist for the indie rock band Rilo Kiley. She has released three solo albums, 2006’s “Rabbit Fur Coat” (with The Watson Twins), 2008’s “Acid Tongue” and 2014’s “The Voyager”. She is also a former child actress. Music In 1995, she formed the indie rock band Rilo Kiley along with her friends Pierre De Reeder, Blake Sennett and Dave Rock (later replaced by Jason Boesel). Beginning with a country sound, Rilo Kiley gravitated toward a downbeat indie rock sound, and with their 2004 album More Adventurous found widespread success. Critics such as Pitchforkmedia attributed this to the “wise” decision to front Lewis on most of the songs (on earlier albums, Sennett contributed about half the vocals). The song “Portions for Foxes” was a hit, and in 2005 the band was picked up by Warner Bros., putting them on a major label for the first time. They opened for Coldplay ...

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