Feder, Janet: Thisclose

Feder, Janet SKU: 29072019
Janet Feder: Thisclose

Feder, Janet: Thisclose

Feder, Janet SKU: 29072019

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Thisclose
Artist: Feder, Janet
Label: Janet Feder
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 803635101117
Genre: Rock

A genius guitar player with a lyrical heart, an instrumentalist with a compelling voice and a truly original offering, Janet Feder makes the seemingly disparate naturally coexist as she journeys ever more deeply into an aesthetic ideal all her own. Along with a number of close friends, all unique placeholders and pillars of The Denver Sound, Janet expands her musical lexicon while defining an otherwise elusive paradigm. This language is derived from the achievements of folk, jazz, pop, minimalism, classical, and the avant garde - and is simultaneously unmoored from the trappings of any of them. She cut her baby teeth on folk and rock guitar then polished them with a passion for classical playing. In the early 1990's Janet broke bad and began preparing her instruments; it's on the baritone guitar where she most clearly recognized the sound of her own voice. After four critically acclaimed albums she now arrives fully and exquisitely realized in her most seminal work to date: T H I S C L O S E.

1.1 Crows
1.2 Ticking Time Bomb
1.3 Happy Everyday, Me
1.4 No Apology
1.5 Happy Everyday, You
1.6 You As a Part of a Whole
1.7 Angles ; Exits
1.8 She Sleeps with the Sky
1.9 T H I S C L O S E
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