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Ann Jangle | Rebel

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by Ann Jangle

'Rebel' was written by Ann Jangle as her first solo song featuring Robert Jeffery (From the band 'Flat Stanley') on cello. Recorded at Rootspring Music, South Africa. Mixed & Mastered by Robin Walsh. This song is brutally honest on an emotional level.
Genre: Folk: Free-folk
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Ann Jangle. Queen of the underground. Her ominous style of dark folk, electric rock, gypsy infused, theatrical, soulful style of writing & performing leaves a long lasting impression. She belts out her voice on stage like she was born there. This South-African born singer/ songwriter/ producer/ composer has performed her way onto a vast variety of stages all across Europe & Southern Africa and shares the stage with many different artists to bring a heartfelt performance that resonates.

“Her sexy, husky voice & dark lyrics casts a spell on you, hypnotizes you and then you find yourself in a alternate world of black magic folk, blues & gypsy jazz carnival like a whirlwind about to blow your brain. Sax , trumpet – eerie folk blues – and sometimes if you are not looking , hard rock riffs that bring you home again. The music tempos fast and slow – highs and lows that sweep you away . I don’t know – she’s a rock and roll Marlene Dietrich – singer- alien child of blues. I don’t have a favorite song. I listen to it like i do to a good vinyl – from start to finish . But I must say, ‘Ann Rangle’ and ‘A Good Day For sarcasm’ passed the goosebump test . Fucking hell . Best album of 2015 so far for me.”
– Wat kyk jy Music Review May 2015



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