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Better Than Chocolate

by Jamie Anderson

Confused singer-songwriter who doesn’t settle in just one genre - it's folk without depression, country without big hair, jazz without weird chords, and blues without selling her soul.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. January
3:23 $0.99
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2. Public Radio
4:03 $0.99
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3. My Dad Loves to Sing
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4. Her Problem Now
5:11 $0.99
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5. Ghost Song
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This five song EP includes a collection of songs from the jazz-folk ballad “January” to a re-released stripped down version of the bluesy “Her Problem Now.” "Public Radio" is about the place where a middle aged performer can get airplay, whether or not she looks good in tight pants. Learn about her favorite musical inspiration in "My Dad Loves to Sing." "Ghost Song" was written after a stay in a haunted aparment. Musicians include Free Planet Radio (Chris Rosser, River Guerguerian and Eloit Wapodian), on keyboards, percussion and bass; their collective credits include performances with the Paul Winter Consort, Sophie P. Hawkins, and David Wilcox as well as gigs at Carnegie Hall and the Sydney Opera House. Also featured is Kara Barnard on mandolin, Hollis Brown on violin, Kimberly Kornegay on vocals and Lou Newman on bass.

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