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Folk: Folk Pop Pop: with Live-band Production Moods: Featuring Piano
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Clementine Street

by Jannel Rap

Homegrown folk-pop driven with piano, circular guitar hooks and heartfelt vocals. NOT A RAP ARTIST.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Will Never
4:01 $0.99
2. Under Your Breath
2:46 $0.99
3. Remnant
3:23 $0.99
4. Okay, You Win
4:46 $0.99
5. Ever Since I Met You
3:01 $0.99
6. One Sided Love
3:44 $0.99
7. Cup
2:34 $0.99
8. It Doesn't Matter
3:32 $0.99
9. Clementine Street
5:11 $0.99
10. Birds Song
3:28 $0.99
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Album Notes
"Clementine Street," Jannel's first solo project, was recorded mostly live in a large 1930's living room with hard wood floors. The neighbors got a little upset one night when the band continued past 10:00 PM. So they politely quit and started up again the following morning. The whole experience gives "Clementine Street" that homegrown appeal often lacking in the current slick pop pro-tools era.

"Clementine Street" is credited for getting Jannel's name out there to the listening public. 4 of the songs received airplay: "Clementine Street," "Okay You Win," "I Will Never" and the one that made some kind of chart somewhere at least in the royalties dept, "Under Your Breath". Clementine Street remains a performance favorite. Jannel just can't do a show with out it. Additionally, "One Sided Love" is a staple to Jannel's live shows. "Ok, You Win" co-written with Harriet Schock has been recorded by 5 different artists and has received national airplay in the US. Jannel still gets calls that someone has heard, "OK, You Win" when driving across country.

All in all, a good project!

"GINA for MISSING PERSONS," INC is an organization that Jannel created in her missing sister Gina's honor to help find missing children and adults. Regina "Gina" Bos disappeared Oct 17, 2000 from Lincoln, NE. To find out more about GINA for MISSING PERSONS, INC and Jannel go to Jannel.org



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Where has Jannel Been?!
In an age when it is all about age and age and younger age....I wondered why anyone would listen to anyone over 14...,until I heard the lyrics to Jannel's songs. Life and art are about so much more than youth and dance moves. Altho. it is fun being in love for the first time and all that goes with that.....it is so short lived in comparison to everything else that is important. I think we should embrace all of life, not just the 14 and under years! Jannel gives us a big taste of that.


With each CD Jannels style and story telling songs reach beyond
I've been listening to Jannel for a while, her song writing and story style seems to grow more powerful over the years. The songs grow into rich stories with many meanings to the different listeners. Even myself who's usual listening habits are of heavy rock styles can hear the tapestry of words emotions and harmonies that wind around your heart and take you to a different world. A world of family, love, of loss, being struck down but surviving through it all to a better ending. Her latest effort Blue is super, a step beyond her past and into the future.


Clementine Street is a great song in concert, to sing and to listen to.

Launt O'fzacneli

Smooth and easy. Sit back, put your heels up and enjoy!
Wow, I was just doing some research about old folk tunes and came across Clementine Street by Jannel. I have never heard her before, but I am impressed. I've only listened to the tracks on-line but have ordered her CD, and I can't wait until I get it in the mail.