Jasmine Jamillah | When Heaven Falls

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When Heaven Falls

by Jasmine Jamillah

Edgy soul in a 25-year old package
Genre: Urban/R&B: Soul
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1. The Whole Thing
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2. Foggy Day
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3. Better
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4. The Beach
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5. The Happiest Days
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6. When The Plants Grow
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7. Try
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8. Apples Falling
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9. My Actions Betray
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10. Estimates
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11. This Man
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12. When Heaven Falls
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The third album from Jasmine Jamillah, When Heaven Falls expands on the edgy soul/folk/funk sound that have made the 25 year-old songstress and her band the group to listen to in New York’s music scene. The twelve songs on the album were recorded during one weekend in June 2007 and were written by Jasmine Jamillah over the past two years.

The songs on When Heaven Falls evoke the soul of Nina Simone, the sass of James Brown and the wit of Regina Spektor.

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Lovelyn Bettison

A quirky likability
When Heaven Falls is a CD full of original songs written by Jasmine Jamillah. Her voice is soulful and breathy. Most of the songs are about heartache and love lost. Though these are common topics for songs, this album has a quirky likability that makes it stand out.

My favorite song on the album is The Happiest Days. Yes, it’s another song about a break-up but it’s a particularly moving one.
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Otis

Worth a listen
Pulls your heart strings, but not too tight. Pleasantly poppy without making you cringe. Definitely worth a listen.
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dCo

Lust, heartbreak, hope. Mostly lust.
Grab this. Miss Jamillah's luscious voice will touch you in a special way and never call you again.
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