Jenne Sluder | Having Gone Far, I Return

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Having Gone Far, I Return

by Jenne Sluder

Jenne Sluder's second release reinforces the emergence of true talent. Her petite frame and sparse instrumentation only accentuate her powerful voice and delivery. This 'living room recording' affords an intimacy and rawness true to her rebellious heart.
Genre: Folk: Acoustic
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1. Ella's Lullabye
3:21 album only
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2. Good Dream
2:42 album only
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3. Laughing Sea
4:13 album only
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4. Woods Instead
2:34 album only
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5. With Flaws
7:20 album only
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"Jenne Sluder is a straight shooter who doesn't waste words or notes in delivering heartfelt songs of life in it's joys and sorrows. Her well-crafted songs, mellow voice and sparse delivery are reminiscent of Mary Chapin-Carpenter. Both artists have a keen sense for matching lyrical content to just the right melody. Their songs set a warm and soothing tone with lyrics that evoke the shared emotional experiences of all humanity. If you're looking for songs and a voice which invite repeated listenings and multiple layers of appreciation, then you will relish her music."
-- Don Talley, The Black Mountain Music Scene

Jenne Sluder delivers a distinct and beautiful vocal quality that often takes her audiences off guard. Her lyrics speak to the human condition, the mystique of the natural world and creative maladaptation to modern civilization. Jenne draws on a background of diverse musical explorations from fronting a punk band to teaching music appreciation in public school; performing sacred songs for ceremonies and organizing junkyard bands at youth camps.

A native of Asheville, North Carolina, Jenne works concurrently as a somatic therapist through yoga and nature-based modalities and holds an MA in Transpersonal Psychology from Naropa University.

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