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by Jerree Small

"Lush, brawny acoustic tunes...evoking Patty Griffin, Louise Taylor and Kathleen Edwards." Heard live on "A Prairie Home Companion" with Garrison Keillor.
Genre: Folk: like Joni
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  Song Share Time Download
1. '57 Chevy
3:40 $0.99
2. Mile and Mile
2:25 $0.99
3. Minnesota
4:14 $0.99
4. Alibi
4:49 $0.99
5. Figaro
3:11 $0.99
6. Tainted Consolation
6:41 $0.99
7. A Wonderful Life
5:25 $0.99
8. 60 Words for Water
4:22 $0.99
9. Dangerous Devotion
4:40 $0.99
10. Not Possible
3:32 $0.99
11. Mobius
2:42 $0.99
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Album Notes
Mobius features the songs "Figaro," "57 Chevy," and "Minnesota," heard live on "A Prairie Home Companion" with Garrison Keillor.

Jerree Small was recently featured as a top pick on performing a cover of "You Spin Me Round" with Scott Lunt.

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Everybody's got a broken heart somewhere
Everybody wears a few chips on their shoulders
We're all trying to make things mend
So maybe someday we can have a happy ending
Like Figaro...

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"Mobius, Small's latest album, eleven tracks of unswerving grace, a record to hear often...Her vocals splinter and kick just as they soothe..." --Brandon Hoffmann, Minnesota's Ripsaw Magazine

All originial songs. Acoustic guitar and vocals accompanied by light baritone guitar, percussion, bass, hammond organ and splashes of mandolin and accordion.

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Jerry J

A thoughtful musical compilation with some darkness not just along the edges, but throughout. I could not escape the Minnesota-Bob Dylan connection both in artistic tone and voice. The best of the songs left me wanting more -- the story untold, or too short, or missing the special verse that would make this artist great.


Awesome! Would definately recommend!
Heard songs from this cd on Prairie Home Companion. Awesome!!! Plus purchasing from CD Baby was an overall great experience!!!


Two out of Two ain't bad
Another gem from Jerree. This time with a more accoustic band sound. However anyone who thinks that this is not as good as her first should get their ears cleaned. Moving vignettes of life and wonderful characters. Particularly good production which alllows the songs and her voice to come to the fore. Notice that it was recorded at Signature Sounds studios, does this mean she will get signed by their label, if not why not? Cannot recommend highly enough.

Paul Lundgren, The Northland Reader

If Gillian Welch and Joni Mitchell are planning to meet the ghost of Patsy Cline for coffee, they'd be wise to plan it around a Jerree Small performance.

Heather Scott

a great find! thank you garrison keillor!
I heard Jerree Small on Prairie Home Companion and immediately went to my computer to order this CD. It's fantastic! I never buy CDs, either, but this one is worth it! '57 Chevy is my new favorite song...=)

Steve McMinn, Stockbridge, GA

Spare words, spare accompaniment, very good acoustic music
First heard Ms. Small on Prairie Home Companion, loved
Minnesota then bought Mobius. I love Small's idiosyncratic enunciation, simple melodies, simple yet complex lyrics, and spare but effective acoustic accompaniment. I'm a new fan! Less IS more. Acoustic guitar rules!

Nick Lutwyche

Goose-bumps raising lyrics and a delivery to match which reminds me of a female Bob Dylan (That is a complement, as far as I am concerned). Not just another acoustic lyricist but a definitely individual and valuable voice, well emphasised but not diminished by the backing musicians around her.

Patrick Klink

Impossibly poignant little portraits and still-lifes; damn near perfect.
This is the one you've all been waiting for. Jerree draws equally from heart and brain in crafting these almost impossibly poignant little portraits and still-lifes. The production is top notch, the songs are as if gathered from some divine well, and Ms. Small's voice is absolute heaven in its sincerity. A likely contender for the best album of 2004 for anyone who tries it out, in this guy's humble opinion, Mobius is damn near perfect.

Kristen M.

I heard Jerree Small play Figaro on A Prarie Home Companion and thought I'd give the whole cd a try - I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys folk music and great lyrics. I've had this disc in my car cd player for two weeks now and haven't tired of it yet. In fact it is one of those great cd's that grow on you even more over time. :-)


I really enjoy her style and lyrics. It could you a little more diversity in tempo.
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