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Lisa Jaeggi | Oh Lady You Shot Me

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Oh Lady You Shot Me

by Lisa Jaeggi

A fresh blend of pop, folk and acoustic hip hop, with smoky vocals, lyrical wordplay and songs equally poignant and heartfelt. Akin to Jason Mraz, Cat Power, Ray LaMontagne, Citizen Cope and Jack Johnson.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Empirical Science
3:16 album only
2. Menlike Gods
4:31 album only
3. Oh Lady You Shot Me!
3:22 album only
4. The Place
3:12 album only
5. All Over Now
4:47 album only
6. You Can't Spell Believe
4:59 album only
7. Somebody
5:54 album only
8. Likealoadedgun
3:07 album only
9. Heartache
3:54 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Sweet and soulful, edgy and lyrical, Lisa Jaeggi's debut release, "Oh Lady You Shot Me" is an amalgam of folk, hip hop, soul and pop that expresses a raw power transcending the acoustic guitar accompaniment and sparse production of her songs. A native of Maryland and a Brooklyn transplant, Jaeggi weathers the New York singer-songwriter scene, armed with a well-worn voice and themes that range from melancholy narratives to carefully constructed observations about city life. Drawing from influences like Lauryn Hill, Citizen Cope, Sam Cooke and Jason Mraz, the 24-year-old has created an original sound that has piqued the interest of New York music-goers, building a strong, underground following at notorious venues such as The Bitter End, Lit Lounge and Rockwood Music Hall.



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