Jenn London | Brutal Evolution

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Brutal Evolution

by Jenn London

Vocally driven acoustic rock- Nirvana grunge meets Liz Phair with John Lennon-like lyrics.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Intro
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2. All You Need
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3. It's All Okay
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4. My Way
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5. Beautiful Sorrow
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6. Brutal Evolution
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7. Lost & Free
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8. That Kiss
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9. Missing You
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10. More Than You Lack
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Starting out temping at labels, Jenn London quickly learned all aspects of the music business. In 2001 the J. London Imports label emerged to self-release her well-received debut album “Crazy Thoughts”. She committed herself to an ultimately successful promotional campaign with Billboard Magazine recognizing her efforts stating “J London Imports is a one-women operation”.
Continuing with independence and an entrepreneurial spirit she gigs regularly in the Northeast and has toured solo throughout the US playing at various music conferences and colleges. She has also performed overseas in the Middle East for an Armed Forces Entertainment Military Tour.
Currently Jenn is recording & self-producing her latest project which is due out Spring of 2006. It’s a vocally driven, acoustic rock album titled “Brutal Evolution”.
Additional undertakings involve college and high school bookings (focusing on March to celebrate Women’s History Month), promotion of the new album and securing distribution.

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Bradley Fenton

A solid second set!
Jenn Londons second CD provides clear evidence of her continued growth as a songwriter and recording artist. This is a solid collection of engaging lyrics and melodies, and her vocals are more confident and expressive as well.
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