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CD REVIEW: Jennifer Haase - Listening Chair
By Ben Ohmart - 05/21/2007 - 10:34 AM EDT

Artist: Jennifer Haase
Genre: Adult Contemporary
CD Review:
I like the cd booklet; like looking through someone's photograph album of the small town where she grew up. Jennifer's voice reminds a person of Jewel; if Jewel could sing just a tad faster. 'nothing's sharper than the edge of regret / like digging at a splinter that you cannot get / wish I may, wish I might still find you there / in your listening chair'. That's from the title song, a soft country/folk tune with banjo, guitars and easy backing vocals.

'Heat Risin' From the 109' is the most like Jewel, I'd say. So if you like the blonde, check out the Haase for some satisfaction. Generally the lyrics are smart and spiritual. Check out the simple beauty from 'Big, Big Sky' - 'it's a big, big sky / where I look for the lashes / of your eye, but I / must be blinded / I can't seem to find you / in this big, big sky'.

Introspective, lite guitar and big idea music from a voice that Can Sing.

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