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Jean Smith, solo CD (Kill Rock Stars) 2000Reviews of Jean Smith's solo album:
"Jean, this is fucking amazing music. And it takes guts AND smarts to make it. You've got both. I'm a huge fan now. Thanks for asking to be my friend. I'm honored. And I'd work with you anytime. love, K "
-- from Kramer Oct. 16/06
"I really like your new record and never cease
to be amazed by your talents."
"a little beauty, a little noise, a rhythm, some folk,
some avant garde--stabbing the Beast in the chest and injecting a heart."
"the unvarnished beauty of Smith's resonant guitar
makes this the most user friendly record of her career."
"Siamese Hips bears a resemblance to the mother
of all ambience, Brian Eno's Music for Airports."
"Melodious and lovely."
"one of the best records put out this year!"
"really enjoyed it"
"modern beatnik soundtrack"
"a powerful, moving experience and is easily one of
the best records to come out this year."
"the effect is mesmerizing."
"Halfway builds from an overdubbed vocal duet
to a kickass guitar solo."
"The results are austerely beautiful. These sparse
brittle mainly acoustic meditations would be the perfect soundtrack to a walk through a
tangled thicket on a drizzly autumn evening."
"the beauty of music, present even in its
"It's frequently gripping and always
"thoroughly enjoyed it. It resonated as I suspected. I
heard it as a liberating movement between soothingly eerie sounds (at the beginning) and
smart and righteous concepts (the black dress--fetishization described through
"striking and novel results."
Peter Jefferies drums/keyboard
Michael Morley guitar
spoken word 7"
Solo Guitar Cassette
Bud Osborn - Hundred
Block Rock (Get To The Point) 1999
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