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    I listened to the full album again today, and I really do love it. I love every single, and they all work perfectly together! It's a real gem.

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    I've never heard Jewel in her voice before, but I do during that Dylan cover.

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    Seeing her live for the first time in July!

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    How is "On The Line" holding up for everybody?

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    I think it’s her best solo album yet. The tracks I return to most are On the Line (my most played song of the year), Red Bull, Heads Gonna Roll, and Little White Dove.

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    I have listened to the title track so many times, my partner is like "ENOUGH WITH THIS!!!!!"

    I wasn't super into Little White Dove at first, but I absolutely love it right now.

    Also, I think "and maybe after all is said and done/we'll all be skulls" is one of the greatest lyrics of all time.

    This album is a real gem!

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    I'm still enjoying it but not quite on the same high as everyone else; I so love both the flawless cohesion of Rabbit Fur Coat and the bonkers try-anything genre-hopping of Acid Tongue, so this one can't help but rank third for me in spite of the obviously strong songwriting. A definite improvement on The Voyager though!

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    I like it a lot. I'm more of a casual fan of hers. On the Line sort of sinks in the middle for me a bit, but the first three songs are incredible and it ends strong. It's probably my second favorite solo record of hers:

    1. Rabbit Fur Coat
    2. On the Line
    3. Acid Tongue
    4. The Voyager

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeEP View Post
    I think it’s her best solo album yet. The tracks I return to most are On the Line (my most played song of the year), Red Bull, Heads Gonna Roll, and Little White Dove.
    For me the winner is Red Bull & Hennessy.

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    ^Thank you so much for sharing that!

    She is beyond. BEYOND! I just adore her. What a great performance.

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    Jenny Lewis unveils new single “Under The Supermoon”
    Jenny Lewis is back with her first single of the year "Under The Supermoon", which will feature on the forthcoming benefit album Let the Rhythm Lead: Haiti Song Summit Vol. 1.

    "Under The Supermoon" is written by Jenny Lewis, and features Habib Koite, and is produced by Jonathan Wilson and Jackson Browne.

    The new single is Lewis' first new music of 2020, and first release since her December 2019 demos On The iPhone.

    She describes the track as "a love song written in Jacmel floating in the Caribbean sea under the supermoon of November 2016 just days after the US presidential election... a travelogue of sorts processed in real time..."

    Lewis' new song features on a benefit album titled Let the Rhythm Lead: Haiti Song Summit Vol. 1. The record celebrates the work from Artists for Peace and Justice in Haiti. They recorded the album at their Artists Institute in the town of Jacmel.

    Artists for Peace and Justice is a "non-profit organization that encourages peace and social justice and addresses issues of poverty around the world."
    Jenny Lewis' "Under The Supermoon" single is out now. Let the Rhythm Lead: Haiti Song Summit Vol. 1 will be released 31 January via Arts Music.

    Maybe for once, someone will call me "Sir" without adding, "You're making a scene."

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