Jann Arden CD, Living Under June, Heart
Cd, case and inserts are in mint / near mint condition. Original 1994 A&M Records Pressing. This is not a promotional version.
1. Could I Be Your Girl
2. Demolition Love
3. Looking for It (Finding Heaven)
7. Living Under June
9. Good Mother
10. It Looks Like Rain
11. I Would Die for You - (bonus track)
Personnel: Jann Arden (vocals, acoustic guitar), Dave Resnik (acoustic & electric guitars), Mike Lent (acoustic guitar, bass), Bob Foster (guitar), Jeffrey "C.J." Vanston (piano, Wurlitzer, synthesizer, B-3 organ, drum programming), Kenny Aronoff (drums, percussion), Lin Elder, Ed Cherney (background vocals).Recorded at Groove Masters, Santa Monica, California.Personnel: Jann Arden (guitar, background vocals); Bob Foster (guitar); David Resnik (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Mike Lent (acoustic guitar); Jeffrey "C.J." Vanston (piano, organ, Wurlitzer organ, synthesizer, drum programming); Kenny Aronoff (drums, percussion); Lin Elder, Dillon O'Brian, Ed Cherney (background vocals).Audio Mixer: Ed Cherney .Recording information: Groove Masters Studio, Santa Monica, CA.Photographer: Jeth Weinrich.Unknown Contributor Roles: Edd Kolakowski; Peggy Sandvig.Arrangers: Dillon O'Brian; Ed Cherney ; Jeffrey "C.J." Vanston; Jann Arden; Peggy Sandvig.Here comes Jann Arden, jingling and jangling her way into your heart with a rich alto voice and a CD replete with rich, hook-laden music. Aaah, that voice. She's been compared to Heart's Ann Wilson, and it's a comparison that at once rings true, yet somehow doesn't quite do her justice. Arden, like Wilson, has power to spare. But she also has a knack for wrapping her voice around a tune, with a sensuous, subtle touch. Songs like "Demolition Love" highlight this ability. It's something you can't really learn. One moment powerful, the next little-girl lost, but always there's a sense of control, of knowing just how far to go with a melody.Arden also has a knack with the pen, as she turns a wry line or two about physical pleasure--and its consequences--in "Insensitive." Her band on this disc is superb--there is some truly beautiful acoustic-guitar playing by Dave Resnik--and the production is immaculate.
Guaranteed to play perfectly.