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Previously best known as the front-woman of Rilo Kiley, Rabbit Fur Coat sees Jenny Lewis breaking out on her own to stunning effect. Teaming up with gospel singers Chandra and Leigh Watson, with a little help from producer M.Ward, and collaborations with Bright Eyes Conor Oberst and DCFCs Ben Gibbard, this is alt. country at its finest--sweet, heartfelt and deceptively simplistic.
Drawing inspiration from the record collection she shared with her mother whilst growing up, the album definitely has an old Americana feel to it, and several tracks wouldnt be out of place on a Harry Smith anthology. Stand out tracks include the stunning gospel-tinged harmonies of "Rise Up With Fists!", the gorgeous "Melt Your Heart" (reminiscent of Mazzy Stars "Fade Into You") and the full on toe-tapping country hoedown assault of "The Big Guns".
To be fair, though, all the tracks on here earn their place, and even the somewhat strange inclusion of a cover of the Travelling Wilburys "Handle With Care" works somehow. A truly exceptional gem of a record. --Melanie WilkinSee all Product Description
I hate Country (and Western) with avengence but I love this album. Does this mean that I'm really a C&W fan in denial or that this recording is good enough to overpower my... Read morePublished on 18 Feb. 2013 by Skidderman
I bought this CD on a whim not expecting more than one or two tracks to be of any interest but was pleasantly surprised and I would recommend this to friends.Published on 17 Feb. 2013 by Madeleine
I love this album soooo much! Jenny Lewis's voice is truly amazing, she could sing anything, including addresses from the phone book, and it would sound fantastic. Read morePublished on 1 July 2007 by K. Allen
Bought this hoping for something interesting and quirky - unfortunately, I found all rather dull. Pretty country songs with a few interesting lyrics, but nothing worth getting... Read morePublished on 3 April 2007 by Shepps
This is a really beautiful album that defies description to an extent. I bought it because I'm a big Rilo Kiley fan and thought I'd see how Jenny Lewis' solo material compares. Read morePublished on 15 Feb. 2007 by James J. Marsh
I bought this on a whim after spotting it one day. I was expecting something nice but not for something this great. Beautiful songs that showcase Jenny Lewis's songwriting talents. Read morePublished on 24 Jan. 2007 by Isotala
Please listen to the album and not the pretentious idiots above who quite ignorantly and obviosly understand very little about music. Read morePublished on 26 Dec. 2006 by A. Coccia
An absolutely brilliant album. Very strong lyrics - "Born Secular" is particularly intelligent and clever, and beautiful vocals. Read morePublished on 23 Oct. 2006 by Mr. Stephen Edwards