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The Inbetween: Special Edition [Special Edition]

Essie Jain Audio CD

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Another exiled Londoner is Essie Jain, now resident in New York; our loss America's gain. Ostensibly a conventional piano-based, singer-songwriter of the intimate Joni Mitchell school, her second album, The Inbetween (Leaf, ***) distances from the pack with melodic warmth, some understated arrangements and a pristine voice that soothes away the most stubborn woes -- Q, January 2009

Essie Jain - The Inbetween
This wondrous offering from New York-based London folkie Essie Jain is definitely a must-get album. She has an odd, rich, sad, resonant voice that sounds classically trained and her music is a beguiling mix of folk, torch song, classical and cabaret, some of it quite impossibly jaunty (Here We Go is a real stomper), some dreamily contemplative. Highly recommended. -- Sunday Telegraph, November 16, 2008

Essie Jain
The Inbetween
The Leaf Label
There's a corner of New York that is forever England...
New York-based Londoner Essie Jain's schooling in Vashti Bunyan and Nick Drake is undeniable. Her second album, however, builds upon the sparsely strummed and whispered folk of debut We Made This Ourselves, fleshing songs out with brass and strings that flawlessly suit her received pronunciation. Though this Englishness is occasionally jarring - "The Rights" is almost Gilbert and Sullivan - opener "The Eavesdrop" is an immaculately weighted piece of chamber folk. Clearly, she has her sights set beyond folk club stages.
Eden Parke
-- Uncut, January 2009

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5.0 out of 5 stars Essie Jain is Great! 16 Nov 2009
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I had picked up Essie Jain's CD, "We Made This Ourselves" on a whim. I have a weakness for great female voices and acoustic music. Essie Jain fit the bill. Not being able to get enough of her from the one CD, I ordered "The Inbetween", and boy, am I not disappointed! I can't say I like one of the two CDs better than the other. I think of them as being played in unison and that's the way they show up in my iPod playlist, and that's the way I put them into my home and car CD changers.

I've sold my daughter on Essie Jain as well as a good friend. They both have a love for unique female vocals and acoustic music, as well. We all agree that Essie Jain is one of the greatest undiscovered talents in the music business. It shouldn't take too long to move her from undiscovered to hugely popular. Especially if the public at large gets a listen to these two CDs.
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