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Water in a Whale

by Jillette Johnson

Water in a Whale by Jillette Johnson

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Water in a Whale

by Jillette Johnson

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Label: Wind-Up
Some singer-songwriters stir up so much drama, you gotta question their ability to function in the real world. Jillette Johnson makes you question the world's ability to function without a constant, operatic level of drama -- or at least the tidal waves of theatrics she commands on her debut. Sweeping pianos, evocative synths, epic metaphors that harness everything from forces of nature to objects of war -- and then there's the lady's voice. Johnson careens from childlike coos ("When the Ship Goes Down") to plaintive rasps ("Peter Pan") to full belts ("Heathen") with a Tori Amos-like range.

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Some singer-songwriters stir up so much drama, you gotta question their ability to function in the real world. Jillette Johnson makes you question the world's ability to function without a constant, operatic level of drama -- or at least the tidal waves of theatrics she commands on her debut. Sweeping pianos, evocative synths, epic metaphors that harness everything from forces of nature to objects of war -- and then there's the lady's voice. Johnson careens from childlike coos ("When the Ship Goes Down") to plaintive rasps ("Peter Pan") to full belts ("Heathen") with a Tori Amos-like range.

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About This Album

Some singer-songwriters stir up so much drama, you gotta question their ability to function in the real world. Jillette Johnson makes you question the world's ability to function without a constant, operatic level of drama -- or at least the tidal waves of theatrics she commands on her debut. Sweeping pianos, evocative synths, epic metaphors that harness everything from forces of nature to objects of war -- and then there's the lady's voice. Johnson careens from childlike coos ("When the Ship Goes Down") to plaintive rasps ("Peter Pan") to full belts ("Heathen") with a Tori Amos-like range.