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Jenny LEWIS & The WATSON TWINS - Rabbit Fur Coat (2006)

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01. Run Devil Run - (with Jenny Lewis) 1:08
02. Big Guns, The - (with Jenny Lewis) 2:34
03. Rise Up With Fists!!! - (with Jenny Lewis) 3:38
04. Happy - (with Jenny Lewis) 4:16
05. Charging Sky, The - (with Jenny Lewis) 2:58
06. Melt Your Heart - (with Jenny Lewis) 2:52
07. You Are What You Love - (with Jenny Lewis) 2:54
08. Rabbit Fur Coat - (with Jenny Lewis) 4:34
09. Handle With Care - (with Jenny Lewis) 2:58
10. Born Secular - (with Jenny Lewis) 5:09
11. It Wasn't Me - (with Jenny Lewis) 4:12
12. Happy (Reprise) - (with Jenny Lewis) 0:48

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Channeling the evocative storytelling of Laura Nyro and the soulful sexiness of Dusty Springfield, singer/songwriter Jenny Lewis skips all contemporary studio gimmickry to proffer a near-perfect solo debut. The front-woman for indie darlings Rilo Kiley breaks away from the songwriting democracy she shares with that band's co-leader Blake Sennett (also of the Elected), drawing inspiration from the crackling vinyl albums of her youth. And from the opening notes of "Run Devil Run," an acapella gospel hymn sung with the Watson Twins, through the note-for-note cover of the Traveling Wilbury's "Handle With Care" (with Bright Eyes' Conor Oberst and Death Cab For Cutie's Ben Gibbard), Lewis verifies this is her record. Her goose-bump voice can be as mournful as it is optimistic, but remains perpetually mesmerizing on Rabbit Fur Coat's best songs: the god-fearing country-rocker "The Charging Sky," the radio-poppy "You Are What You Love" and, especially, the title track, a haunting, solo-guitar waltz of poor meets rich. Scott Holter