Jen Gloeckner - Otherside (One Little Indian 16/05/05) - Single Review

Jen Gloeckner

Jen Gloeckner - Otherside (One Little Indian 16/05/05) - Single Review

Jen Gloeckner - Otherside (One Little Indian 16/05/05) - Single Review
Jen Gloeckner
Otherside
(One Little Indian 16/05/05)

A commandingly tingling piano intro marks the arrival of a female blend of Bob Dylan, Ian McCulloch and Richard Ashcroft, then Iowa’s Jen Gloeckner assertively and calmly strolls along with her wisdom encapsulating vocals about the topic of ambition. ‘Other Side’ possesses an earthy blues feel, providing Jen with a touch of broadness and will certainly tempt people to have a foray into her UK debut album; ‘Miles Away’, as her sagacity is both refreshing and captivating.

http://www.jengloeckner.com

Photo: www.sarahehrler.com

David Adair

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