Immediate download of 12-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
Includes immediate download of 12-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
Jen Foote Toronto based singer songwriter has just released her debut album, The Road It Goes. Produced by East Coast Canadian award winning Instrumentalist J.P.Cormier. It is a wonderful collection of original folk, country and bluegrass songs. These songs speak of the roads and choices we take in life, sad songs that lift you up, contagious rhymes that leave you wanting more. Recorded this past August 2012 at Cormier Recordings in Nova Scotia, J.P.Cormier's exquisite playing and production bring Jen Foote's distinctive voice and songs to life.
released 05 October 2012
The Spill Magazine Review: Jen Foote simply knocks one out of the park with her debut release, The Road it Goes. With renowned Canadian producer J.P. Cormier at the helm, this album was destined for big things from the start. Foote’s deep seeded raw talent is apparent within seconds of spinning the first tune, “The Road it Goes.” She sings with conviction and doesn’t stray from the truth in her lyrics. Her humble and visceral voice speaks to you in an honest and passionate way that will leave you with goose bumps.
“The Road It Goes” is one of the best tunes on the album, already making a serious impact online and now charting on Reverb Nation. Next up we have “Sarah,” a song whose main instruments are acoustic guitar, grand piano and fiddle that come together as more comfort food for the ears. “Man of Song” is another gorgeous tune recorded with only string and voice that again showcase the impressive musicianship that goes into this album. Clearly Jen and J.P. have amazing chemistry in the studio – you can feel it.
For fans of honest down home Folk music who are unfamiliar with the name Jen Foote, I would suggest picking up The Road It Goes right away.
– Andre Skinner
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