Confinement Playlist #7 - Jennah Barry
One of our biggest musical crush in 2019, Jennah Barry is disgustingly talented and funny! Her shows are soothing as much as hilarious. Listening to Jennah is a bit like listening to mermaids' singing. She's special. In late March, Jennah released her album "Holiday" which will definitely gonna help you to go through this stressful crisis. You'll find below the beautiful playlist of her TOP8 albums to listen to at the moment.
1. Noname - Telefone
This album came out in 2016 and it is just as cool and fresh as the first day I heard it. It's back to back, track to track super hits. I learn something new every time.
2. Kacy Musgraves - Golden Hour
Sometimes you just need a nice, shiny record with tidy songwriting. This album makes me feel like a teenager, in a way.
3. Nina Simone - To Love Somebody
I don’t want to be too over the top here but I feel as though this is the way these songs are supposed to sound. Don’t hate me.
4. Joni Mitchell - Miles of Ailes
My favourite Joni record. I love jazz Joni and this has my all-time favourite version of Cactus Tree on it. A great companion for people who look out windows.
5. Chris Staples - Golden Age
This record has a lot of production/arrangement stuff going on that makes me feel very far away. Also a great companion for looking out a window or driving. But I guess no one should be going anywhere so just the window thing.
Also very into the lyrics.
6. Damien Jurado - The Horizon Just Laughed
Again, production stuff on this record (and the records he did with Richard Swift) are so cool and cinematic and make me feel very far away. TrAnsPoRt Me.
7. Africa - Music From “Lil Brown”
When the sun goes down and it’s cocktail hour and you’ve had a semi-decent day, this is the record for you.
8. Bernice - Puff: In the air without a shape
Some singing voices really come from somewhere else, where breathing and vibration are an unaffected, continuous unit. Gives me hope.