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Jeannie Burns

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Jeannie Burns, off -applauded as the redhead and alto voice of the singing Burns sisters hasgot her own thing. You knew she did if you've followed the sisters at all. In fact there are 12Burns siblings that have their own cool

 

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thing, but only the 8th and 11th kids (brother Vince) got the red hair from mom and none of the grandkids so far. It's rare and fine and a natural puzzle. Reflecting on famous red-headed women I visualize Lucy as Spitfire and Julianne Moore for cool remove-archetypes, Jeannie falls between while demonstrating flashes of both.She can sing hard and she can sing soft and sell a song either way, and she proves that on Coming Up Close her solo album. Coming Up Close casts Jeannie in an Irish philosopher's role-melancholy, but loving life in songs by 9 visionaries of Americana whose protagonists have settled for less than perfection. The music is bluesy folk-rock featuring several gorgeous ballads, like the title cut by Aimee Mann which shimmers and wonders, and Blue Norther by Louise Taylor, a haunted account of working-class life in gulf coast Texas. Those 2 frame Steve Earles's "Mystery Train II", a chugging rocker Jeannie sang all out to terrific effect,and the 3 form the heart of the album in a skillful arrangement of songs that builds and releases just right. The final song Ella, is by Jeannie and Jim Henry, the producer arranger andmarvelous multi-instrumentalist who is co-creator of Coming Up Close, and the tune makes a charming postlude to the set, about a child, after all those adult characters. Henry adds banjo and dobro to it. From the fancy flatpicking on Ray Bonneville's "That's Why"to the state-of-the-art slide guitar on Fred Eaglesmith's "Crashing and Burning"and James Burton-inflected lead electric picking on "Mystery Train II", Henry makes different marvelous music magic in every song with Nashville-cat clarity and a producer's vision. His crisp and flowing acoustic guitar is the bedrock of the album under Jeannie's voice, which is on target throughout, from growl to halleluia. By Jove she's done it for sure this time. Art meets commerce. Coming Up Close is available now in Ithaca stores and online at www.jeannieburns.com , following Marie Burns Free Little Bird, released late last year. Annie Burn's solo album, to be titled Days of Italy is nearing completion. Outstanding photographs of Jeannie by brother Patrick adorn the cover and CD itself. Rowf! Accidentally unaccredited on the album is harmonica playing and backup singing of Ray Bonneville, and Cliff Eberhart singing backup on his song. Doug Plavin is the drummer and Richard Gates the bass player, and with Jim Henry, they're a band to be proud of.

By Danny Speer - Ithaca, New York

 

 

"Workin On A Building"
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"Ella" written by Jeannie Burns and Jim Henry
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"Mystery Train II" written by Steve Earle
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