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Jimetta Rose – The Baber’s Daughter by Noggy
February 27, 2010, 4:35 pm
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01. Glory Us 04:05
02. Life Unfolds 04:51
03. Sweet Necessity 03:42
04. Revolution Out There 03:31
05. On My Own 05:15
06. America (Revisited) 04:56
07. Constellations 04:02
08. Drifting Far Away 04:04
09. I Got God 03:38
10. So Easy 04:03

Introducing Jimetta Rose. A singer whose latest release is mentioned, described and promoted in several blog posts but to be as impressed as I am you really need to hear what everybody is so excited about. But afcourse you need to know a litte about her first.

Jimetta Rose was born in Los Angeles, California with an old soul and a vintage voice.  Music and language are her chosen vehicles for social change and self actualization. The singer/ songwriter and novelist plans to use her words and melodies to inspire, incite, and excite people to their own creative potential.

These are the first sentences I read on an Eclectic Soul Blog post on Mrs Jimetta Rose and as I was gathering information on her and looking for an inspiring way to inform you “the reader” about this phenominal songtress and her wonderfull release called The Barber’s Daugther… I figured I had nothing more to add. My advise is to just skip trough the tracks below and enjoy. Cause if you are a nu soul addict like I am you are going to find out that her overall sound is enciting, inspiring and gets you excited just the way she planned it.  If you decide after listening that you want to purchase a few of these tracks or the whole album there available on her bandcamp website

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