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article imageReview: Jillette Johnson soars on new album 'All I Ever See In You Is Me' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 31, 2017 in Music
Singer-songwriter and pianist Jillette Johnson is back with her new studio album, the haunting "All I Ever See In You Is Me."
It opens on a haunting note with "Bunny," and it is followed by the mid-tempo "Love Is Blind," where her breathy vocals are reminiscent of such esteemed songstresses as Lissie and Stevie Nicks. Equally haunting is "Throw Out Your Mirror," while "Holiday" is an added treat, especially since she displays her wide range (where one can recall a young Fiona Apple).
She continues with the spitfire "Flip A Coin" and the sultry piano-driven ballads "In Repair" and "Not Tonight." "Like You Raised Me" is both lyrically and sonically moving. She expresses remorse on "I'm Sorry."
The CD closes with the title track "All I Ever See In You Is Me," where her crystalline vocals are simply too good to be mortal, and the gorgeous track "Thumbelina." As a songwriter, she is able to paint a vivid pictures in the minds of her listeners through her music.
Johnson's new album is available on Amazon, and on iTunes.
The Verdict
Overall, Jillette Johnson shines on her new studio album, All I Ever See In You Is Me, which has a retro vibe to it. Her crisp voice is reminiscent of Christina Perri meets Tori Amos. Johnson is not afraid to showcase her vulnerability as a recording artist on this project. Grab a bottle of wine and let Johnson lure you in. This CD garners an A rating.
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