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Pope Jane - Slightly Used
The Best Of Album
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version of Pope Jane albums hide me
from the moon and Relief,
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and Pony Show
Released July 8th of 2003
and Pony Show is a true Americana offering,
marrying many of Pope Jane's favorite tunes and the
vocal style of Danielle Egnew with the back woods melancholy
and signature slide and lead guitar work by Paul Houston,
while featuring Todd Connelly on bass. Pope Jane's pop
sensibility, and soaring, soulful vocals took a stylistic
turn on this album, recorded and mastered in Los Angeles
and co-produced by Danielle Egnew and Paul Houston.
|Americana flavor of Dog and Pony Show beckons
back to a time when
good music came from the gut and talent came from the
hands of musicians in the gusts across the highline. Dog
and Pony Show is a masterful Americana painting,
splashing a textural and hook-oriented canvas with fresh
toe-tapping grab and grace. If you are partial to big
vocals and buttery slide guitar work, then you'll love
the Americana twang of Dog and Pony Show.
Lyrics coming soon!
in January of 2001
The reviews came in for this powerful parody of the
pop music industry were rave, even though the album
was intended to be tongue in cheek! Singles "Forgive
Myself" and "Been There, Done That" received
FM radio play all over the country. The "Forgive
Myself" Video, directed by Lance Mora, skyrocketed
to number one for over one month on then then-first
internet webstreamer, NetthisTV in LA. Actually a solo
project written, played and produced by Danielle Egnew, she
band in the inside jacket of Industry Whore
as part of the spoof theme of the album. Danielle Egnew's
mega-production of Industry Whore dwarfed even
her large production style aimed at the band's 1998
release, Relief, and was aimed to parody the
mega-pop radio over-production of 2000-2002. The album's
candy-pop production does serve the songs incredibly
well, lending an entirely different sound to this faux
"Pope Jane" album. Not the traditional Pope
Jane sound, of course, but If you like a hooky tunes
and a good sense of humor, this album is for you.
Me From The Moon
Released December 14th of 2000
Jane's third album, Hide Me From The Moon,
was released to a packed capacity crowd in Billings,
Montana, at Casey's Golden Pheasant. Three video cameras
showing the live performance on three large screen TV's
allowed all who came to see the event a good seat. Hide
Me From The Moon is the most-acclaimed and most
fan-popular Pope Jane release to date. After landing
a spec recording deal, Pope Jane flew out to Seattle,
where they recorded this popular third project. Produced
this time by the entire band and the
band's former manager, Hide Me From The
Moon represents the most the true-to-live Pope
Jane sound, breathing deeply of fluidity, groove, movement,
and warm vocal passages, featuring all three members
of the band. A brilliant, explosively emotional and
straight-forward follow-up to Relief, Pope
Jane made yet another
favorable international showing with this third release, garnering praise from publications across the mainstream and independent music
spectrum, all while solidifying the band's name in the
music history books. If you love Pope Jane live, and
you love the true Pope Jane sound, you'll be yet another
who loves Hide Me From The Moon.
Released December 4th of 1998
Jane's second album, Relief, was released
to a sold-out show at the infamous Casey's Golden
Pheasant in Billings, Montana. This album is powerful
enough to make reviewers think in both directions
-- edgy and dark, and people either loved it, or hated
it. Produced and mixed by Danielle Egnew and mastered
by Seattle's Steve Smith, (Garth Brooks, Hansen,
Heart) Relief took six months to record
at May Technical School in Billings, Montana, on a
chained ADAT system, having been recorded with no
compressors, due to a failure in the compressor chain.
(Danielle watched the board meters and rode each fader
manually as the signal came in, so technically, there
was a compressor -- it was Danielle.) Relief
is an emotional roller coaster threaded
Pope Jane studio productions to date.
tasty ear candy and soul-splitting arrangements, it's one of the biggest, and most explosive Pope Jane albums to date. Though Holly
and Kristen felt Danielle tricked Relief
out a little too much in the studio -- it has been
cited in several industry publications in the late
90's as an benchmark for cutting edge production styles
for the time.
Jane - Self Titled
in September of 1995
A blast from the past! Pope Jane's first basement
tape -- literally -- recorded way back, when they
were an all female four piece band, with Rita Brown
on lead guitar. Pope Jane's first self-titled release,
produced by writer/vocalist Danielle Egnew, hit the
retail outlets in the fall of 1995, and sold like
a spreading prairie fire. Reviewed and thoroughly
enjoyed, this album was only produced in the cassette
format, and sold out of many re-
pressings. It boasted two different jackets and is
currently very difficult to find, as it is out of
print. Two digitally remastered tracks from this original
cassette are included on the Pope
Jane - Slightly Used: The Best Of Album.