For some reason, I thought I’d already posted Jennifer O’Connor. I remember looking at her website, and the older songs she has available for download there were already on my iPod. Ah well, my apologies to Jennifer and her fans, and here you go. If you work her song selection from the bottom up, you can see O’Connor’s development from girl-with-acoustic-guitar to full-on rocker, especially with the track “Exeter, Rhode Island,” off her next album, Over the Mountain, Across the Valley, and Back to the Stars, due in August on Matador. Until then, she’ll be touring through July with 3hive faves Hotel Lights and Liz Durrett.
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Thank you all so much for creating this website. You all have amazing taste in music, and I hope you keep this site alive.
I know Jennifer younger than this.
Your right, you can really hear her development as a musician. Her most sound song is certainly "Exeter, Rhode Island."
I really like this–my next summer mix will probably contain all of these. If I were to introduce her to someone (her music I mean),I would definitely start with "Exeter, Rhode Island," but for some reason I really like "Hole in the Road."