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The Mirror


Download links and information about The Mirror by Jill Andrews. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 34:55 minutes.

Artist: Jill Andrews
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 10
Duration: 34:55
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No. Title Length
1. Sound of the Bell 3:33
2. Wake Up Nico 3:12
3. Sinking Ship 4:18
4. Blue Sky 3:07
5. Blue Eyes 3:43
6. The Mirror 2:58
7. Cut and Run 3:22
8. A Little Less 4:04
9. Another Man 2:47
10. You 3:51



On The Mirror, former Everybodyfields vocalist Jill Andrews shines a light on her poppy side. Country and folk music, which formed the foundation of the Everybodyfields’ records, are still the cornerstones of this solo debut, but they’re joined by a newfound emphasis on — for lack of a better term — pastoral chick rock. Andrews no longer sounds like Gillian Welch; instead, she carves out a Laura-Veirs-meets-Lilith-Fair sound filled with swirling keyboards, harmony vocals, and pop hooks. The countryside is evoked — you can hear it in the small-town shuffle of “Sinking Ship,” the acoustic fingerpicking of “Blue Eyes,” the way guitarist/vocalist Josh Oliver (a holdover from the Everybodyfields days) harmonizes with Andrews in a twangy tenor — but The Mirror also sports the coffee house-cosmopolitan feel of a Sara Bareilles album, with less piano and more brushed percussion. It’s a sound that suits Jill Andrews well. Working without former partner Sam Quinn for the first time, she sings about isolation and heartbreak without turning the entire affair into a down-in-the-dumps sob fest, and songs like “Another Man” tackle bittersweet themes with bright, layered arrangements. “You got a way of making things hard,” she sings over egg shakers and a major-key piano progression, “and I’ve got a way of putting your things out in the yard.” The orchestration can get dense at times, but Andrews peels it back often, proving she can still sell a song with her voice and acoustic guitar alone.