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Jaimee Harris from the album Boomerang Town available on Folk’nRoll Records/Thirty Tigers (by Danny McCloskey)
In story song-style, Jaimee Harris opens her recent release on the title track, a musical rhythm trudging under her words as she describes the human circles spinning around in “Boomerang Town”. With the words and commitment of a Folk singer, shared with a love of Country music, Jaimee Harris weaves personal accounting and worldviews together as an observation on the state of our world. In the confidential voice of a friend, Jaimee is the encouragement in “Love is Gonna Come Again”, finds familiarity in the actions of another with “Like You”, and finds ghosts within reach in the sad tale of “Fall (Devin’s Song)”. Boomerang Town exposes the current coursing through all of our lives, the words offering inspiration as they point out problems, identifying solutions, and weighing in on topics such as addiction, loss, home, and love.
The power in her voice is felt while Jaimee Harris’ vocal rarely rises above a whisper. The pain of living with demons is laid out on “On the Surface” and “Fair and Dark-Haired Lad”, the stories stocked with both questions and answers. On light finger-picked acoustic notes a heart is open wide, full of emotional greeting for “Good Morning, My Love” while the damage of death travels beside the mourners walking across “How Could You Be Gone”. Jaimee Harris molds words like clay, clear images appearing soundtracked by the warmth of Boomerang Town’s acoustics. Closing out the album, Jaimee Harris sings the song of a traveling troubadour, sending out her message of “Missing Someone”. (by Danny McCloskey)
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