Jen Foster - Everybody’s Girl
Jen Foster has been a long-time independent stalwart proudly using her own Fosterchild Records as the delivery vehicle for her art.
Posted Tuesday, February 11, 2014, 09:53PM
Everybody’s Girl was an early incarnation of her work back in 2003, and her first official CD release. The listener is introduced to Foster through the catchy title track that has you singing the chorus from the first bar and followed by the up-tempo “Used Black Cars”.
This solid and catchy pop album has undertones of country that simmer through most of her work. On this record those undertones are notable on tracks “Superwomen”, “Ready To Go” and “The One Who Got Away”.
On a journey of love, it seems the listener reaches the playful, and what is probably considered a coming out diddy, “She”. This track has Foster declaring loud and proud that “she means everything to me … nothing else matters, not even what the world thinks of me”. Over a decade later these lyrics still carry relevance and reaffirm there really “is nothing to be afraid of”. Unsurprisingly this song has since featured on the soundtrack to the feature film “Elena Undone” and has become a crowd favourite of Foster fans.
On a lighter side, “Seize The Moment and “I Just Wanna Be Happy” are anthems for all of us at work, dreaming of someplace else we would rather be and urging us to get out there.
If you haven’t discovered the earthy tones of Foster, do so – this album has you taking a sweet journey of love and joy and leaving you satisfied!
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