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Eden is now available
FILM & TV
Coming Out Stories
Elephant in the Room
The Writers Dostoyevsky
Inside Story of the Ipod
Underdog to Wonderdog
Nat Geo Channel
Alaskas Extreme Machines
Go for It! - Spark Hope
Kajar Amerika - CSC
Solid Cover - Wildfire
VH1 Goes Inside: Sexy Soaps
Child Star Babylon
VH1 Goes Inside: Southpark
All Access on VH1
T & C Films
The Martha Stuart Show
Miss USA 2007
Spain - Pausoka Networks
Crawford Prods & Protocol Prods
Shock Records Australia
The Saddle Club
Music International Pte Ltd
Promociones/Discoloco Records SL
Spain / Portugal / South America
Canada - "Celtic Mystique" Compilation
Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong
"Jennifer Parsignault's musical abilities
stem beyond the conventional realms of solid vocals, introspective
lyrics, and bountiful instrumentations, because her music
has the healing abilities to relax and soothe your soul.
Parsignaultís powerful 5th studio album, EDEN, takes advantage
of musicís healing powers by enlisting your ears on a
journey of peace and self-reflection. Her music is intimate
while reaching for the spark of the divine. And what gives
Eden a distinctive character is the believable way Parsignault
weaves her own spiritual journey into her songs. Jennifer
Parsignault, a pianist and violinist, testifies to her
own passage with humility and taste. And the film and
television industries agree that Jennifer Parsignault
is a very positive force and musician to be reckoned with.
Her music has appeared in independent films by Lions Gate
and her television credits include; Dawsonís Creek, MTV's
"Undressed", A&Eís Biography, just to name a few. Eden
is a very good album with enough production value and
mainstream appeal. Itís easily accessible to multitudes
of music lovers in search of their true purpose in life.
It has the potential to be among the spiritual albums
of the year leaving a lasting impression on the listener
Andi Garibaldi - Dead Earnest/CD Services
From the Dark
She sings the ballads with passion,
heart and soul, emotion pouring out of every second, the
result not a dry eye in the house. A track such as the
wondrously languid final track on the album, 'Back Home'
possessing all the qualities of a great ballad well sung
- with excellent lyrics of the heartfelt variety, plenty
of liquid piano work, extra textures courtesy of organ,
deep bass and multi-tracked choruses, while Jennifer's
vocal just soars like a bird in flight on a song that
is a positive anthem, never mind just a ballad, and the
best end to a remarkable album that you could imagine.
Elsewhere, she starts with 'Orbit Again' here setting
the scene with a strong sounding song full of high register
lead vocal and gorgeous multi-tracked choruses, while
the lead work is from piano, distant organ and the whole
thing is propelled by tight and slowly flowing bass and
drums, on a song that is really uplifting at the same
time as being heartfelt and even a bit of Bruce Hornsby
in term of its structure. After this, 'On The Outside'
is my favourite track on the album, just oozing warmth
and passion, the lead and multi-tracked vocals just superbly
delivered above the strongly flowing, full-sounding backing
from piano, organ, bass and drums, the whole thing having
the feel in parts of that Enya-Kate Bush cauldron to which
I alluded earlier on, and one stunning track."
Maurice Edwards - EOM Entertainment
From the Dark
April 23, 2005
"An excellent example of what a great
Pop record is supposed to sound like. From The Dark embodies
sincere vocals, complimented by well crafted songs written
by Parsignault, and is carefully balanced with reflective
but sophisticated musical arrangements. From The Dark
displays a strong caring spirit about it, a spirit that
easily makes following along with Jennifer on her musical
quest an enjoyable experience. She will simply blow your
mind on "On the Outside" and mess with your
heart and spirit on "Last Dance", "Back
Home", and "Found".
Laura Turner Lynch - Kweevak.com
From the Dark
"Jennifer is a commanding, operatic
vocalist who sings with both passion and authority. She
pens personal, reflective songs with complex arrangements.
This nine song plus bonus track CD showcases the versatility
of Jennifer's range and styles. 'Orbit Again' has rich,
poetic lyrics layered over subtle vocals that build as
the song progresses on opulent piano chords and a sassy
sax accent. 'September Winter' is seasoned with beautiful
vocals combined with intricate instrumentation. 'Fragile'
is another standout with its stellar vocals and lush instrumentation,
especially the string sections."
Kenny Hart - Indie-Music.com
From the Dark
March 5, 2005
"This is a collection of deeply spiritual
love songs with a new-yet-familiar quality. The new part
is easy - Parsignault has a fresh approach to lyrics.
But all of these comparisons mask the truth that Parsignault's
voice has a universal, timeless quality. She speaks through
the piano, or perhaps the piano is speaking through her.
But what a perfect medium she makes! She has one of those
voices that can reach through the deepest clouds of gloom
and brighten the darkest night of the soul."
Gary Vollono - Independisc.com
From the Dark
"Sticking with the Pure Adult Contemporary
style, Jennifer delivers a 9 song CD that gathers around
her stunningly beautiful vocals of amazing range (a cross
between Kate Bush and Tori Amos) and her masterful piano
and keyboard arrangements (drawing to mind Elton John
and Keith Emerson), and is accented by her virtuoso violin
talent. She accompanies herself on all the backing and
harmony vocals, set within marvelously meticulous arrangements
and full studio productions that show a true artistic
touch to the craft of mastering. Balanced between full
backing band accompaniment of songs (that would be right
at home in the concert hall or on the dance floor) and
sparse piano ballad, nightclub, torch songs, From The
Dark pulls its range from the cannons of such illuminaries
as Streisand, Minelli, and Midler, while becoming everything
Linda Ronstadt always wanted to be."
After an acoustic ep we now have a fresh
album from Jennifer Parsignault. Her trademark lush sound
and ethereal vocals are retained. "Orbit Again"
is a hopeful and sweet opener. There are shades of Enya
in the pretty, layered "On the Outside". Parsignault
sings as wonderfully as she did on her previous cd "Oh,
My". The reflective lyrics sit well with the gorgeous
melody. Parsignault's voice sounds alike Kate Bush here,
which is always a great thing.
By Jennifer Layton
January 3, 2004
This is beautiful. It's like Barbra Streisand
and Enya recorded an album together, and Stevie Nicks
stopped by to lend her aura. Jennifer Parsignault's songwriting
has a touch of gospel, and her voice has a touch of dreamland.
This is sensually spiritual music. A soft orchestra of
piano, cello, and violins create perfectly lush musical
surroundings for that voice. Parsignault's vocal is sweet,
yet mature. There's no floating away on a pink cloud here
her voice conveys wisdom and insight, characteristics
granted to those who have already been down some treacherous
roads. What impresses me most about Parsignault's voice
is what she doesn't do with it. With such operatic vocal
power, she could have easily pulled a Celine Dion and
gone haywire on the emotional theatrics. Instead, she
forgoes that kind of nonsense and sings with quiet authority.
The emotions are much more clear when they're so simply
conveyed. The best example of this is the gospel-fueled
title track. No overwrought preaching. Just a deep, strong,
husky voice singing, I believe in love. This
CD is elegant and warm. This music stirs the soul and
rekindles embers in the heart. I don't think Parsignault
will be an indie artist much longer.
John Jorgenson - INDIEFAN.COM
.Jennifer's voice has that breathy
quality that draws me in. On the title track "Oh,
My", a break-beat ballad, she immediately displays
her air-worthiness. Her self-written lyrics are introspective
and spiritual without becoming dark or sappy. I got the
sense that I was being allowed to listen-in to her internal
.."Prayer for St.
Symin" Jennifer's vocals evoke comparisons to Enya
and her talents as a violinist are beautifully captured.
To Be announced