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But Juliana Hatfield hasn't returned full force, either. While How to Walk Away
was shiny and slick, Peace and Love is an intimate one-woman affair. Literally.
Juliana Hatfield calmly sings in the opening track of her new album, "I was gonna
change my ways/ but I have not changed/ I'm still the same." No kidding.
The cover of How to Walk Away features a thin Juliana Hatfield against a
backdrop of the sky with arms and legs in motion and her face turned to the side.
Juliana Hatfield. Bed. Zoé/Rykodisc. I have to admit an odd relationship with
Juliana Hatfield and her various incarnations. I loathed Blake Babies, respected
Then I sent it to my friend, Juliana Hatfield; she's a great songwriter and I'm a
huge fan. So I sent it to her and I said, "What would you do with the lyric here, ...
The reunion of The Blake Babies has to be one of the most unexpected in music
history, as tales had it that the two camps (Juliana Hatfield on one side, Antenna
Herzig's folky pop feels quite modern and seems to owe more to Juliana Hatfield
than Joni Mitchell and will fit nicely alongside CDs by the likes of Erin McKeown ...
Think of The Shins with Juliana Hatfield on vocals, or Belle and Sebastian with a
touch of Arcade Fire. This six-piece California band, formerly known as The ...
A member of rootsy pop-rock band 4 Way Street, a writer and performer of ad
jingles and a session musician for the likes of Juliana Hatfield and Amanda ...
Moving between the angst-ridden folk pop of Juliana Hatfield and Cowboy
Junkies' doomsday indie folk, the most obvious reference point may still be Kristin