that rabbit fur coat. But I'm not bitter about it I've packed up my things and let them have at it And the fortune faded, as fortunes often do And so did that mansion house Where my ma is now, I don't know She was living in her car, I was living on the road And I hear she's putting stuff up her. nose And still wearing that rabbit fur coat. But mostly I'm a hypocrite I sing songs about the deficit But when I sell out and leave Omaha What will I get? A mansion house and a rabbit fur coat. Rabbit Fur Coat" Track Info. Written By Jenny Lewis
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Redirected from Jenny Lewis with the Watson Twins). Rabbit Fur Coat is an album by Jenny Lewis of Rilo Kiley, featuring The Watson Twins. It was released in the United States on January 24, 2006 by Team Love. Lewis has described the album as a "sort of soul record". The album contains a cover of the Traveling Wilburys song "Handle With Care", featuring Ben Gibbard (of Death Cab for Cutie), Conor Oberst (of Bright Eyes) and M. Ward.
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The 10-date North American trek kicks off September 9th at the State Theatre in Minneapolis and wraps the 22nd at the Masonic in San Francisco. The tour will also include stops in Chicago, Toronto, Boston and Washington . Lewis reissued Rabbit Fur Coat, her debut solo album, back in January via her own Love’s Way label
Jenny Lewis' first solo album remains a breath of fresh air that proved to be a monumental step forward in a fine career. Lewis dramatically staked her claim to a place in the indie canon with her 2006 release, Rabbit Fur Coat. Supported by the Watson Twins, the album is a soul and country-tinged journey through the themes that fascinate Lewis and it marked a dramatic, and necessary, departure from her first musical success. That first success – at least in the music world, she had been a child actress in the 1980s – was with her band Rilo Kiley, formed in 1998 and comprised of Pierre De Reeder, Jason Boesel and Blake Sennett
The rest of the album is equally strong. You Are What You Love is an uptempo rumination on co dependency. Rabbit Fur Coat is a folk song about class discrimination and upward mobility set to a waltz tempo. Born Secular has a gospel vibe which fits in nicely with the rest of the album.