Following her 1999 release, 'Humanisms', Jessica's new album, 'ever-so-slightly rearranged', demonstrates her best work yet. Perhaps the coolest thing about this CD is that her insightful and passionate songwriting continues to explore life's relationships as she herself has experienced them. Everything is real, pulled straight from the soul. Jessica holds nothing back in her attempt to connect through her music. The personal becomes universal and her rich, beautiful voice carries it all home. You don't have to close your eyes to see her imagery, you feel it; soaring high (Over the Moon), building bridges of love and friendship (Build Me a Bridge), poking fun at obsessive love (Love Song). Jessica creates an emotional landscape through which you are compelled to travel. 'ever-so-slightly rearranged' is produced by Andrew Hollander, recorded and mixed by Robert L. Smith and performed by a group of world-class musicians. Jessica's dynamic guitar playing and stunning voice create the foundation for the daring and exciting production that exists on this album; sometimes lush, sometimes raw, sometimes roots, sometimes rock but always true to the song. Jessica is joined by Steve Conte on guitar (who has toured with Billy Squire and fronts his own band the Crown Jewels), Jon Conte on bass (Crown Jewels), Billy Beard on drums and percussion (who has toured with Patty Griffin), Dom Richards on bass, Tony Mason on drums and Andrew Hollander on keyboards and piano. Songwriting collaborations with artists Bree Sharp ('David Duchovny' from the album A Cheap and Evil Girl), Andrew Hollander and Diane Scanlon add to the depth and quality of 'ever-so-slightly rearranged' making for an all-around great musical experience.