Exposed

by J-Witt

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Andrew Hsieh I started playing piano in elementary school. I was five years old, and everything sounded brand new. Even playing Mary Had a Little Lamb was something completely novel to me. But that feeling didn't last. After decades of playing music, those music highs came few and far in between. (I don't care how many times Jim Brickman reinterprets the Disney music canon.)

But J-Witt's Exposed gave me that brand new feeling all over again. Every track on this sings of someone who's passionate about his craft and his art. God forbid I sound like some stodgy art critic, but there is a creativity and surprise in this album that is rare found elsewhere. And I'm not just talking about the Surprise Symphony-esque scares in Canvas.

My favorite track is definitely "Exposed," which made me pull over in the middle of driving home just so I could listen to it. I envy anyone who gets to listen to it for the first time. But it won't matter how many times you listen to the album. Because J-Witt's album makes everything seem new again, and I'm more than happy for that. Favorite track: Exposed.
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"Exposed" is pianist/composer Jacob Wittenberg's fourth release (The Revolution, Autobiography of an Adolescent, Crystal Sunsets). Unlike Jacob's typical electronic/hip-hop stylings, "Exposed" strips away all distractions and highlights the vast range and emotion of the acoustic piano.

"I loved it" - Jacob's parents
"This album makes Jacob great again" -- Donald Trump

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released March 31, 2016

This album is a very emotionally charged effort -- it wouldn't have been possible without the support of my friends, fans (all two of you), and family. Tremendous thanks to Irin Son for providing the brilliant and inspiring artwork. All pieces written and recorded by Jacob Wittenberg, with the bonus track featuring co-writer and vocalist Elizabeth Wendel.

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