PRLog - Feb. 14, 2013 - CAMPBELL, Calif. -- "Fairy Tales" can be found on Ms. Lang's Sophomore Album entitled "3 O'Clock Saturday" which is being met with rave reviews and quickly drawing a lot of buzz for her velvety vocals that transcend other established singers. Her soulful rendition of this latest release places her in the upper echelon of R&B singers with gospel recording backgrounds in the same style of Aretha Franklin or Whitney Houston.
Jennifer is a singer who emits an emotion and a sweetness that is lacking in so many others in her field. As you begin to listen to the heartfelt melody of "Fairy Tales", you immediately fall under her spell of fondness and admiration for the man she loves. Her vocal range is well known, but on this track, Jennifer does what she does best. She Emotes!
The video is formatted as if to tell a scrapbook version of her love story intertwined with snapshots of childhood memories of ginger bread men and teddy bears. It is the sort of artistic achievement that seems to look just a little bit different each time that you view it. With each replay, you'll see things moving in and out of the background that you didn't notice the time before. It is beautifully well crafted and compliments the song perfectly. You can check out the "Fairy Tales" video at http://JenniferLang.see.me
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As a follow-up to Jennifer's Debut Album "Just a Lang Thang", the "3 O'Clock Saturday" has a wide range of eclectic songs, each showcasing a different aspect of her strong and hypnotic song stylings. Offered on iTunes and produced by Cloyd Willis, Jr., the disc features a powerful performance in "Betcha Thought". Then on the track "I Don't Understand" we feel her pain and heartache of love gone wrong, only to be motivated and inspired by Lang's version of "Keep your Head Up".
But "Fairy Tales" leaves you feeling at peace. It's a ballad worthy for an evening in front of the fireplace with a glass of wine and the love of ones life...on Valentine's Day!