Your Inspirational Song of the Week
March 5 - March 11, 2019
Turn Turn Turn
The Best of Jenny Burton
Performed by Jenny Burton
Music by Pete Seeger
Lyrics adapted by Peter Link
Produced and Orchestrated by Peter Link
Listen to the Music!
Turn Turn Turn is a tour de force performance by Jenny Burton of this most beloved song originally recorded by The Byrds, now with lyrics adapted by Peter Link from the book of Ecclesiastes and music by folk music great, Pete Seeger. You can find this song on The Best Of Jenny Burton, which is simply just that – the best of the recordings from 3 decades of music making. It represents the work of not only the radiant Jenny Burton, but also the inspired work of countless other musicians, engineers, arrangers and supporters. In the case of Turn Turn Turn, the Vocal Arrangement stands out as well and was created by John Danny Madden. The album, produced and primarily composed by Peter Link, is also a retrospective of a great portion of his career as well. This song is also found on the Watchfire Music compilation album The Winds of Change, an album all about the future – and the past. It’s about the many inevitable changes we all go through every day of our lives. This song is one of 14 that each dig down into the illusive concepts of the changing landscapes of our lives and illuminate them to our hearts and minds.
About the Artist
Jenny Burton is an amazing Gospel vocalist whose career has spanned several decades. She has sung all over the world both as a solo performer and with The Jenny Burton Experience.
Produced almost exclusively by Peter Link, she has had a long and varied career as both a Dance Music/R&B artist and a Gospel artist. A consummate performer, Ms Burton has thrilled and inspired audiences around the world with her inimitable style of tear down the house energy and commitment.
Find Out More About The Artist and the Music!
"How lucky to come across the beautifully sung Jenny Burton Experience. A superslick, pop-gospely entertainment, the Experience stars the sleek but fiery Burton. The nine-voice choir behind her is so pristine it sounds like it's been remixed and mastered in advance." -Michael Musto, The Village Voice