I’m Alive – Jinder – £8.99 + P&P

  1. Hill Country
  2. A Song To Myself
  3. Train In Your Voice
  4. Travellin’ Song
  5. Cicadas Cafe
  6. Life
  7. Townes’ Blues
  8. Vacancy Here
  9. In My Time Of Dying
  10. 1922 Blues
  11. Hazel County
  12. Shake Me


“Ok, let’s cut to the chase. This is one of the best Americana-come-Country albums I’ve heard this year, and it’s been made by a 25 year old from Bournemouth! …It’s an album you could play forever, and the only thing that would get tired of it would be your repeat button.”
– Jeremy Searle, Maverick Magazine

“Jinder returns with a new album “I’m Alive” on midas touch folk label, Folkwit….it sounds wonderful and is wonderful….He’s a great talent and don’t let him tell you otherwise. I’m Alive is an album by a man that should be going places.”
– Cambridge & Beyond

“Imagine Ryan Adams soaked in cider playing Lightning Hopkins”
– Flyin’ Shoes Review

Willow Park – Jinder – £8.99 + P&P

  1. Willow Park
  2. Country Sadness
  3. Sephora Hurricanes
  4. London in the Morning
  5. Aimee
  6. Waiting Line
  7. In The Heart Of The Morning
  8. Your Name Is The Saddest Word I Know
  9. In The Snow
  10. Wait In The Meadow


“…takes folk, country and blues down a windswept path of fragile pastoral laments and longing vocals”
– Overplay

About Jinder:

Jinder is a young singer-songwriter based in Bournemouth, UK. His style fits well with the current alt country/Americana scene and is somewhat reminiscent of Ryan Adams circa ‘Heartbreaker’ with the occasional reference to Brian Wilson. A confident and highly accomplished young artist.

Jinder amicably departed company with Folkwit Records (the label) in 2007 and has since been signed to Sony BMG with his new band, The Mercury Men and continued with his solo work on his own label – all well worth checking out.  Meanwhile his back-catalogue of solo works remain here.




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