|Living Under June|
|Studio album by|
|Released||June 1994 (Canada)|
February 1995 (U.S.)
|Recorded||Groove Masters, Santa Monica, CA, 1994|
|Genre||Pop, adult alternative, adult contemporary|
|Producer||Ed Cherney, Jann Arden|
|Jann Arden chronology|
|Singles from Living Under June|
Living Under June is the second album by the Canadian singer-songwriter Jann Arden, released in 1994.  
"Could I Be Your Girl", "Insensitive" and "Good Mother" were all significant hits for Arden in Canada, with "Wonderdrug", "Unloved" and "Looking for It (Finding Heaven)" also becoming Canadian adult-contemporary hits. "Insensitive" was Arden's biggest hit internationally, entering the Top 40 in several countries, including Italy and the United States (No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100). In the U.S., "Could I Be Your Girl" was also a minor adult contemporary chart hit (No. 33). Total worldwide sales for this album come to 1.3 million, with 600,000 Canadian, and 500,000 US.
The video for "Good Mother", directed by Jeth Weinrich, won the Juno Award for Video of the Year at the 1996 Juno Awards. Weinrich also directed the video for "Insensitive", which was a nominee for the same award, but did not win, at the 1995 Juno Awards.
The album was produced by Ed Cherney and Arden.  Most of the songs were written in a Calgary basement, where Arden lived under her landlady, June.  Jackson Browne duets with Arden on "Unloved".  Anne Loree wrote "Insensitive".  Kenny Aronoff played drums on the album. 
All songs written by Jann Arden, except where noted.
"I Would Die for You" was a significant single from Arden's previous album, Time for Mercy , and does not appear on this album's original version.
|Australian Albums (ARIA Charts) ||24|
|United States (Billboard 200) ||76|
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