Sarah Fimm | Near Infinite Possibility

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Near Infinite Possibility

by Sarah Fimm

An alternative independent rock record that takes the listener on aural excursion of isolation, trust and subjective reality.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Soul Let Swim (feat. Josh Freese, David Baron, Paul Bushnell & John Andrews)
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2. Invisible Satellites (feat. Earl Slick, Danny Blume, Sara Lee, David Baron & Sterling Campbell)
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3. Closer (feat. John Andrews, Paul Bushnell, David Baron & Josh Freese)
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4. Yellow (feat. John Andrews, Paul Bushnell & Josh Freese)
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5. Say No More (feat. Earl Slick, Danny Blume, Sara Lee, David Baron & Sterling Campbell)
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6. Terrified (feat. Paul Bushnell, John Andrews, David Baron & Josh Freese)
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7. Disappear (feat. Earl Slick, Danny Blume, Sara Lee, David Baron & Sterling Campbell)
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8. Up From Dust (feat. Joy Askew, John Andrews, Paul Bushnell & Josh Freese)
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9. Sing (feat. Elaine Caswell, Danny Blume & David Baron)
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10. Forgive Me (feat. John Andrews, Paul Bushnell, Emily Welsch & Josh Freese)
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11. Everything Becomes Whole (feat. Dan Fimm, John Andrews, Dan Goodwin, David Baron & Brian Viglione)
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12. Flames (feat. Earl Slick, Danny Blume, Sara Lee, David Baron & Sterling Campbell)
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13. Morning Time (feat. John Andrews, Jane Scarpantoni & David Baron)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
'Near Infinite Possibility' has arrived! The album is currently out of stock but you can PRE-ORDER the physical album now right here. Please remember to provide your mailing address and e-mail upon checkout. The first 50 people to buy the music and provide a mailing address will receive a personalized thank you gift in the mail from Sarah.

Near Infinite Possibility is a 13-track effort showcasing a dark, chaotic mixture of rock and pop with alternative influences. Recorded in Woodstock, New Jersey, and Los Angeles, the album is a slight departure from Sarah’s earlier electronic compositions, and moves effortlessly into an edgy alternative and rock genre. With this release, Sarah layers her ambient signature sound with slightly bolder elements from rock artists who have inspired her for years. Lyrically, the album follows suit with Sarah's previous releases, exploring ideas of isolation, love, mental illness and subjective reality.

Produced by David Baron of Edison Music, Mixed by D. James Goodwin and Rich Travali, and mastered by Greg Calbi, Sarah’s seventh independent studio release features the talents of renowned musicians Josh Freese (The Vandals, A Perfect Circle), Earl Slick (David Bowie), Danny Blume (Medeski, Martin, and Wood, Jill Sobule), Paul Bushnell (Tracy Chapman, Luciano Pavarotti), Sara Lee (the B-52s), Sterling Campbell (Eric Clapton, B-52s, David Byrne) and more.

Here’s what people are saying already:

“Her [new] album is surprising, in a great way! I see she's brought a ton of classic rock influences to the party.” – Christa Titus, Billboard

“If ‘Yellow’ is any indication of the direction of Near Infinite Possibility then we’re going to be in for quite a treat.” – Sputnik Music


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Dieter

Best release of the last months
Sarah FImm's new album is definitely a masterpiece. The rocking, lively sound makes Near Infinite Possibilities eligible for highest chart positions.

Kasey

Grateful
So powerful. Reaches your heart and soul; never letting go. This music is anytime, anywhere, every where you go type music. No category fits Fimm music. It's a movement, a community, a peace, love, and something that makes you feel like you're floating but at the same time, grounded, rooted and restored. Heavenly.

sparkybait

Near Inifinite Perfection
What can you say about a release that is pure perfection...other then it puts pretty much everything "mainstream" to shame. Bought this cd on a whim and loving it more with each listen (it's my new favorite cd). It's one of those rare releases that is flawless from start to finish. After listening to it, my new mission in life is to be able to see her perform these tracks live. If you're looking for something exceptional...look no further.