Sara K. | Don't I Know You From Somewhere/solo Live

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Don't I Know You From Somewhere/solo Live

by Sara K.

Unplugged, her only solo recording, just vocal and her unique four-string guitar
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Introduction
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2. Don't I Know You From Somewhere
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3. When I Didn't Care
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4:41 $0.99
4. Stop Those Bells
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4:37 $0.99
5. After There's a Blizzard
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6. Sizzlin'
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7. Gypsy Eyes
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8. What You Don't Know
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9. Aura of the Blade
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10. Fish Outta Water
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11. I Couldn't Change Your Mind
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12. Man-child
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13. Burnin' Both Ends
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4:03 $0.99
14. What's a Little More Rain
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15. If I Could Sing Your Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Sara K. was invited by the German radio station MDR to play a solo radio concert in Leipzig. On November 2007 she performed an exceptional, sold out performance on her unique 4-string guitar. Recorded by Stockfisch Records and Gunter Pauler, these 14 tracks are an intimate example of Sara's great talent as a singer/songwriter. It is her only solo recording to date. (Audiophile)


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Edward Goodstein

Excellent, intimate one
I think in many ways this is my favorite live Sara
K album. I do miss a bit the great interaction
between Sara & fine accompanists like Bruce Dunlap or the late Chris Jones. But the focus here is most on her voice-- & that's fantastic enough. I think she's singing as well or even better than ever. I like too the nice little moments of audience banter, and the fact she includes many
early songs. I guess I'd start with some of her
studio ones like 'Closer Than They Appear' or 'Hell or High Water.' But this really delivers for
Sara K unplugged and performing from the heart.

adam

Don't I Know You
I had the pleasure of hearing those early songs in a coffehouse in Albq when I was 17. I was beside myself at their beauty and craftmanship. After There's A Blizzard, Aura of the Blade, and Burnin' Both Ends are so lived through, gentle yet iron-tough. Honored to be fellow New Mexican. This one is lovely and bare.

Herman Tulp

brilliant
Me and my wife Angenitha attended a show of Sara K. in Germany, 2007, which I was permitted to film.( Just for personal use, so dont't ask me for it.) It was a an intense, superb experience. Sara K. is one of the finest female singer-songwriters I know. I can recommend this beautiful collection of live songs to everybody. On my website (under the heading Short Films) you can watch a small part of a (new)live song show I have filmed. www.hermantulp.nl.