Sara K. | Made in the Shade

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Made in the Shade

by Sara K.

Intimate and laid back, this newly released folk/blues SACD Surround Sound recording features concert harp, smooth vocals, new songs and new arrangements of earlier songs, taking you once again to the desert Southwest.
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. What's a Little More Rain
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2. After There's a Blizzard
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3. Aura of the Blade
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4. Gypsy Eyes
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5. Your Name
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6. Watching You Fall Into Sleep
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7. Manchild
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8. Made in the Shade
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9. Sizzlin'
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10. Don't I Know You From Somewhere
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11. When I Didn't Care
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12. There It Is
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This new release is intimate folk/blues, featuring concert harp and Sara's velvet vocals. Along with some new songs, there are remakes from earlier recordings. Sara lovingly and soulfully takes you to her desert Southwest once again.

"The long awaited new CD from Sara K ~ this SACD contains a CD-Hybrid layer, DSD stereo sound and DSD Surround Sound. This last CD is surely one of her best, maybe it is THE best.
The album's 12 tracks are a delightful mix of folk, jazz and blues, with one song especially outstanding in its beauty, 'Made in the Shade', devoted to Sara K.'s fellow artist and kindred spirit, Chris Jones, who died in 2005."
~ Stockfisch Records

"It's so refreshing to hear an album that immediately captures one's ears and imagination - a deft combination of latter day Joni Mitchell-esque songwriting and the plushest, loveliest mix you can imagine. Probably better than you can imagine, as it's a Super Audio CD. Acoustic guitar, fretless bass, a few unexpected chamber instruments, and several layers of her own voice provide a warm, rich bed of expressive chords and counter-melody for Sara's poetically introspective lyrics."
~ Editors Pick - CD Baby


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Ivena Fanning

Made in the Shade
Simply beautiful....I will definitely get some more of her music.

Peters at CD Baby


It's so refreshing to hear an album that immediately captures one's ears and imagination - a deft combination of latter day Joni Mitchell-esque songwriting and the plushest, loveliest mix you can imagine. Probably better than you can imagine, as it's a Super Audio CD. Acoustic guitar, fretless bass, a few unexpected chamber instruments, and several layers of her own voice provide a warm, rich bed of expressive chords and counter-melody for Sara's poetically introspective lyrics.

Luca

Very good
Some few words to report a very nice listening, great recording vith a lot of presence. A must have!

Radim Hanak

Excellent CD
The best audiophille sound, beautifull song, relaxation music.

Edward Goodstein

Marvelous
This is a neat studio counterpart to Sara K's last live release 'Don't I Know You From Somewhere?' She revisits a number of older songs, including ones from as far back as 'Gypsy Alley' and 'Closer Than They Appear' and others,
plus a couple new songs. Result is not so much a
refashioning/rearrangement of the songs, but interesting reflection on them; and subtle inflection differences show how wonderfully flexible she is in respecting material and yet keeping it very fresh -- even familiar material. Her singing is as fine as ever-- the deeper resonances of life lived only add I think. Not many artists have been capable of using and expanding some of the ideas of mid-'70's Joni Mitchell-- but Sara K definitely has. A real original. Beautiful stuff. And for those new to her, this cross-section of songs is a decent introduction to her many sides I think.