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by SARA K.

Sara K. is amazingly subtle yet seductive on this 1994 CD release, accompanied by her largest acoustic ensemble to date ~ Guitars, drums, percussion, piano, upright bass, horn and koto
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Horse I Used to Ride
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2. Stop Those Bells
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3. If I Could Sing Your Blues
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4. Turned My Upside Down
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5. Maritime
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6. Wouldn't It Be Lovely
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7. Man-child
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8. Burnin' Both Ends
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9. Second Wind
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10. History Repeats Itself
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Album Notes
special performances by JAMEY HADDAD, LOU SOLOFF, BILL MOBLEY, BRUCE DUNLAP,LARRY CAMPBELL. A rare find, recorded in 1994 in Queens, NY, incredible ensemble of players accompany Sara's voice and 4 string guitar on this live to disc recording. Many special moments and original takes of some of her best-known songs and vocal techniques.This CD is a must for the Sara K. collection ~ produced by Joel Diamond.

"...wonderful vocals, sparse backings and enough atmosphere to justify a film of the album..." - Hi-Fi News & Record Review

"...what you want is something peaceful, yet emotionally invigorating. What you want is the latest from Sara K." - The Audio Adventure

"The Santa Fe singer/songwriter sends out lyrical tendrils that attach themselves to the listener so an exchange of emotions can take place..." - CD Review

" once romantic and warm, as well as lyrically chilling and stark. As always, her "sound" is wholly her own - a distinctly hushed and warm tone fingering a flamenco guitar strung with low end strings. File Sara K. under vocal folk jazz with panache." - Alex Boyd, Leak, Winter/Spring


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Robert Hiers

Fantastic - especially "If I Could Sing Your Blues"
Tends toward jazz/folk with the exception of If I Could Sing Your Blues, which should become a standard.