Katie Sawicki | Time Spent Lost

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Time Spent Lost

by Katie Sawicki

A new kind of indie music blending the roots of contemporary folk with experimental production elements
Genre: Folk: Urban Folk
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1. Tuesday
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2. Moving On
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3. Losing Ground
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4. Hanging On
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5. Good Thing
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6. For the Quiet
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7. Push on Back
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8. Breaking Point
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9. Ironbound
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10. Drown
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11. Missing
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12. Longest Year
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Album Notes
From her Brooklyn apartment in New York, Katie Sawcki has brought emotion back to urban edge folk. Songs crafted from years on the road, past loves, contemplations of a changing music industry and folk ruminations of the crowded city life define this singersongwriter. Hailed as a "Singstress, Songwriter, Lyrical Genius" (Encore Magazine), Sawicki is a self-taught guitarist, quickly making a name for herself. Sawicki is handed down by the influences of Josh Ritter, Jenny Lewis, Ryan Adams, Iron and Wine, and Patty Griffin. In her short career, she has shared the stage with Sarah Harmer, Melissa Ferrick, Girlyman, and Catie Curtis among others. Sawicki's most recent project, Time Spent Lost, defines a new kind of indie music. This album blends the roots of contemporary folk with experimental production elements. Each song is testimate to the careful nature in which Sawicki composes and performs. Time Spent Lost is set to be released the beginning of March with a national tour to follow in May of 2008.


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I was introduced to this artist on pandora--and thank goodness. It has been a source of refreshing, truthful music. The harmonies, guitar, and lyrics come together in such a remarkable and inspirational blend. I would HIGHLY recommend this CD if you are looking for a new sound. It's crafted beautifully.


Sometimes lightening strikes suddenly, that was the case with Katie Sawicki's Time Spent Lost.
This album is full of heartbreak, a real rollercoaster of emotions.
Katie has made a beautiful flawless emotional album that never sounds over the top

Gemma Scott

Yet again another brilliant album! Right from the first track to the last note it was lyrically beautiful and the music is amazing! Love the new version of 'For the Quiet' as well. Just a great album well worth listening to! Nice one Katie!

Kim Sebastiao

From the very first note of the very first song I was hooked. The melodies, lyrics, harmonies, musicianship and everything in between are gorgeous. I love the re-record of "For the Quiet"... very well done... Truly her best album yet. I can't wait to hear these songs live!

Collected Sounds

very nice
The songs are well written with interesting melodies and again, fantastic lyrics. This is a great folk record.