Shenandoah Davis | We; Camera

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We; Camera

by Shenandoah Davis

Piano-laden gothic pop music in the vein of Joanna Newsom, Feist or Karen Dalton.
Genre: Pop: Baroque Pop
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1. Our Favorite Idols
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2. These Rocks
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3. Now We All All
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4. White Arms
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5. We; Camera
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6. Hobos and Bulls
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7. The Abdication
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8. Take Ourselves Out
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9. Hesitation
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10. Well Well Well
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11. Milagros
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12. Up&Over
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13. Skeletons
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Album Notes
After a childhood spent being homeschooled by her mother at the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, Shenandoah Davis began teaching herself piano at the age of three and continued her classical studies up until college, where she decided to audition as a classical voice major despite having no prior vocal training because she worried that her self-taught technique would not be enough to gain her admittance. She studied classical voice, piano, jazz guitar and harp during college, swore off classical music after completing her degree, and began composing on her own. In the winter of 2006, a series of travels and tribulations led her to Seattle, where she currently resides.

'We; Camera' was recorded in June of 2008 at Quiet Places Studios in Seattle, WA and contains ten newly-recorded tracks as well as three whimsical eight-track recordings from some time ago. The album case is completely recycled and recyclable, using soy-based inks, and was hand-stamped, lettered and colored. 'We; Camera' is a numbered, limited run of two hundred. It has been featured on KEXP,,,, The Waiting Room, Seattle Sound Magazine, and in Seattle alt-weeklies "The Stranger" and "The Seattle Weekly".


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Jared Miller

I just discovered her last night, and was instantly drawn in. While I purchased the MP3 album, I\'m highly considering grabbing the physical album too.


Sweet, grave, mysterious, dire; sentimental and theatrical in an old-timey way; hard to describe-alternative Victorian?


Really beautiful, but also fun
The debut album from Seattle based singer-songwriter Shenandoah Davis is simple in its structure but beautiful in its result. Reliant on vaguely etheral harmonies and a piano talent that is consistently evident, the songs vary from frenetic and celebratory to slower tracks that showcase her crystalline vocals and a depth of emotion that is surprising from a young artist. Looking forward to more albums from Shenandoah


Definitely worth getting this shipped halfway around the world! Quirky, textured, almost carnival-esque, and something new to appreciate with every listen.

Karri Roberts

A must,must have
When I came across this album, and her E.P., I knew I'd be listening to them for years, along with Joanna Newsom and Final Fantasy (of course).