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Sarah Jarosz - Song Up In Her Head (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Sarah Jarosz - Song Up In Her Head (CD, Album)

  1. Her songs are very accessible with sound lyrics and catchy "mature" songs. Sarah's voice is always on the note with a freshness that has me coming back to her music often. In typical Sugar Hill fashion, the sound quality is super. The album has a very personal quality due to quality songwriting, singing and sound. Best bet buy Song Up in Her Head and Follow Me Down and enjoy both excellent albums/5().
  2. Aside from two cover songs, the rest of "Song Up in Her Head" is filled with tunes like the lilting title track, the haunting I Can't Love You Now and the standout gospel feel of Little Song. In each, Jarosz displays not only a musicianship well beyond her years, but a distinct and original viewpoint as well. "I love writing songs.
  3. Her playing and singing stopped me in my tracks. I had to find out who she was and if she had any albums. I found this, her debut album and immediately bought it. I was not disappointed! Every song on the album is great, unique and very professional. Sarah is one singer to keep an eye on. She is an amazing talent as are her back-up "band"/5().
  4. Song Up In Her Head Bass – Paul Kowert Harmony Vocals – Darrell Scott Lead Vocals, Mandolin [Octave Mandolin] – Sarah Jarosz Mandolin – Chris Thile Percussion – Kenny Malone Slide Guitar [Weissenborn Slide Guitar] – Jerry Douglas Written-By – Sarah Jarosz: 2: Edge Of A Dream/5(7).
  5. Live from "The Cactus Cafe" in Austin Texas, Sarah Jarosz performs her title track from her new cd on Sugar Hill Records "Song up in Her Head". She is joined.
  6. Sarah Jarosz (/ dʒ ə ˈ r oʊ z / jə- ROHZ ; born May 23, ) is an American singer-songwriter from Wimberley, Texas. Her first album, Song Up in Her Head, was released in and the tune "Mansinneedof" was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category of .
  7. After releasing her full-length debut Song Up in Her Head at years-old, she went on to deliver such critically lauded albums as Follow Me Down, Build Me Up From Bones, and ’s Undercurrent, in addition to joining forces with Sara Watkins and Aoife O’Donovan to form the acclaimed Grammy winning folk trio I’m With Her.
  8. What Sarah Jarosz's acclaimed debut album, Song Up In Her Head, suggested, Follow Me Down confirms: she is constitutionally incapable of getting stuck in a rut. Her approach to acoustic music is expansive and vital; she sees no need to choose between old-timey and modern material; between picking, singing and writing; between experimenting and.

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