Sarah Harmer All Of Our Names Album
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Release information about the album
Tracks in All Of Our Names: Pendulums, Almost, Greeting Card Aisle, New Enemy, Silver Road, Dandelions in Bullet Holes, Things To Forget, Came on Lion, Took It All, Tether, Go To Sleep
All Of Our Names Album Tracklist
- Pendulums Lyrics
- Almost Lyrics
- Greeting Card Aisle Lyrics
- New Enemy Lyrics
- Silver Road Lyrics
- Dandelions in Bullet Holes Lyrics
- Things To Forget Lyrics
- Came on Lion Lyrics
- Took It All Lyrics
- Tether Lyrics
- Go To Sleep Lyrics
Introspective, good tune construction, beautiful effort | Reviewer: max | 11/2/2007
I wasn't too thrilled with Harmer's earlier effort, "You Were Here". I found the melodies too rambling and dull, and frankly, the whole thing was just self-indulgent poetry.
But All of Our Names is a brilliant effort, combining a good mix of everyday-portrait songs, personal brooding, and up-tempo rock beats with some passion behind them. All the way around, a great songwriting effort that still preserves lyrical and poetic integrity. Her band knows how to play elegant singer/songwriter stuff like this with finesse and beauty.
If you like Kathleen Edwards or Jackson Browne, you'll love this.
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