Sharon Van Etten - Are We There album flac
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|1||Afraid Of Nothing
Bass – David HartleyDrums – Zeke HutchinsGuitar – Jonathan Meiburg, Marisa AndersonPiano, Organ [Fun Machine] – Stewart LermanStrings – Peter BroderickStrings, Vocals – Heather Woods BroderickVocals – Mackenzie ScottVocals, Guitar, Piano – Sharon Van Etten
Drums – Zeke HutchinsGuitar – Doug KeithOrgan [Wurlitzer] – Jacob C. MorrisPercussion [Beats] – Mickey FreeVocals – Heather Woods Broderick, Jana HunterVocals, Omnichord, Guitar, Bass, Organ – Sharon Van Etten
|3||Your Love Is Killing Me
Bass [Synth Bass], Baritone Guitar – David HartleyDrums – Zeke HutchinsOrgan, Piano – Jacob C. MorrisVocals – Heather Woods BroderickVocals, Guitar, Organ – Sharon Van Etten
Bass, Guitar – David HartleyDrums, Percussion – Zeke HutchinsGuitar – Adam GranducielHarp – Mary LattimoreOrgan [Fun Machine], Organ – Stewart LermanOrgan, Guitar – Jonathan MeiburgPercussion [Beats] – Mickey FreeVocals – Mackenzie ScottVocals, Omnichord, Guitar, Drums, Organ, Piano – Sharon Van Etten
Bass – David HartleyDrums, Percussion – Zeke HutchinsGuitar [Leslie Guitar], Organ [Wurlitzer], Organ [Hammond] – Jonathan MeiburgOrgan – Jacob C. MorrisVocals – Heather Woods BroderickVocals, Guitar – Sharon Van EttenWoodwind [Woodwinds] – Stuart Bogie
|6||I Love You But I'm Lost
Vocals – Heather Woods BroderickVocals, Piano, Drums – Sharon Van Etten
|7||You Know Me Well
Bass – David HartleyDrums – Zeke HutchinsGuitar [Bowed Guitar] – Doug KeithPiano – Jacob C. MorrisVocals, Organ [Wurlitzer] – Heather Woods BroderickVocals, Organ, Drums, Piano [Pianos], Guitar – Sharon Van Etten
Bass, Guitar – David HartleyDrums – Zeke HutchinsGuitar – Doug KeithHarp – Mary LattimorePercussion [Beats] – Mickey FreeVocals, Omnichord, Synthesizer [Juno], Drums, Guitar – Sharon Van Etten
|9||Nothing Will Change
Bass – David HartleyDrums, Percussion – Zeke HutchinsVocals – Heather Woods BroderickVocals, Organ, Guitar – Sharon Van EttenWoodwind [Woodwinds] – Stuart Bogie
Vocals, Piano – Sharon Van Etten
|11||Every Time The Sun Comes Up
Bass, Guitar, Vocals, Handclaps [Claps] – David HartleyDrums, Vocals, Handclaps [Claps] – Zeke HutchinsGuitar – Doug KeithGuitar, Organ [Wurlitzer] – Adam GranducielVocals – Heather Woods Broderick, Little IsidoreVocals, Omnichord, Handclaps [Claps] – Sharon Van Etten
- Mixed By – Richard Swift (tracks: 2 to 4,6,8), Stewart Lerman (tracks: 1,5,7,9 to 11)
- Producer [Produced By] – Sharon Van Etten, Stewart Lerman
- Recorded By – James Frazee
NotesPromo album CDR released with no sleeve/insert.
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New York singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten tests patience with a slow burner of a new record.
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Are We There is the fourth studio album by the American singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten. It was released on May 27, 2014 on Jagjaguwar. Of the lack of a question mark in the album's title, Van Etten said it was . pen-ended, I ask myself that question all the time, for my work, for my love, even for my friends. It's just really good to check in with yourself and it's a play on words, about touring and about travelling, being in transition.
Are We There may be Sharon Van Etten's most present-tense album to date, her most immediate and urgent-the peak of a steady upward trajectory. From the first notes of her 2009 debut, Because I Was in Love, New Jersey native Sharon Van Etten wrote with seeming effortlessness about the depravations of romance and the contortions of a heart either committed or broken, displaying a penchant for wrenching turns of phrase laden with dire implications.
Released March 14, 2014. Are We There Tracklist. 1. Afraid of Nothing Lyrics. Are We There is the fourth album by Sharon Van Etten, released on May 14th, 2014 via Jagjaguwar. In an interview with The Quietus, Etten stated that the album reflects the problem she faced with balancing her touring life with her long term relationship: I’m just at the point where, basically, my boyfriend of ten years and I ended up breaking up, because he couldn’t handle thi. his life. I’m gone nine months of the year. How do you be a good girlfriend – or even friend or daughter or sister – when you’re gone that often, and unreachable half of that time?" Are We There Q&A.
There’s a great clip on YouTube of singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten playing People Ain’t No Good, by Nick Cave, whom she toured with last year. It’s a telling footnote to her magnificent fourth LP, which grows her trademark examinations of romantic decay to cathedral-like scale. Like Cave, her darkness contains multitudes. The centerpiece comes early: Your Love Is Killing Me is a six-minute dirge opening with funereal organ and a laundry list of violent fantasies that build to guitar crescendos.
Sharon Van Etten’s fourth album represents a change in tack for the New Jersey singer. Her first three albums, starting with 2009’s ‘Because I Was In Love’, have shown off her gift for exploring personal struggles in a revelatory way, documenting vulnerable moments with an engrossing intimacy. To date, her stories have been told in hindsight, pulling the listener in as an imaginary confidante
Brooklyn singer/songwriter Sharon Van Etten's transfixing voice and often heart-wrenching songs come through in an odd mixture of pain and flourishing inspiration on the best moments of her fourth album, Are We There. The album, produced by Van Etten herself with some help from New York-based producer Stewart Lerman (Elvis Costello, Sophie B. Hawkins), follows her 2012 outing Tramp and trades up on some of the crushed indie templates of that album for new stylistic territory
Van Etten's greatest strength has always been her lyrics; delivered by an increasingly powerful and emotive voice, are the kind of prose that can cut straight through a room or a listener's headphones without pause. That she would include an admittedly off-hand placeholder lyric – especially one so flippant – is surprising, to say the least. But "Every Time the Sun Comes Up" is an atypical Sharon Van Etten song. Sonically, Your Love Is Killing Me is one of the more expansive tracks on Are We There, Van Etten’s most intricately arranged album to date by a considerable margin.