Sera Cahoone - From Where I Started mp3 album
|Genre:||Country & Folk & World|
|Title:||From Where I Started|
|Date of release:||2017|
|MP3 album size:||1967 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1704 mb|
|Digital formats:||ADX APE AHX WMA ASF DTS MP2|
Album · 2017 · 11 Songs. From Where I Started Sera Cahoone.
Lucky Barn Series - Season 6 - Episode 1 Pickathon presents Sera Cahoone with host Greg Vandy in this episode of the Lucky Barn Series
Up to Me. Time to Give. Only One. Not Like I. Dusty Lungs. House Our Own. This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging.
From Where I Started’s title is both revelatory and a bit on the nose. Cahoone’s musical career began behind a drum kit, playing in Colorado dive bars and honky tonks in her early teens and, after relocating to the Pacific Northwest when she turned 21, eventually joining famed indie-rock bands Carissa’s Wierd and Band of Horses. Upon picking up the guitar and moving to the front of the stage, Cahoone put out her first solo record in 2006 and then signed with Sub Pop to release 2008’s Only as the Day is Long and 2012’s Deer Creek Canyon. These characteristics not only carry over to From Where I Started, but the first lines of album-opening track Always Turn Around directly address Cahoone’s musical maturation as well: First years I ever played my/my songs for anyone/my back was toward them and I sang down to the ground.
From Where I Started represents a refocusing for Sera Cahoone. It positions her as a songwriter beholden to the old country sounds she grew up with, a songwriter who's always been able to deftly translate a personal perspective into a universal view. It's an album about falling in and out of love, finding new hope, and learning that the best way to move forward is to remember where you began. TRACKLIST 01. Always Turn Around 03:07 02.
Repeat listens of From Where I Started enhance the theme presented and the folksy mood created by lightly intensified country elements. Sera Cahoone makes it a welcoming and easy album to live and listen; it’s comforting to return to immediately and makes a solid addition to a steady catalog based on an extensive career finding home. Sera Cahoone
Album: From Where I Started. Quality: 320Kbps, Lossless. Sera Cahoone – The Flora String Sessions (2018). Sera Cahoone – Deer Creek Canyon (2012). Mail (will not be published) (required). Mark Ronson – Late Night Feelings (2019). Album: Late Night Feelings.
She's returning now to these influences with her new album, From Where I Started, which is driven by a strong rhythmic sensibility, owed to her background as a drummer for indie bands. Playing on the rougher, darker edges of the traditional love song, the tracks deal with love and loss. But Cahoone also knows how to surround loss with hope, to temper a sad song. From Where I Started represents a refocusing for Sera positioning her as a songwriter beholden to the old country sounds she grew up with, while being able to deftly translate a personal perspective into a universal view.
Sera Cahoone has a very non-traditional trajectory, even for a folksinger. Cahoone has been performing in country bands since the tender age of 12, when she would play the drums in dive bars in Colorado After growing up in Colorado, Cahoone moved to Seattle in her early twenties and got involved with the thriving music scene there, first as a drummer for local Carissa’s Wierd (yes, that’s how they spell it)., and then later playing drums with one of the city’s breakout folk-rock bands, Band Of Horses . In the last five years, Cahoone has been relatively quiet, but she’s returned this year with another independent release, From Where I Started that will be out next Friday, 3/24.
Singer-songwriter Sera Cahoone, whose reflective songwriting posture and moony, mellow lilt have made her a big draw in the alt-country scene of the Pacific Northwest, reverses that dehumanizing process in the song "Ladybug," a melancholy twang-pop number from her upcoming album From Where I Started. At the same time, Cahoone is seizing the moment to raise awareness of domestic violence within the LGBTQ community. Both performing and talking about the song are new experiences for her; on the phone, she braves her discomfort with subdued grace. Jewly Hight: You're presenting this album as a collection of songs that lean on your connection to country music. What resources have you found in the country songwriting tradition? Sera Cahoone: Old country is a big influence to me - a lot of Merle Haggard, Hank Williams, Loretta Lynn. I just love the simplicity of it.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||Always Turn Around|
|4||Up To Me
Banjo – Sera Cahoone
|5||Time To Give
Backing Vocals – Jeff Fielder
|6||Taken Its Toll|
|8||Not Like I|
|11||House Our Own|
- Recorded At – Flora Recording & Playback
- Recorded At – Scenic Burrows
- Mixed At – Flora Recording & Playback
- Mixed At – Scenic Burrows
- Mastered At – SAE Mastering
- Bass Guitar – Dave Depper
- Fiddle – Annalisa Tornfelt
- Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin, Dobro – Jeff Fielder
- Mastered By – Roger Seibel
- Pedal Steel Guitar – Jason Kardong
- Producer – Sera Cahoone
- Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – John Morgan Askew*
- Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica, Drums – Sera Cahoone
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 14511 84212 9
|LMR001||Sera Cahoone||From Where I Started (LP, Album)||Lady Muleskinner Records||LMR001||US||2017|