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Charlotte Sass | Woman At the Well

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Woman At the Well

by Charlotte Sass

This album is a unique mix of jazz, folk, pop, and impressionism. All tracks are live in the studio -vocal, piano, bass, drums and violin -- with the intention to capture a real, acoustic, live sound to match the authentic nature of the artist's story.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Pop
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1. Mourning Bloom
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2. Hawk On the Wind
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3. On Belay
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4. Foreigner
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5. Woman At the Well
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6. Butterfly
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7. Still In Love With You
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8. My Blackbird
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9. Color Me New
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10. I Am Found
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I am keenly aware of the difference a day makes. My whole life, as I knew it, was swept away one horrible night in April… I lost my 38 year old husband, my first love at 15, my partner in marriage at 30, and my best friend. An extraordinary beautiful man went to sleep, his heart stopped, and he never woke up. I was then forced to choose myself -- whether to wake up or not.

C.S. Lewis wrote: “You never really know how much you believe anything until its truth or falsehood becomes a matter of life and death to you. It is easy to say you believe a rope to be strong and sound as long as you are merely using it to cord a box. But suppose you had to hang by that rope over a precipice. Wouldn’t you then first discover how much you really trusted it?” I have had to hang by that rope -- the precipice indecipherable -- and the rope held. I have been devastated, carried, loved and transformed; and I am a remnant of God’s grace. This music is what has come out of wrestling with the impossible, saying goodbye, letting go, and opening to the new...

The bulk of this project was recorded live over three evenings on the year anniversary of Brent’s passing. The intention was to capture truth both in song and in sound... It's production is not glossy and polished, rather it is real and vulnerable - which only highlights the quality and skill of the artists involved as it is musically and artistically solid. Many comment that this album is both haunting and ineffably comforting at the same time... That is the paradox of a grief that awakens. I hope it somehow gives that gift to those who take the time to listen and enter the story of another broken human being saved by grace.

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