Oh Susanna | Sleepy Little Sailor

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Sleepy Little Sailor

by Oh Susanna

"There's the echo of the North Carolina mountains in her voice, but you can also hear Sarah McLachlan, you can also hear someone with nothing to prove.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Sleepy Little Sailor
3:31 album only
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2. River Blue
4:03 album only
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3. I've Got Dreams to Remember
4:12 album only
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4. Kings Road
3:08 album only
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5. All That Remains
4:35 album only
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6. Beauty Boy
2:35 album only
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7. Sacrifice
4:59 album only
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8. Forever At Your Feet
3:39 album only
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9. Ted's so Wasted
2:54 album only
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10. St. Patrick's Day
3:47 album only
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11. Ride On
10:13 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

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"There's the echo of the North Carolina mountains in her voice, but you can also hear Sarah McLachlan. You can also hear someone with nothing to prove: No one else would have the nerve to take up Otis Redding's 'I've Got Dreams to Remember' and then sing from inside the song as Redding did not; (she) puts you on the street as she sees her lover with someone else, letting you feel his tongue in her mouth."
(Greil Marcus' "Real Life Rock Top 10," Salon .com)

"An amalgam of the twisted phrasing of Richard Buckner, the gloomy cast of Gillian Welch and the sweet bluesy ache of Lucinda Williams; she's as much at home belting out torchy twang as she is soul-crooning.... Gray and gorgeous, with a myriad of hidden memories rolling in off the fog and a life-altering storm brewing on the horizon." (Ochs, Rolling Stone.com)

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