Sarah Van Sciver | Puzzle Pieces - EP

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Puzzle Pieces - EP

by Sarah Van Sciver

6 original rock songs inflecting jazz, pop, and country with an indie singer-songwriter sensibility.
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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1. Puzzle Pieces
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2. Oak Leaf
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3. Reverb Radio
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4. Ever After
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5. Burn
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6. Eleanor (Live)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Puzzle Piece - EP's six new songs are all rock songs with other styles inflected, throughout. The title track has elements of jazz, Oak Leaf is in a country idiom; Reverb Radio has a retro rock groove; Ever After inflects Latin percussion and styling; Burn has a synth pop sound; Eleanor is a live, uncut, raw and ballad.

Sarah Van Sciver provided piano, keyboards, and vocals; (her father) Harry Van Sciver played drums; Jay Edelman played electric bass; Steve Kuzmicki played electric and acoustic guitar.

Puzzle Pieces - EP is the third studio album by Sarah Van Sciver. It was recorded, mixed, and mastered in Philadelphia throughout the summer of 2014. Recording occurred at Third Story Recording with lead engineers Scott Herzog and assistant Winthrop Stevens. Mixing, mastering, and some additional recording occurred at Studio Crash with engineer Michael Harmon and assistant Kosta Johnson.

Graphic design for the album was done by Sarah Van Sciver & William Murdoch.

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