Sara O'Brien | Play It By Ear

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Play It By Ear

by Sara O'Brien

Soulful, sincere and witty folk songs that celebrate rites of passage, lessons learned on the road, and of course, South Jersey.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Full Moons and Tuesday Mornings
4:39 album only
2. Flowers Above Your Head
5:14 album only
3. Save My Soul
4:53 album only
4. The New Jersey Song
4:30 album only
5. Sweet Ripe Mangos
3:38 album only
6. Mama Said
5:22 album only
7. Medium
4:09 album only
8. Tick Tock
4:25 album only
9. Mi Barriga Sexy
4:58 album only
10. Camelot
2:56 album only


Album Notes
Sara O'Brien's music is filled with an indescribable love for all that life has to offer, be it tragic or beautiful. A singer/songwriter from Haddonfield, New Jersey, O'Brien is a musical alchemist with a rare gift for finding the magical in the mundane and hope where there appears to be none. Sara blends on her recordings and in her live shows a sincerity of purpose with a soul and wit that keeps her audiences with her through it all. Schooled in cello, guitar, piano, performance art and voice, she tells stories with heart that cover a wide variety of life's experinces over a diverse backdrop of musical genres (folk, rock, pop and blues). From profound encounters with near strangers to converstaions remembered with loved who have gone, to a hilarious and heartening homage to her hometownn (The New Jersey Song) every track on both "Play it by Ear" and "Trampoline" are boud to delight and become dear friends that you'll want to visit often.



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