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Adrienne Young & Little Sadie, Plow to the End of the Row

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 13, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Addie Belle
  • ASIN: B0001XARE0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,582 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Scott E. Smith on April 13, 2004
Format: Audio CD
It's rare these days for the term "artist" to really be applicable to a Nashville-based singer or songwriter, but this is indeed the work of a true artist. Adrienne Young's original songs are simple and straightforward yet crafted with a skill and attention to detail that are the hallmark of timeless folk music. Speaking of which, the traditional tunes blend perfectly with the originals despite the sometimes drastically differing production styles. The fiddle and banjo tunes nestle seamlessly alongside more pop-oriented numbers like "Poison" and "Nipper's Corner." Fans of old-time or traditional folk music will love the originals. In fact, you'll find yourself checking the credits to see which is which; "Sadie's Song," "Conestoga," and the title track sound just as timeless as the traditional "Lonesome Road Blues."
"Home Remedy," a duet with Will Kimbrough, is a hit waiting to happen. (Watch the video on her website: [...]) Besides a wonderfully catchy melody, the lyrics leave you wondering who inspired them... and pondering how lucky that person must be to have had someone create a beautiful, passionate, heartfelt song like this for them.
In an industry filled with soundalike cookie-cutter female vocalists, Adrienne stands out with a beautiful, distinctive voice made all the more attractive by the honesty and believability she gives to the lyrics... a warm, inviting voice that makes your ears perk up and pay attention... and makes you think she's singing just for you.
Music industry types, especially those in Nashville, constantly bemoan the blandness of much of the music in the marketplace. Yet they themselves are largely responsible for the interchangeable artists on the charts.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By David J. Gannon on April 15, 2004
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The recent success of the "Brother Where Art Thou" soundtrack has apparently convinced the suits that run the music business that there is in fact a large appetite out in the hinterlands for genuinely presented, well crafted folk music. There has been, therefore, a rush as of late to get this genre out there and see what happens.
If what happens is the arrival of more folks like Adrienne Young and her band, Little Sadie, this is a trend that may have very strong legs. This is a truly wonderful album.
The strength of this effort is the songwriting. The fact is the vocals are nothing special and the musicianship is competent but unspectacular. However, the songs are extremely well written, honestly rendered and presented with a sense of true emotional and artritic authenticity. The bottom line is this is a work whose whole transcends the sum of its many parts.
The title tune is a good example. Taken from an old farming saying, "Plow to the End of the Row" is a simple song that nontheless evokes an overwhelming sense of the hardships and endless toil that make up life on the farm while at the same time celebrating the values of that life. It provides a sense of both time andplace while specifying neither. It is a truly wonderul example of the craft of songwriting, a craft largely lost in the current stagnant state of usic in America.
If you value songs that tell stories, challange your intellect and warm your heart, then you will treasure Plow to the End of the Row.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Ross on October 11, 2004
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Originally from Florida, Adrienne Young may be a new face on the Nashville music scene, but she and her band Little Sadie are making a big splash with their neo-traditional sensibilities that incorporate elements of folk, country, and bluegrass. Keep in mind, however, that this is an independent release so just how far and wide will her largely original music get disseminated? On the other hand, Adrienne is a recent Belmont University graduate with a music business degree who has a considerable amount of business acumen. This debut CD is packaged in such a way that garnered her a Grammy nomination for best recording package. The tri-fold digipak comes complete with a 20-page paper booklet (all lyrics included) and a small packet of wildflower seeds. Take her advice to break dirt and cut the furrow. With a voice as sweet as the lemon mint, Adrienne's sharing a bit of that passion and love for music that blooms in all of us.

The music on "Plow to the End of the Row" is solidly crafted and has a pleasant, at times striking, feel. The band's instrumental and vocal prowess are more than sufficient, and Will Kimbrough's and Todd Schneider's french harp playing (on two tracks) is an especially nice, relaxing touch. The bluesy quality on "Home Remedy" is perfect to emphasize the power of love to cure most anything. Other standouts include Tyler Grant's lead guitar and Clayton Campbell's fiddling on a traditional tune like Leather Britches or Lonesome Road Blues. The banjo (played by Robin Rucker, Ketchum Secor, Will Kimbrough, or Adrienne) is only given a subordinate role for fill in ten songs. My own personal preference calls for mandolin over snare, drums or drum loops.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ari Kohn on September 5, 2005
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Sitting in a Starbucks, I heard a song of hers for the first time and loved it so much that I was compelled to ask Starbucks staff who was singing (had never heard of Adrienne Young before). After returning home, I went straight to the computer and ordered "Plow to the End of the Row" from Amazon -- and have since bought two more copies as gifts. Second best part: Her CD came with flower seeds!!!
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