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The shimmering sound of Tramp both defies and illuminates the unsteadiness of a life in flux. During the 14 months of scattered recording sessions, Sharon Van Etten was without a home - crashing with friends and spreading out her possessions between various locations. The only constant during this time was when Van Etten returned to the garage studio of The National's Aaron Dessner. The resulting album is an assured and strident one, and Tramp showcases an artist in control of her powers, incorporating vivid arrangements and instrumentation into the songwriting.
|2. Give Out|
|6. In Line|
|7. All I Can|
|8. We Are Fine|
|9. Magic Chords|
|11. I'm Wrong|
|12. Joke or a Lie|
A singer-songwriter that writes stunning poetic lyrics, that fit her voice perfectly. Her music and arrangements are also stunning. Read morePublished 13 months ago by greg s.
OK, I'm not a fan of multi-track harmonies, which are abused here, but it's impossible not to be taken in by Van Eatten's voice anyway.Published 15 months ago by Boyd Gatlin
I included Ms. Van Etten's song Serpents on one of my Best Of The Year compilations
and finally found a good deal on the whole album. Read more
I love this record. I listen to it over and over and over in my car and while I'm working.Published on June 6, 2013 by Christine Johnson
This is the first "next big thing" I've seen in a long time.
From Gene Autry to Velvet Underground. The tradition of American rock well done.
Sharon - I'm a 31 year old man - probably not you typical demographic, but damn I love your music and your voice. Read morePublished on March 13, 2013 by B. Pedretti
"I loosen my grip from my palm
Put it on your knee"...
There was your breath on the back of my neck... Read more