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Daybreak [Digipak] *

Artist: Sierra Hull

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Album: Daybreak [Digipak] *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Easy Come, Easy Go
2)    Don't Pick Me Up
3)    All Because of You
4)    Bombshell
5)    Best Buy
6)    I'll Always Be Waiting for You
7)    Land of Living, The
8)    What Do You Say?
9)    Tell Me Tomorrow
10)    Daybreak
11)    Chasin' Skies
12)    Wouldn't Matter to Me
 



Performer Notes
  • Audio Mixer: Brandon Bell.
  • Liner Note Author: Jewly Hight.
  • Recording information: Minutia Studio; OMNI Sound; Unpainted Huffhines.
  • Editor: Brandon Bell.
  • Photographer: Gregg Delman.
  • There are lots of musicians on the bluegrass scene who play traditional, straight-ahead bluegrass, and some who combine it with elements of modern acoustic jazz and country music, but there are few who move back and forth from straight-ahead bluegrass to newgrass fusion with as much grace and as little obvious effort as Sierra Hull does. On her second album, she presents a program that includes seven original songs, and it's hard to know where to start in praising her: she has a voice as clear and carefully modulated as that of a young Alison Krauss; her songs are rooted in tradition but full of sly and subtle complications that will take any careful listener by delighted surprise, and her mandolin playing is a thrilling combination of sparkling precision and jazzy abandon. For acid-grass fans there's the rock-solid but creamily smooth "Don't Pick Me Up," a 1950s-style uptempo abandonment plaint; for those who miss the halcyon days of Grisman-Rice-styled New Acoustic Music, there's the brilliant instrumental "Bombshell" (listen to that mandolin solo, for crying out loud); and for those who think they have her pegged, there's a little slice of hot Western swing called "Best Buy." And everything else on the album falls somewhere along that bluegrass-newgrass-jazz spectrum, except for the title track, which is a stunningly pretty acoustic pop ballad. Not bad at all for a 19-year-old; in fact, it would have been a proud achievement for someone with 20 years in the business. It's hard to imagine how she'll top this one. ~ Rick Anderson

Producer:Sierra Hull; Barry Bales
Format:CD (0 Disc)
Release Date:8 March, 2011
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