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Sarah Blacker - Come What May album mp3
  • Performer:
    Sarah Blacker
  • Title:
    Come What May
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    1434 megabytes
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    1280 megabytes
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50+ видео Воспроизвести все. Воспроизвести. Микс – Sarah Blacker "Come What May" in Raleigh (2011)YouTube.

Sarah Blacker Salem, Massachusetts. Female Performer of the Year' - New England Music Awards, 2013. Internationally touring singers/songwriter & t. Sarah Blacker & New England Groove Association Live @ Club Passim. Blood From Your Gun. Apr 2017.

Come What May. Sarah Blacker. Style: pop. Album year: 2011. Sarah Blacker - Drivin' 03:02. Sarah Blacker - Come What May 04:01. Sarah Blacker - Not All the King's Men 02:40. Sarah Blacker - Ponder 02:55. Sarah Blacker - When I Was New 04:11.

Album · 2010 · 1 Song. Released: 22 Mar 2010. 2010 Ceteris Payneibus.

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APR. 26. Portsmouth Book & Bar. MAY. 04. Harvest Gallery Wine Bar. StrangeCreek Campout.

Befitting the expressive, powerful character of her voice, the acoustic video for Sarah Blacker‘s In Waves is uniquely intimate and stark. Sitting on the floor of an unadorned room, Blacker, armed only with her acoustic, belts out the bracing mids and lilting highs of the title track off her most recent album (released May 17). The sparsely-appointed room’s wood floor and walls provide Blacker’s naturally resonant voice with plenty of space. Her only companions are a dog sleeping next to her on the floor and her own shadow. Blacker has no need to clutter the video or the arrangement with anything extraneous, particularly when working in such moving emotional territory. This is a song about realizing you love someone in a more powerful way than how you initially thought, Blacker said. It’s about letting things progress naturally as they are meant to in life and in love.

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Sarah Blacker - Primary Artist