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Sarah Shannon - Estheraho mp3 album

  • Performer: Sarah Shannon
  • Title: Estheraho
  • Genre: Rock / Pop
  • Formats: DMF AUD VOX MP2 ADX AC3 MP3
  • Released: 1999
  • Style: Indie Rock
  • MP3 album: 1968 mb
  • FLAC album: 1951 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 580
Sarah Shannon - Estheraho mp3 album

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Sarah Shannon Estheraho. Release Date: August 14, 1974. Catalog No: M-MARZIPAN001. Sarah Shannon Estheraho. Other Things You May Enjoy.

Sarah Shannon is a female vocalist best known for her work in the band Velocity Girl. Shannon has released two solo albums: Sarah Shannon (2002, Casa Recording C. and City Morning Song (2007, Minty Fresh). She also joined Styrofoam to record the song "I Found Love.

When that band split in 1996, Shannon formed the short-lived Starry Eyes, who broke up after releasing a single EP in 1997.

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Tracklist

1 Wheel In A Wheel
2 Learn The Ride
3 I Don't Want To See The Light
4 Marvel
5 Gone

Reviews about Sarah Shannon - Estheraho (1):
FRAY
A LOT OF FOLKS would agree - Sarah Shannon has a transcendent voice in her well chosen range. So why, after leaving Velocity Girl can't she find a steady band and make a "real" (full length) record. Could it be dissidence about direction? Was the 1997 Geoff Turner produced Starry Eyes a borrowed band? Recorded in the same studios as the STARRY EYES ep - WGNS - Geoff pulls double duty this time helping out on guitar (sturdy non-expressive tele-strum) but it's just not enough to dismiss this as anything other than mediocre lightweight indie pop. "Wheel In A Wheel" sounds like early VG and is clearly the best song on the ep. One in five is bad. Since Sarah wrote all the songs on this record this may not be the best of signs. "Gone" the last song on this 12 minute raisin doesn't quite cut it for me with the whistler - I mean shit, I think she needs better friends than that - like maybe Archie Moore or Jim Spellman.

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