Amanda Shires – To The Sunset (2018) [FLAC, 24bit, 96 kHz]

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Artist: Amanda Shires
Album: To The Sunset
Genre: Pop
Release Date: 2018
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 32:25
Total Tracks: 10
Total Size: 680 MB


1-1. Amanda Shires – Parking Lot Pirouette (03:32)
1-2. Amanda Shires – Swimmer (02:54)
1-3. Amanda Shires – Leave It Alone (03:41)
1-4. Amanda Shires – Charms (02:33)
1-5. Amanda Shires – Eve’s Daughter (03:10)
1-6. Amanda Shires – Break Out The Champagne (02:45)
1-7. Amanda Shires – Take On The Dark (03:01)
1-8. Amanda Shires – White Feather (03:34)
1-9. Amanda Shires – Mirror, Mirror (02:47)
1-10. Amanda Shires – Wasn’t I Paying Attention (04:23)

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Amanda Shires is part of the generation that walks in the footsteps of Waylon Jennings and other outlaws. A kind of New Wave built upon the careers of Jason Isbell (her husband), Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson or even Margo Price. A roots singer and violinist, Shires incarnates a spiritual and poetic presence that leaves you moved. For her fifth album, this woman from Texas pops the champagne. Of course, she doesn’t forget her lyrical side, but with To The Sunset she sets her music on fire. Let’s rock’n’roll! With electric guitar distortions on Eve’s Daughter, effects pedal and a slightly fuzzy microphone, Eve sets the atmosphere in the garden of Eden. But the album, produced by Dave Cobb, is so much more than just a collection of tracks packed with synths and rock rhythms. No, Amanda Shires is a true songwriter who doesn’t rely on her compositions. To The Sunset highlights topics such as self-esteem (Mirror, Mirror), addiction, and mental illness (Wasn’t I Paying Attention). Original and creative, striking and subversive, Shires says it all: “I’m rock’n’roll and you’re golf!”. It’s real contemporary poetry, recorded at the mythical RCA Studio A and this time not with her husband on the guitar. Instead we find Peter Levin on piano, Jerry Pentecost on drums and even Dave Cobb on the bass. A record that honors the history of country music as well as American music in general.  – Clara Bismuth

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