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Closer Than They Appear
Sara K
Closer Than They Appear
Genres: Folk, Jazz, Pop
 
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All Artists: Sara K
Title: Closer Than They Appear
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Chesky Records
Original Release Date: 2/28/1992
Re-Release Date: 3/9/1992
Genres: Folk, Jazz, Pop
Styles: Vocal Jazz, Vocal Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 090368006721

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Relaxing and Mellow
Stephen A. Degray | 11/16/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you like Carly Simon, You will Love Sara K. Her music is decididly South Western, However it is not limited to the South West. Her Guitar is Custom Strung with 4 strings (No, Folks it's not a Bass)And produces a sound as unique as She is. (I met her in La Pasada -Santa Fe -92- buying A Tape Direct from her)After hearing her You will pitty the heavens, For one of their Angels is Singing. My first and Favorite of my Sara K. Collection. Brings Solice, Longing, and Peace to ones Soul."
Another of the sensual, sultry grain.
cpgreen@ibm.net | Silicon Valley, California | 12/31/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Sara K. has been in my CD collection since early 1993. I never tire of her breathy cadillac intonations. Sara K. is like a fine single-malt under an air condtioner on a blistering July afternoon in the midwest, with depth second only to few in her genre."
It was love at first listen ...
Wayne Scott | Atlantic Beach, Florida | 04/25/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Sara stands in a class by herself. I know of no one to whom to compare her. The custom four-string guitar leaves something unspoken in the harmony, allowing Sara's voice to weave a tapestry in and out of the spaces left for it. Her lyrics in these songs are heart-to-heart; she is as open, honest, and observant as Joni Mitchell, but as different from her musically as night and day. And she has plenty of sass and tongue-in-cheek cleverness at her disposal. Her solitary cover on this album is Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone". Hearing her cover is like really hearing it for the first time."