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Americana UK

Dates for your diary LA-based Sarah Stanley’s polished take on folky country pop, is packed with lots of subtle accessible charm. Her soft likeable tones and catchy melodies have already gotten her featured on primetime TV soundtracks stateside and her third long player ‘Tuesday Girl’ is a well-produced, confident effort that’s bound to get her noticed Mostly co-written with producer Rich McCulley, the pervading sonic template for ‘Tuesday Girl’ of brushed drums, acoustic guitar, and atmospheric electric guitar textures are perfect for Stanley’s softly-delivered confessionals. The songwriting is sharp throughout ('Wish', the title track, and the very modern love song of 'Bluebirds & Daffodils' with it's talk of dissapointing emails and lovelorn text messages - "I'm not one for real flowers anyway." ), whilst the rockier edge of ‘Sack of Stones’ and ‘When I Lose My Heart’ sound like big radio-friendly pop hits in waiting. What shows Stanley off as a formidable performer though is ‘The Night Love Was Born’. A beautiful lilting piano-driven waltz with an affectionate lyric that seems to straddle delight and regret expertly, it has a lovely jazzy quality that suits Stanley’s subtle voice to perfection, and is mildly reminiscent of the hypnotic melancholy perfection that Ryan Adams achieved circa his ‘29’ peak.  By comparison to the high water-marks, there are a few moments (‘Do You I Do’ ‘Can’t Reach You’) that glide by without overly exciting or for that matter repelling, and would maybe benefit from a little more grit and vigour. However accessibility seems to be the aim here. Songs as well written and sympathetically performed as most of those on display here, already stand Sarah Stanley head and shoulders above many who plough the same furrow.

Sack of Stones, Not Gonna Leave, & Do you i do

they rock!!!

Tuesday Girl, Sarah Stanley
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: Sep 01, 2009

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