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All Is Well

Sam Amidon

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Simplicity Works Best

At a first glance, simple. Yet when you listen further, you appreciate the subtlety of his Sam's voice. And then you realize that the music is an intricate pattern, woven together to complement the simple lines and vocals. Really the variety of instruments used are most creative and varied, which makes this a very enjoyable and relaxing album to listen to. An excellent and highly suggested artist and album in my book. Favorite songs? Saro, Sugar baby, and O Death.

Greatness

This album is a good departure from Doveman for Sam. The lyrics are loosely taken from old Western jingles, proverbs, and stories and beautifully reinterpreted and collaged. If you are a fan of Bon Iver, Phosphorescent, or just great calm folk music...you will most definatedly love this. SARO, O DEATH, and WILD BILL JONES are my personal favorites.

ouch. more please.

This album breaks my heart.. in the most wonderful way.

Biography

Born: June 3, 1981 in Brattleboro, VT

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/artist Samuel Tear (aka Sam Amidon) began playing fiddle at the age of three. Raised by musician parents on a steady diet of Irish and Appalachian folk in Brattleboro, Vermont, Amidon spent the early arc of his teens performing and recording traditional dance and avant-folk music with his parents, as well as his own group, Assembly. He added banjo and guitar to his repertoire after relocating to New York City, where he began collaborating with longtime friend...
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