℗ 2009 Language Of Stone
Because I Was In Love Tracklist:
i remember listening to this album for the first time and being completely blown away. i've always liked subtle folky singer/songwriter music, but this is of an entirely different category. the honesty and vulnerability inherent in her voice is truly timeless, and the album is striking from start to finish. though i highly recommend 'much more than that' - its one of the most beautiful songs i've ever heard.
There is something about sharon's music that caught my ear.Call it hypnotic,soulful or honest.Save yourself kind of threw me because of sharon's voice.She seems to have channeled the voice of a country/folk singer from another time.Not flawless or homogenized like most artists today,but that's what makes her interesting.. And she's cute.
As an artist, midst a slow period, this album made me grateful for any sense of creativity at all. This album is honest, not rushed, and pays homage to a philosophy of awareness. Many questions are presented here, though in Sharon's sound, there is a texture that blankets these mysteries, and thus, calms us. Her voice is the kind you want to have coffee with in the morning. You crave it- and how we wake each day- is that not the most important?