I held every inch of you I wrote every line for you I made time when time was all but gone You're the love I've always known. The night's so dark and grey But you've helped me find my way Through the wilds And wonders of this world. So take me with you now 'Cuz I need to show you how I can love you Better than before. I held every inch of you I wrote every line for you I made time when time was all but gone You're the love I've always known.
Sarah Jarosz (/dʒəˈroʊz/ jə-ROHZ; born May 23, 1991) is an American singer-songwriter from Texas. Her first album, Song Up in Her Head, was released in 2009 and the tune "Mansinneedof" was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category of Best Country Instrumental Performance. Her second album, Follow Me Down, released in 2011, received a Song of the Year nomination from the Americana Music Associations 2012 Honors and Awards.
Build Me Up From Bones is the third studio album by American folk and bluegrass singer-songwriter Sarah Jarosz, released on September 24, 2013 on Sugar Hill Records. It was recorded and mixed at Minutia Studios in Nashville, TN, by Gary Paczosa, with additional engineering by Brandon Bell and Shani Gandhi. This is the third studio collaboration between Jarosz and Paczosa
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Sarah Jarosz/ Build Me Up From Bones. Build Me Up From Bones. by Sarah Jarosz - 11 Tracks - 44:07. Release date 01/01/2013. 4. 6. Simple Twist Of Fate.
The third full-length by 22-year-old Sarah Jarosz reflects not only her growth as a songwriter but her willingness to push the boundaries of country, folk, and Americana to discover connections not necessarily considered before. Build Me Up from Bones reflects years of study in contemporary voice improvisation at the New England Conservatory of Music. She wrote nine of the 11 songs here, and chose two covers: Bob Dylan's "Simple Twist of Fate" and Joanna Newsom's "The Book of Right-On.
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On her third album, Build Me Up From Bones (Oct. 1, Sugar Hill Records), Jarosz’s acoustic vibe is equally at home in a hip West Coast coffee shop, a bluegrass festival, or a suit-and-tie concert hall. Her music explores many genres, from the blues ( The Book of Right-On ) to Celtic ( 1,000 Things ) to the alt-folk of her roots in central Texas.