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Over and Even

by Joan Shelley

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Justin-Paul Sammons
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Justin-Paul Sammons This incredibly beautiful album is proof that less can be more. In this case, much, much more. Favorite track: Easy Now.
Jeremy (HI54LOFI)
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Jeremy (HI54LOFI) you can only keep something this lovely in your Wishlist for so long… Favorite track: Over and Even.
Harrison Lemke
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Harrison Lemke Understated songs, beautiful in ways obvious and not obvious, that grow slowly and lodge deep in the head, heart, etc.
Dave Jamieson
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Dave Jamieson Choose any track actually. I note this has hit the mainstream consciousness. Doesn't matter though, it's a lovely album.
Mister Meows
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Mister Meows It unfolds in beauty more and more, lyrics by lyric, song by song, melody by melody. It makes me want to move to Kentucky. Favorite track: Over and Even.
Pete Brown
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Pete Brown Such a gorgeous album. You need Joan Shelley's music in your life. Favorite track: Subtle Love
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    Vinyl version of Joan Shelley's new album "Over and Even". Comes with download code and an 18x24 poster

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Recorded by Daniel Martin Moore, Jan 16-17 2015, near Louisville, KY. Engineered by Daniel Martin Moore (with additional recording by James Elkington, Rachel Grimes, Kevin Ratterman and Mark Valenzuela). Mixed at LaLa Land by Kevin Ratterman. Mastering by Joe Lambert.

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released September 4, 2015

Joan Shelley: vocals, guitars, banjo
Nathan Salsburg: guitars

James Elkington: harmonium (1), organ (3, 6), percussion (1, 3, 8), Rhodes (3), steel guitar (1, 8); Dan Dorff: glockenspiel (8), percussion (6), pocket piano (5, 9), Wurlitzer (9); Rachel Grimes: piano (4, 7, 12); Will Oldham: harmony (2, 9, 12); Glen Dentinger: harmony (4)

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