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No Way There From Here

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All The Girls Are Complicated
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Starry Skies
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Letter She Sent
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No Way There From Here
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Glass Armour
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Beg or Borrow Days
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Driving Down Your Street
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When It Comes To You
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Can't Wait
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Barely Said A Thing
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Washday Blues
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Someday Sparrow
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 38:18

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Annie Zaleski has been writing about music for 13+ years. (Perhaps that's why she's always sleep-deprived.) Her work has appeared in various newspapers, magazin...more »

01.28.14
Simplicity and subtlety making perfect bedfellows
2014 | Label: Thrift Shop Recordings / Redeye

As a frequent interpreter of other people’s music, New York-via-Nashville musician Laura Cantrell excels at capturing the longing hovering just beneath the surface of a song. Even the most hopeful moments on her latest solo album, No Way There From Here — the rollicking country mash note “When It Comes to You,” the piano-garnished Americana of “Can’t Wait” — curl at the edges with wistfulness. The major difference this time around is that Cantrell has… read more »

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