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Kid Face

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Never Going Back
Artist: Samantha Crain, John Vanderslice
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Taught to Lie
Artist: Samantha Crain, John Vanderslice
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Paint
Artist: Samantha Crain, John Vanderslice
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For the Miner
Artist: Samantha Crain, John Vanderslice
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The Pattern Has Changed
Artist: Samantha Crain, John Vanderslice
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Churchill
Artist: Samantha Crain, John Vanderslice
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Kid Face
Artist: Samantha Crain, John Vanderslice
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Somewhere All the Time
Artist: Samantha Crain, John Vanderslice
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Ax
Artist: Samantha Crain, John Vanderslice
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Sand Paintings
Artist: Samantha Crain, John Vanderslice
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We've Been Found
Artist: Samantha Crain, John Vanderslice
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 40:44

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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 »

02.19.13
A sparse folk record with thorough, unflinching self-analysis
2013 | Label: Ramseur Records / The Orchard

Singer-songwriter Samantha Crain has always sounded like an old soul, her dusty alto worn down by restless thoughts and free-floating anxiety. On the autobiographical Kid Face, the Oklahoma native sounds even more wizened as she explores loneliness, wanderlust and emotional disruption. Produced by John Vanderslice, Kid Face is a sparse record, laced with stark folk and Americana signifiers: acoustic guitar, wobbly piano, curled pedal steel and keening violin. Shambling banjo, stabs of synthesizer or electric… read more »

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Interview: Samantha Crain

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Samantha Crain doesn't mess around in the studio. The Shawnee, Oklahoma, native recorded her previous album, 2010's breakout You (Understood), in just six days. For her latest, Kid Face, she spent a whopping seven days working with producer John Vanderslice at San Francisco's famed Tiny Telephone studio. That quick approach allows her to capture a particular moment — songs as journal entries, tied to specific dates and events — but it also means her songs… more »