To the Sunset - Amanda Shires

To the Sunset

Amanda Shires

  • Genre: Singer/Songwriter
  • Release Date: 2018-08-03
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 2018 Silver Knife Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Parking Lot Pirouette Amanda Shires 3:32
2
Swimmer Amanda Shires 2:54
3
Leave It Alone Amanda Shires 3:41
4
Charms Amanda Shires 2:33
5
Eve's Daughter Amanda Shires 3:10
6
Break out the Champagne Amanda Shires 2:45
7
Take on the Dark Amanda Shires 3:01
8
White Feather Amanda Shires 3:34
9
Mirror, Mirror Amanda Shires 2:47
10
Wasn't I Paying Attention Amanda Shires 4:23

Reviews

  • Not so sure but now I am

    1
    By Vaggerbond1
    Just listened to the whole disc. Way too commercial, lost her soul, autotune, too many people involved, over-produced and underwritten. What on earth is going on ? Don’t go down the Isbell route. (There will always be the musically challenged idiots that rave about it and say it’s good, but it’s obvious they don’t have any idea about what constitutes good and lasting music). Very poor effort. Take back control before you become just one of the others. Poor.
  • Shires-Isbell-Cobb killer combo !!!

    5
    By hambonehead
    Always have loved Amanda’s work and this is a wonderful addition. Top musicianship with great songwriting and production. Boom, top shelf. Time for some awards.
  • Mama wanted to change that Nashville sound...

    5
    By IronMaiden4ever
    She sure as hell succeeded. Mrs. Shires did an amazing job on taking what she did well before (great melody, strong lyrics and beautiful vocals)and turned them up to 110. Wow, a totally different take on southern folk music. Some won’t appreciate it... but it was done perfectly congrats to Mrs. and Mr. Shires ;-) Ps. Check out 9NorthWhite for more isbell/shires and great people doing great things!
  • Isbell shaking in his Balenciagas...

    5
    By User183
    Haha just kidding. Love these guys. Amanda not only brings it, but kills it.
  • What was her producer thinking?

    2
    By NedLeonard
    I've seen Amanda in-performance in a living room concert unaccompanied, in a small club with only a bassist accompanying her, and twice with a full band. I've purchased every album and EP that precedes this one. When I stumbled across "When You Need A Train . . ." as a video years ago, I was sold. But this one, with the multracking of her vocals, upon first sampling, seems to obscure her plaintive, poetic essence in a push for something more -- commercial? -- or, well, I don't know what. So far, it lacks appeal to me. I'll come back and try again. But I'm not sold on this effort . . . yet.
  • The Waiting....

    5
    By MiaLovesMusic
    It’s August 3rd and I’m still waiting to download from my pre order! I love the 1st 3 songs releases -Lyrical, Rockin’ & Eclectic. I look forward to the day I get to see her live.
  • Good songs throughout

    5
    By DrLecterJZ
    I like this record a lot. The songs keep getting stuck in my head. I think this album feels more cohesive than her last record “My Piece of Land.” Her voice is great as always. “Mirror Mirror” and “Wasn’t I Paying Attention” are my two favorites songs so far.
  • Cosmic energy

    5
    By RandJam
    I love the approach Amanda has taken with this new album. It’s got an outer space vibe to go along with her amazing vocals! It also has some great guitar work to go along with her violin. It has a great range of alt country, alternative rock and pop. She’s an amazing talent and I look forward to her future.
  • Wonderfilled

    5
    By tcjonz
    Saw her at the first stop of this tour. Less the 100 folks in a great small venue and was blown away. Amanda and her band just plain rocked it.
  • Stunning

    5
    By Supreme Being 2
    Amanda keeps growing as artist. Great new songs from an amazing talent

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