Sharon Van Etten Vinyl, CD & tapes by Sharon Van Etten at Norman Records

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Sharon Van Etten
Remind Me Tomorrow

Remind Me Tomorrow is the first album in four years by Sharon Van Etten. Despite not making any solo albums in that time she’s been rather busy having a baby, gaining psychology qualifications, working with David Lynch and writing a score for the movie, Strange Weather. All this action has lead to her making a more upbeat album. Produced and arranged by John Congleton. LP or CD on Jagjaguwar.
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Sharon Van Etten
Leonard

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Sharon Van Etten
I Don't Want To Let You Down EP

One of those nice, tidy little clear-up releases from Sharon Van Etten here on Jagjaguwar. I Don’t Want To Let You Down follows up her Are We There album from last year with five tracks not on that album, forming a rather good little EP, with all the Van Etten hallmarks pleasingly pleasant. 12” or CD.
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Sharon Van Etten
Are We There

The list of contributors on Sharon Van Etten’s 2014 LP 'Are We There’ reads as pretty much a 'who's who' of contemporaneous alt-rock talent. Torres, Brodericks Heather Woods and Peter, The War On Drugs’ Dave Hartley and Adam Granduciel and Shearwater’s Jonathan Meiberg are but a few of those to pitch in here. Then there's Van Etten herself, an artist who had really recognised her own power on 'Are We There’s predecessor ‘Tramp’ and harnessed it once more here. No wonder that the resulting an album, a determined and often beautiful listen that shares space with Angel Olsen and Big Thief, is regarded as one of Van Etten’s best.
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Sharon Van Etten
Taking Chances / Taking Chances

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Sharon Van Etten
We Are Fine / Hotel 2 T

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Shearwater & Sharon Van Etten
Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around

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Sharon Van Etten
Tramp

Sharon Van Etten’s 2012 LP ‘Tramp’ has it all. It starts with a stirring, grungy rocker ‘Warsaw’ and closes with the Julia Holter/Angel Olsen-esque hymnal ‘Joke Or A Lie’. Between these poles it takes in widescreen indie of the Broken Social Scene school (‘I’m Wrong’), hearty slowcore (‘All I Can’) and stormy folk balladry (quite a few). Zach Condon (Beirut), Julianna Barwick, Jenn Wasner (Wye Oak) and Aaron Dessner (The National) all pitch in at various points.
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Sharon Van Etten
I'm Giving Up On You

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Sharon Van Etten
Epic


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Sharon Van Etten
Because I Was In Love

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