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Sarah Pierce  — Barbed Wire  (2015)

Sarah Pierce — Barbed Wire  (October 7th, 2015)

          Sarah Pierce — Barbed Wire  (October 7th, 2015)
♦   With the release of her eighth album, Bring It On, and the first single, Butterfly Tattoo, going to #5 in the nation on Independent Country Charts, Sarah once again was able to show that she is an absolutely viable artist both commercially and more importantly creatively. Sarah is now releasing her 9th CD, Barbed Wire.Born: Rockford, Illinois
Location: Liberty Hill ~ Austin, Texas
Album release: October 7th, 2015
Record Label: Little Bear Records
Duration:     50:20
01 Small Town     3:39  
02 Barbed Wire     4:15  
03 Saddle Up     3:44  
04 See You in the Morning     4:43  
05 Wild Ones     3:38  
06 I’m Sorry     4:09  
07 Mackerel Sky     2:57  
08 Call Us Proud     4:07  
09 Find My Way Back to You     4:51  
10 Lightning     3:27
11 I’m the Daughter of a Cowboy’s Wife     3:10  
12 Light it Up     4:08  
13 I Don’t Give My Heart     3:32                       © David Diers — Acoustic, Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo, and Vocals
♦   “I love Sarah’s music...she touches the heart and soul of every listener and she is a great addition to my national radio show anytime I get her into the mix.” — Laney Goodman, Women In Music — WUMB Boston, MA
♦   “Barbed Wire has been a long time coming.  It definitely could be seen as a follow up to my autobiographical ‘Cowboy’s Daughter’ CD. This one is absolutely ‘all cards on the table.’ That is what I love most about it ... having the courage to not chase anything, just write my songs, tell the truth, and let the chips fall where they may!”
♦   Sarah Pierce — Lead Vocals, Guitar, and Mandolin
♦   Mike Dorrien — Vocals, Acoustic and Electric Lead Guitar, Slide Guitar, Ukelele
♦   Merel Bregante — Vocals, Drums, and Percussion
♦   David Diers — Acoustic, Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo, and Vocals
♦   Roberto Ramos — bass
♦   Tina Turner — violin, vocals
Review, October 8, 2015
♦   Once I saw a quote saying, “Cowgirls are like barbed wire…handle with care.” For a cowgirl from Texas that might describe Sarah Pierce. Releasing her ninth album, Sarah feels the connection. While clearing a field, Sarah found a rusted old barbed wire. “I held it in my hand and thought…this is like me.” If Sarah is barbed wire, then her new album, Barbed Wire fits as a perfect pair of cowgirl boots. Barbed Wire is nothing more, nothing less than country and western. For Sarah, it’s heavy on the western and light on the country. Some call it Americana Country. Whatever we call it, Barbed Wire captures the genre keeping the folksy Scotch–Irish music alive.
♦   Sarah opens with a nice intro to the song, “Small Town.” Her strong alto voice is perfect for this piece making her 6th grade chorus teacher have regrets from kicking her out of chorus. A footnote, Sarah’s teacher dropped her from 6th grade chorus because her voice was too low. Regardless how ridiculous that was, it didn’t seem to keep this cowgirl down. By age twelve, she was singing in her step dad’s band.
♦   Back to the album, the mandolins used in most of the tracks give the songs a quiet bluegrass sound. But, in the title track, “Barbed Wire,” the mandolin is especially noticeable. I love the line in “Barbed Wire,” “I’m weathered, twisted, and I’m dangerous as hell.” Sarah expresses herself well.
♦   “See You In The Morning” is another track I like. Sarah went to her dad’s church one Sunday when she realized that her dad attended church every day. Out on the range, “as the sun came up, he bowed this head.” The ending is bittersweet, but it’s a well–written song.
♦   “I’m Sorry” is another favorite, a song of regret as Sarah sings a duet with Willy Braun. Their voices blend well. “Mackerel Sky” is another well–written piece as she looks for the ideal life, “not long wet not long dry.”
♦   The last track, “I Don’t Give My Heart” is a piece that is closer to classic country without the western, if that exist. It’s a good ending to a good album.
♦   Sarah and her husband, Merel Bregante, have put together an album that is an honest look at their lives and music. As Sarah says, “Barbed Wire tells the truth.” Stealing a line from the Blues Brothers movie, Barbed Wire shows two kinds of music, “country and western.” I’m JR Miller with High Note Reviews, and this is Sarah Pierce as though she is Barbed Wire. http://www.highnote.reviews/
Website: http://www.sarahpierce.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/sarahpierceband
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sarahpiercemusic
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/SarahPierceMusic
Website: http://daviddiers.com/

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