Recensie: Ciara Sidine – Unbroken Line

Ciara Sidine – Unbroken Line
Format: CD / Label: Eigen Beheer
Releasedatum: 21 september 2017

Tekst:  Iain Patience

‘Unbroken Line’ is a sophomore release from a young Irish singer-songwriter who is clearly a lady to watch out for on the evidence of this offering. This is a true delight, an album that is self-assured, confident, melodic and genuinely delightful. In other words, an album worth grabbing.

Ciara Sidine is largely viewed as ‘folk-singer’, a description that simply belies her own class, style and versatility. This could easily be a top-notch East Nashville production, and in almost every way does indeed suggest this pedigree and grounding. Instead, it comes from Sidine’s own roots in Dublin and shimmers and echoes with hints of her Irish folkie colleague, Mary Black, while always having a deeply connected modern Americana sound and feel throughout.

It’s not difficult to pick out influences like Alison Krauss and EmmyLou Harris here at times, but despite these apparent pulsing connections, Sidine manages to remain innovative, interesting and original at all times.  ‘Unbroken Line’ is one of those rare things, a delightful, captivating release worthy of any modern Americana-roots lover’s attention.


Tracks:
01. Finest Flower
02. Woman Of Constant Sorrow
03. 2 Hard 2 Get 2 Heaven
04. Watching The Dark
05. Wooden Bridge
06. River Road
07. Take Me With You
08. Lemme Drive Your Train
09. Trouble Come Find Me
10. Unbroken Line
11. Let the Rain Fall
12. Little Bird Song

Website: Ciara Sidine

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