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Dripping Springs

Joana Serrat

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1
Western Cold Wind
Joana Serrat
4:07
2
Lost Battles
Joana Serrat
3:20
3
Trapped in the Fog
Joana Serrat
3:18
4
Unnamed
Joana Serrat
6:10
5
Farewell
Joana Serrat
2:42
6
Shadows of Time
Joana Serrat
3:26
7
Candles
Joana Serrat
5:24
8
Come Closer
Joana Serrat
2:25
9
The Garden
Joana Serrat
3:17
10
Walk in Sin
Joana Serrat
3:01
11
Keep on Fallin'
Joana Serrat
4:46
Total Playing Time    41:56
“Dripping Springs is an album that continues Serrat’s exploration of sound and it sounds so much better, the sounds richer and the melodies more stunning, with Electro melodies with a Folk sound that works... from start to finish.”
- Vicky Caswell, Thinking Lyrically

Dripping Springs is Joana Serrat's fourth album in five years, and for this effort the Barcelonian singer-songwriter travelled to a small town near Austin, Texas, to work with well-loved American folk artist and producer Israel Nash. The result is a beguiling set of 11 brooding, moving and captivating songs that feature her arresting, breathy vocals.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Loose Music Studio Masters

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