Sarah Brown

Sarah Brown

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Biography


Album Title: Sarah Brown
Release Date: July 07, 2006
Produced by: Murray and Rodney Fisher – Goodshirt
Executive Producer/A&R/Manager – Grant Hislop – Goodshirt, Pluto, Opshop
Label: Hark Entertainment/Boo Music
Current Single: Hands – video by Kezia Barnett (Goodshirt/Pluto)
Best Props: “That Girl’s Got Something Goin’ On!” Seymour Stein (Madonna, The Ramones)
Currently playing on Sarah Brown’s iPod: Amos Lee, JJ Cale & Jimi Hendrix on high rotation.
Key Influences: Amos Lee, Dusty Springfield, Marvin Gaye, Jill Scott, Bic Runga, The Beatles, Al Green, India Arie, Peggy Lee, Eta James, Lauryn Hill, The Finn Brothers, Che Fu, Jeff Buckley, Eva Cassidy, Doris Day, Nancy Sinatra, Gasoline Cowboy, Joni Mitchell, Nick Cave, Elvis.
On sale: Nationwide - Real Groovy, The CD Store, Sounds Music Stores.
Online at www.sarahbrown.co.nz.

Determined to produce an album with it’s own flavour, Sarah experiments with many musicians and producers searching for the sound that would express her songs in the best and most unique way.

Friendships via management stable mates with Murray & Rodney Fisher resulted in a production partnership for Sarah’s debut album. They locked themselves in Rod and Murray’s home studio & the songs began to flow.

Sarah sang & played her guitar on every track. Backing vocals were shared with Rodney, who also played an array of instruments.

Murray took the production reins & lent his musicianship wherever required. Guest musicians for the album included Michael Franklin-Browne on drums (Pluto), Mike Hall (Pluto), Rio Hemopo (Trinity Roots) and Vanessa McGowan all played the bass.

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