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On March 31, acclaimed songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Rachel Baiman will release Common Nation of Sorrow. Baiman explores American capitalism and the devastation it manifests, while finding hope in these stories as a mechanism for activism. Baiman produced and recorded the album in her hometown of Nashville. "In some ways, this is a homecoming project for me", she says. "I wanted to explore these songs based on who and where I am, with the people who have raised me musically." The album was recorded with GRAMMY winner Sean Sullivan and mixed by famed engineer Tucker Martine (My Morning Jacket, First Aid Kit). Baiman has garnered a reputation for her specific brand of political and personal lyricism, which Vice's Noisey described as 'Flipping off authority one note at a time". This album is no exception, with Baiman pushing to new heights and delivering a heartbreaking, albeit beautiful, assessment of her country.
On March 31, acclaimed songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Rachel Baiman will release Common Nation of Sorrow. Baiman explores American capitalism and the devastation it manifests, while finding hope in these stories as a mechanism for activism. Baiman produced and recorded the album in her hometown of Nashville. "In some ways, this is a homecoming project for me", she says. "I wanted to explore these songs based on who and where I am, with the people who have raised me musically." The album was recorded with GRAMMY winner Sean Sullivan and mixed by famed engineer Tucker Martine (My Morning Jacket, First Aid Kit). Baiman has garnered a reputation for her specific brand of political and personal lyricism, which Vice's Noisey described as 'Flipping off authority one note at a time". This album is no exception, with Baiman pushing to new heights and delivering a heartbreaking, albeit beautiful, assessment of her country.
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Common Nation Of Sorrow
Artist: Rachel Baiman
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Some Strange Notion
2. Annie
3. Self Made Man
4. She Don't Know What to Sing About Anymore
5. Lovers and Leavers
6. Bad Debt
7. Old Songs Never Die
8. Bitter
9. Old Flame
10. Ways of the World

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On March 31, acclaimed songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Rachel Baiman will release Common Nation of Sorrow. Baiman explores American capitalism and the devastation it manifests, while finding hope in these stories as a mechanism for activism. Baiman produced and recorded the album in her hometown of Nashville. "In some ways, this is a homecoming project for me", she says. "I wanted to explore these songs based on who and where I am, with the people who have raised me musically." The album was recorded with GRAMMY winner Sean Sullivan and mixed by famed engineer Tucker Martine (My Morning Jacket, First Aid Kit). Baiman has garnered a reputation for her specific brand of political and personal lyricism, which Vice's Noisey described as 'Flipping off authority one note at a time". This album is no exception, with Baiman pushing to new heights and delivering a heartbreaking, albeit beautiful, assessment of her country.
        
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