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Pinkie is a one-man band led by Alex Sharkey, a former member of the British band Brighter. Sharkey has released a series of EPs in recent years, each of them more memorable and even sweeter than the last. Although it is quite dreamy and at times almost too somber to endure, Pinkie is one of the few bands that sounds sincere in his earnest delivery. Just before the album wraps up with the outro entitled "Still Outside My Window" that brings the record full circle, Pinkie gives the listener one last nugget. There's Always Sometimes" is the tune Morrissey would record if he could play piano. A bit maudlin but still quite infectious, Pinkie's near angelic offering glides effortlessly. It might be his first but sadly it might also be his best album! pinkie sharon fussy.
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Epic is the second studio album by American singer–songwriter Sharon Van Etten. The album was released on September 21, 2010. Epic was recorded and mixed over 11 days in Philadelphia between May 28, 2010 and June 6, 2010 at Miner Street Recordings with producer Brian McTear. The album features guest performances by singers Cat Martino and Meg Baird; Jessica Larrabee and Andy LaPlant of the band She Keeps Bees; and David Hartley of The War on Drugs and the band Nightlands.
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Recorded and mixed at Rainbow Bridge Studio in Libertyville, IL, September 12, 1987.
Category Country Year. MP57 Pinkie Sharon Fussy (CD, Album) Mushroom Pillow MP57 Spain 2004.
CBS repackaged the "Sharon O'Neill" album to include this song and called it "Words". The single reached number 26 and also charted in Australia. Her third new album, "Maybe" came out in 1981. Sharon had put together a band to promote the album and it included her husband on guitar. Together they toured and landed the job as support act to Boz Scaggs on his Australian tour. This exposure was what she needed to broaden her audience and with its success she moved to Australia to settle . There was also an Australian compilation album released that contained 8 songs by Australian artist Collette and 8 songs by Sharon.
|1||Outside My Window||0:50|
|2||Someone I'll Never Be||5:28|
|4||Say After Me||3:49|
|5||Long Live Dreams||3:49|
|6||Want It To Work This Time||4:41|
|7||The Near Distance||2:03|
|8||Who Is It Now?||7:00|
|10||Don't Forget To Sign||0:42|
|13||There's Always Sometimes||4:35|
|14||Still Outside My Window||0:44|
|16||Now Or Never||2:57|
|Plantingseeds 027||Pinkie||Sharon Fussy (CD, Album)||Planting Seeds Records||Plantingseeds 027||US||2004|