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Enfants - Paru le 26 mars 2021 | New West Records

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Intended as a children's album, Under the Pepper Tree does indeed have a sweet, gentle undercurrent flowing through its 15 songs. Some of this warmth derives from the tunes Sara Watkins chose. Picking songs that gave her comfort as a child, Watkins weaves such 20th century standards as "Moon River," "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," and "You'll Never Walk Alone" among tunes plucked from Disney films ("When You Wish Upon a Star"), Willy Wonka ("Pure Imagination"), and the Beatles ("Good Night"). It's an openhearted blend whose inclusivity is underscored by the presence of Watkins' two main bands: Nickel Creek appears on "Blue Shadows on the Trail" and I'm with Her on "Tumbling Tumbleweeds." The soft focus of Under the Pepper Tree is alluring, even soothing -- a record that could calm the nerves of frazzled parents as they put their child to sleep at the end of a long day. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
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Country - Paru le 3 avril 2009 | Nonesuch

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Pop - Paru le 8 mai 2012 | Nonesuch

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Révélée par Nickel Creek, la jeune et talentueuse Sara Watkins - portée à ses débuts en solo par John Paul Jones - sort ce nouvel album de blue grass, exceptionnel. S'y dévoilent un véritable talent de multi-instrumentiste et de compositeur/interprète. Ce nouvel album est un mélange heureux de compositions et de reprises, il nous offre aussi un duo avec Fiona Apple extrêmement touchant et accueille des invités de marque tels que Jackson Browne, Taylor Goldsmith (Dawes), Benmont Tench…
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Country - Paru le 1 juillet 2016 | New West Records

Un secret très bien gardé que cette Sara Watkins… Surtout, une figure attachante de l’Americana qui publie ici son troisième album, le premier à paraître sur l’excellent label New West Records qui abrite des gens de goût parmi lesquels Steve Earle, Corb Lund, Robert Ellis ou bien encore Daniel Romano. Un disque mêlant, avec un vrai savoir-faire, country, bluegrass, folk et rock’n’roll au service de chansons franchement brillantes et d’une voix de toute beauté. © MD/Qobuz
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Country - Paru le 1 juillet 2016 | New West Records

Don't read too much into the title of Young in All the Wrong Ways, Sara Watkins' third solo album. Certainly, the Nickel Creek singer/violinist isn't necessarily acting deliberately youthful here -- the record isn't as brightly pop as its 2012 predecessor, Sun Midnight Sun -- but that doesn't mean that bluegrass factors heavily into the equation either. Young in All the Wrong Ways does make feints to roots music -- if it weren't for the stylishly sculpted fuzz guitar, "The Truth Won't Set Us Free" could be suited for a honky tonk hardwood floor, while "One Last Time" contains some fleet-fingered picking -- but the record feels settled and assured as it leans into its maturation. A large part of its charm lies in its ease. Watkins never is particularly forceful -- she seems to lead from her voice, reveling in its lightness but also letting it bruise when it verges toward heartbreak -- but she's certainly considered, choosing her topics and tempos with care. Young in All the Wrong Ways underscores this sense of craft by accentuating steady, almost thundering, rock rhythms, anxious guitars, and also delicately structured ballads that function as tonic to the bold incidents elsewhere. It's a brief album, ten songs lasting no longer than 41 minutes, but it feels deep due to its nicely shifting sounds and styles, not to mention the sense that Watkins is setting into her own skin here. She's never seemed awkward -- the opposite, really, releasing her first album with Nickel Creek when she was a teenager -- but what makes Young in All the Wrong Ways resonate is how it touches upon her bluegrass and folk roots while feeling entirely different: the work of a musician who is integrating the whole of her influences into an idiosyncratic voice. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
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Country - Paru le 22 avril 2016 | New West Records

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Pop - Paru le 29 janvier 2010 | Nonesuch

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