Another Side (Reimagined / Acoustic) Rachael Sage

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  • 1The Place Of Fun (Reimagined / Acoustic)03:55
  • 2Albatross (Reimagined / Acoustic)03:53
  • 3Deepest Dark (Reimagined / Acoustic)03:56
  • 4Rebecca (Reimagined / Acoustic)03:37
  • 5Whistle Blow (Reimagined / Acoustic)03:19
  • 6The Other Side (Reimagined / Acoustic)03:36
  • 7Forgive Me This (Reimagined / Acoustic)03:39
  • 8Butterflies At Night (Reimagined / Acoustic)03:44
  • 9No Regrets (Reimagined / Acoustic)03:11
  • 10Only You (Reimagined / Acoustic)03:22
  • 11Flowers For Free (Reimagined / Acoustic)03:22
  • 12Breathe (Reimagined / Acoustic)04:31
  • 13I Made A Case (Reimagined / Acoustic)04:34
  • Total Runtime48:39

Info for Another Side (Reimagined / Acoustic)

Alt-folk-pop singer-songwriter Rachael Sage is set to release Another Side, an acoustic companion album to Sage's critically acclaimed record, The Other Side (via MPress Records). The organic, entirely reimagined arrangements bring Sage's intimate vocals front and center, resulting in lush versions of her most carefully crafted, exquisitely realized work yet. Here, the acclaimed singer-songwriter has stripped back to the inner roots of The Other Side. Shamelessly emotional and musically confident, this sublime unwrapping of Sage's latest collection of songs leaves the listener mesmerized by memorable Americana-infused hooks and folk-fueled poeticism. Sage's timeless writing reminds us what's most important is always worth waiting for, via songs steeped in just the right amount of best-is-yet-to-come optimism.

Produced by Sage and recorded/mixed by Mikhail Pivovarov and Grammy® winner Andy Zulla, Sage's living room-style versions include vocal contributions from breakthrough folk artist Crys Matthews, Americana vocal duo Annalyse & Ryan, and Nashville singer-songwriters Amy Speace and Grace Pettis. Longtime collaborators Kelly Halloran (violin), Dave Eggar (Cello), Trina Hamlin (harmonica), and percussionists Quinn (Tracy Chapman) and Katie Marie (Sophie B. Hawkins) lay the intricate foundation of the record.

About the inspiration behind Another Side, Rachael shared: "Making these new arrangements after touring behind the original record, I was definitely coming from a totally different place. As a songwriter, the longer a song has been in my repertoire, the more varied and nuanced the meaning becomes. The lyrics are always informed by what's going on in my life, but even more importantly, by the wider world and the triumphs and struggles I witness people going through wherever I'm travelling. I wanted to get just a bit more vulnerable and down-to-earth with these newly reimagined versions…and really strip things down to something I might present in a house concert setting; we listen to each other more meaningfully when the volume is turned down sometimes, and that's the kind of connection I relish so much as a songwriter."

Rachael Sage, vocals, guitar
Kelly Halloran, violin
Dave Eggar, cello
Trina Hamlin, harmonica
Katie Marie, percussion

Rachael Sage
Since founding her own label MPress Records two decades ago, NYC-based folk-pop artist Rachael Sage has steadily released a slew of vibrant, dynamic albums described by Goldmine Magazine as "mesmerizing...thoughtful, pensive and flush with an emotional flourish, all carefully and adeptly executed." She has toured with an eclectic list of artists including Rufus Wainwright, Ani DiFranco, Beth Hart, Howard Jones, and Grammy® winners Shawn Colvin and Judy Collins – with whom she also recorded a critically-acclaimed duet of Neil Young's "Helpless". In addition to being a six-time Independent Music Award-winning musician and producer, Sage is also a John Lennon Contest Grand Prize winner who has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe, SXSW, and toured globally from Japan to Berlin with her band, The Sequins. Sage is also a visual artist and former ballet dancer who performed with the New York City Ballet. A self-described "cancer thriver", she is additionally a philanthropic advocate who has raised money for a wide range of causes, including Foundation For Women's Cancer, WHY Hunger, American Refugee Committee, and National Network For Youth (NN4Y). Her 2020 album Character yielded the Billboard-charting single "Blue Sky Days", and her side-project Poetica, an adventurous fusion of poetry with jazz, classical and Americana musical elements in the vein of Leonard Cohen and Laurie Anderson debuted in October 2021. Rachael's sparkling cover version of the Yazoo classic "Only You", from her full-length album The Other Side, reached #32 on the Mediabase Top 40 radio chart. Her singles "I Made A Case (feat Howard Jones)" and “Deepest Dark” are out now, with her companion acoustic album Another Side due Spring 2024 on MPress/Universal/Virgin.

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