New Music from Sara Hoxie
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Sara and Tim at After hours Studio.
This album “For the Time We’re Here” by Sara Hoxie paints a picture of the wilderness of Northern California. Songs describe deep canyons, wildfires, white water rivers, high mountains; even the legend of Bigfoot is told in the song, Footprints. Harmonies, cello, fiddle and acoustic instrumentation blend together to create the dynamic sound.
Prayer for Feather River tells of the Chips Fire on the Feather River Canyon. Tell You the Story Again is a lullaby for mountain kids. Sweet Klamath River describes the river, its geology, and natural and human history and touches on the environmental/political dilemma the Klamath River faces. This song has rich harmonies and a sweet harmonica. There are fun songs that are easy to learn and to sing, catchy earworms like Hells Bells Loretta and Five Pounds of Sugar that will stay with you and be there when you wake in the morning. Stompin’ Ground reflects the genuine ownership locals have to the Trinity Mountains. There are lyrics like in Canyon Anthem, and Lucky Ones that may be reshaped into new layers of meaning each time they are heard.
The title cut, For the Time We’re Here is the last song on the album. This song, written partly on Donner Summit and partly on the Trinity River refers to both places and the meaning of our role here and now in this time. With intelligent lyrics, great musicianship and masterful recording this album is perfect for your trip through the mountains, on your way to or from a backpacking trip or just for easy background. For the Time We’re Here will present you with something new each time it is played.