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I don't really give a shit. Ms Tucek may well be articulating what a lot of us feel, especially when facing the watery mudslide of gutless nu-folk and stage school singer-songwriters with nothing to say that the bedroom recording revolution of recent years has unleashed upon us.
But it's a particularly bold statement from someone who is herself an actress-turned-singer-songwriter, promoting a second album based around the sudden death of her psychiatrist father, and which she describes as "an impressionistic rendering of a time ruled by grief. If someone is really baring their soul on record, it should feel to some degree uncomfortable to listen to; if it's too easy, too pleasant, then either you're not really listening or the artist is faking it.
With Get Well Soon , the temptation to wince away from the intimacy offered is reassuringly ever-present. Sarabeth's father suffered a fatal heart attack while out alone on a rowing boat on a lake; the cover of Get Well Soon is a painting of an empty rowboat floating on just such a lake. Don't really care for this, unfortunately. Sarabeth Tucek Get Well Soon 4. Review Summary: "Whoever told you beautiful things don't die? I can't wait to see you again. Rank: 0 for But upon careful listening, somber moments and moving tributes can be found around every corner of Get Well Soon , as Sarabeth Tucek displays admirable doses of fortitude and delivers the simplest yet most moving album of her young career.
Get Well Soon is still very much an acoustic album, as the vast majority of it could be likened to Barnaby Bright or perhaps even Papercranes, both of whom are at their best when they let the rawness of their instrumental talent set the tone for the album. After listening to Get Well Soon and hearing her story, the void in that boat on the cover begins to take on a different, much more depressing meaning.
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