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Sara Bareilles - What's Inside: Songs From Waitress (2015) [HDTracks]

10-04-2016, 16:54
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Title: What's Inside: Songs From Waitress
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Epic Records
Genre: Pop
Quality: FLAC (tracks) [24Bit/44,1kHz]
Total Time: 36:48
Total Size: 435 MB

What's Inside: Songs From Waitress, features songs from the upcoming Broadway musical Waitress, for which Sara wrote both music and lyrics. The musical, opening at Broadway's Brooks Atkinson Theatre in April 2016, had a recent run at The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) in Cambridge, MA.


01 - What's Inside
02 - Opening Up
03 - Door Number Three
04 - When He Sees Me
05 - Soft Place To Land
06 - Never Ever Getting Rid Of Me
07 - I Didn't Plan It
08 - Bad Idea [feat. Jason Mraz]
09 - You Matter To Me [feat. Jason Mraz]
10 - She Used To Be Mine
11 - Everything Changes
12 - Lulu's Pie Song

Of all the pop singer/songwriters who surfaced in the 21st century, Sara Bareilles may be uniquely qualified to write the songs for a Broadway musical. Indebted to tradition without being beholden to it, Bareilles always favors songs so exquisitely sculpted that their craft is never noticed, only felt, so she's a natural fit for Diane Paulus' adaptation of Adrienne Shelly's 2007 indie comedy-drama Waitress. What's Inside: Songs from Waitress isn't a cast album, it's Bareilles' recording of 12 songs from the production, and the highest compliment that can be paid is that it simultaneously plays as drama and as a sequel to her Grammy-nominated 2013 album The Blessed Unrest. Bright and open, What's Inside does feel of a piece with her 2010 album Kaleidoscope Heart – the presence of that album's producer Neal Avron, who sat out The Blessed Unrest, is apparent – and that warm, colorful sheen is enough to make the album play as pop: simply judged on its surface, it provides tangible pleasures. The nifty trick Bareilles pulls off on What's Inside is how the songs also contain a double-edge, serving the drama of the story while also playing as pure pop. Sure, there are flourishes that are pure musical theater – there's the opening fanfare of "What's Inside." "Never Ever Getting Rid of Me" is Gilbert & Sullivan by way of Todd Rundgren and the show-stopping ballad "She Used to Be Mine" almost seems to conjure a lonely spotlight – but never once do the songs on What's Inside feel in mere service to a plot. Taken on their own, they're lively, clever, and bold, and further evidence of Bareilles' versatility, elegance, and wit.

Sara Bareilles - What's Inside: Songs From Waitress (2015) [HDTracks]

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pspjoe   User offline   11 April 2016 20:28

Dead Links
Can reup. Thanks

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