Sounds Like: JoniMitchell.com, Judee Sill, Jackson Browne
Manager: Kim Harnett
Bio: Caitlin Harnett hails from Sydney, Australia but her songs evoke Laurel Canyon of the early 1970s. They share the personal and poetic nature of Joni Mitchell and Jackson Browne’s early songs, along with the fragility of Judee Sill, youthful in their outlook but with age-old concerns at their core...See Full Bio
““The Raven is as pretty a song as you'll hear this year, and like the album's opener, Saviour (I Tried), is filled with small flutters and warm air, sung with a lingering sadness. Sadness gives the lightly stepping, brass and strings-punctuated Benny a sense of pain to come, and the jauntier For A While Now a counterweight to the punchy acoustic rhythm. It lends the country rockish Honey Are You Alright a good dusting of Lucinda Williams to balance its Jackson Browne sweetness and plants Darling It's You in a folk bed previously made by Laura Marling. t's never a glum album though; the songs too warm and inviting, the spirit underneath too strong, to deter engagement. That said, if Harnett was tempted into becoming what Bragg called "a little black cloud in a dress", you'd go along for the ride."””
Ask Caitlin Harnett anything...
Q: What are the actually lyrics to 'into the wild'?
A: Counting patterns that we made in the back of our old car We're getting high and floating away And the dandelions they blow in the places that we've been We will never go home I can honestly say that I'm not leaving I'd go into the wild with you Until our feet get cold and the air gets thicker Into the wild with you Until our feet get cold and the air gets thicker The first day that it rained we drove to the highest place Just to stand and feel it You said we'd be okay, that we'd make it through today And never lose this fever I can honestly say that I'm not leaving I'd go into the wild with you Until our feet get cold and the air gets thicker Into the wild with you Until our feet get cold and the air gets thicker
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