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Sarah Louise // Field Guide LP

Sarah Louise // Field Guide LP

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North Carolina guitarist Sarah Louise's 2015 debut, also released by Thrill Jockey, has been reissued on record. Six idyllic instrumental folk spun on a 12-string guitar. DL code included.

Edition of 100.

"Sarah Henson learned to play guitar and banjo at the foot of the black mountains in North Carolina. That's how the press text I've found, starts. Under the name Sarah Louise, she released two beautiful folk albums and especially her latest release Field Guide Is first and foremost a great fingerstyle, solo guitar album. In some songs she sings, but it's all centered around 12 string solo guitar compositions.

Her music is definitely colored by the land and the nature that surrounds her (at least that's what I know about Ashville, NC and the Blue Ridge Mountains). I imagine a creek that tumbles down the hills, glistening in the sun. That's what her guitar playing sounds like. That's probably why she named it Field Guide. "
-Dying For Bad Music.


"...Some of the tracks are inspired by old Appalachian hymns, while others have an almost far-Eastern meditative feel. It's really, really good. "
--Wake The Deaf

Artist: Sarah Louise

Label: Scissor Tail

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North Carolina guitarist Sarah Louise's 2015 debut, also released by Thrill Jockey, has been reissued on record. Six idyllic instrumental folk spun on a 12-string guitar. DL code included.

Edition of 100.

"Sarah Henson learned to play guitar and banjo at the foot of the black mountains in North Carolina. That's how the press text I've found, starts. Under the name Sarah Louise, she released two beautiful folk albums and especially her latest release Field Guide Is first and foremost a great fingerstyle, solo guitar album. In some songs she sings, but it's all centered around 12 string solo guitar compositions.

Her music is definitely colored by the land and the nature that surrounds her (at least that's what I know about Ashville, NC and the Blue Ridge Mountains). I imagine a creek that tumbles down the hills, glistening in the sun. That's what her guitar playing sounds like. That's probably why she named it Field Guide. "
-Dying For Bad Music.


"...Some of the tracks are inspired by old Appalachian hymns, while others have an almost far-Eastern meditative feel. It's really, really good. "
--Wake The Deaf

Artist: Sarah Louise

Label: Scissor Tail