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Shawn Colvin

All Fall Down

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June 11, 2012

This companion set to Diamond In The Rough, Shawn Colvin's memoir about battling depression while courting her muse, is a dark journey lyrically: Good folks fail, lovers betray, salvation is an even bet at best. But the music, including the guitars of Bill Frissell and Buddy Miller, heals. And "American Jerusalem" will resonate for anyone who ever hated the Big Apple, even for a New York minute.

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