Beautiful Ride (mp3)
Lake Pontchartrain (mp3)
Mentone, Alabama (mp3)
I Still Miss Someone (mp3)
Summer's End (mp3)
Short Side Of Nothing (mp3)
Made Of Stars (mp3)
It Don't Make Sense (if we can't make peace) (mp3)
Boys in The Cornfield (mp3)
Includes contributions from Susan Cowsill, Gurf Morlix, Peter Holsapple (Continental Drifters, dB's, R.E.M), Harvey Gold (Half Cleveland, Waitresses) , and Caitlin Cary (Tres Chicas,Whiskeytown).
"Made Of Stars" also features performances by James Mastro (Ian Hunter, Jayhawks, Bongos), Graham Maby (Natalie Merchant, Joe Jackson), Ted Lyons, Fred Smith (Television), and Rich Feridun.
Take Me To The Water (mp3)
Going To California (mp3)
I Can't Understand
Here Come The Memories
Old Man As He Walks Out The Door (mp3)
Blue, Blue Heaven (mp3)
Ain't No Ash Will Burn
Mockingbird includes contributions from Gene Parsons (The Byrds), Tift Merritt, Marshall Crenshaw, Caitlin Cary (Tres Chicas,Whiskeytown), Fred Smith (Television), and Thad Cockrell.
Mockingbird also features performances by James Mastro (Ian Hunter, Jayhawks, Bongos), Graham Maby (Natalie Merchant, Joe Jackson), Brandon Bush (Train recordings), Faye Hunter (Let's Active), John Teer (Chatham County Line), Ted Lyons, Chris Stamey, and NYC guitar ace Rich Feridun.
To The River
We Can't Pretend Anymore
Take It Easy
Off My Feet
Falling In Love With You
Too Late To Cry
Best Heartache I've ever known
Kiss Me Again
Includes players veteran jazz-rock bassist, Fernando Saunders (Marianne Faithful, Lou Reed, Jeff Beck, Tori Amos, John McLaughlin, Heart) guitarist Chieli Minucci (Celine Dion, Lionel Richie, Jennifer Lopez, Jewel, Mark Anthony, Jessica Simpson, Anastasia and leader of the Grammy-nominated contemporary jazz group Special EFX), pianist, Alan Smallwood (Lionel Hampton,Tony Williams, Chris Botti, Garth Hudson) and percussionist, J.T. Lewis (Sting, Lou Reed, Herbie Hancock,Vanessa Williams).
The Old Man As He Walked Out The Door
Where Have You Gone?
And I Found A River
Going In The Country
But Now I See That You're Leaving Me
Can You Feel Morning Inside You
Includes bluegrass guitar star, Jack Lawrence (known for his work with Doc Watson) along with many other well known musicians from NC.
Recently sold on eBay for $76, Bird is a very nice album of gentle, peacenik folk recorded in 1978 that integrates some unique instruments, such as the hurdy-gurdy and a moog string ensemble, into the mix. Spring plays in a very similar style to the likes of Marrisa Nadler, Josephine Foster, Judee Sill, artists associated with the modern resurgance of "psych folk". The tune "Can You Feel Morning Inside You?" is especially beautiful and a personal favorite of the seller.
"Made Of Stars is one of the most accomplished and emotional albums you are likely to hear this year, it is intoxicatingly beautiful. Simply put, this is an album to treasure..." - Americana UK - 9 stars!
"her mature, full, warm and clear feminine voice... reminds me of ... Emmylou Harris, Natalie Merchant or Tracy Chapman" - Das Rock, Germany
"...striking results can be heard... Sally's inviting voice ... (her) first-rate compositions..." - No Depression, USA
“Sally, the album is great!!! your awesome CD “pulls out the Chair” on next week’s show…. when a great CD of music reaches my ears. Can’t wait till my listeners hear it! You are still made of stars~it didn’t ever wear off from your childhood, trust me! The whole CD is a shining star! “- WUCX, Michigan – Trish Lewis
“I’ve been lucky enough to see & meet Sally on my past visits to Austin for SXSW. She’s a great performer & the new record (Made Of Stars),like the last, is a cracker & will be in my best releases for 2010.” - 3INR, Australia – Colin Fielding
“Absolutely love the new Sally Spring CD, beautifully conceived folk with an edge of country!” - CKUA, Canada – Tom Coxworth
"Sally's rendention of Cash's 'I Still Miss Someone' is achingly beautiful!" - WMBR , Boston – Doug Gesler
"There's a reason singer-songwriter guitarist Sally Spring is No. 1 on the Americana radio charts in Europe (and topping all other similar charts in the U.S., as well)-it's because she is so evocative of some of the greatest British female folk singers like Sandy Denny, Linda Thompson, and the early, warbling Marianne Faithfull (the moody blue “Mattie” marries all those artists in the unique voice that is Spring’s)...
Her version of Johnny Cash's "I Still Miss Someone" is extraordinary, with its quivering guitar, straight out of a David Lynch project; she slows it down Cat Power style, and can proudly stand up to any other artist who has recorded this song, including greats like Joan Baez and Dolly Parton...." examiner.com