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All Fall Down by Shawn Colvin

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All Fall Down

Shawn Colvin

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Album

All Fall Down

Shawn Colvin

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Label: Nonesuch
Shawn Colvin is known for her direct lyrics and understated, airy music; and All Fall Down follows suit. In "Knowing What I Know Now," Colvin looks back on a failed relationship, summing it up with, "We had a love and it all went wrong/ I had a dream, and you let me down." Meanwhile, "Anne of the Thousand Days" looks at the unraveling of a relationship. In the narrative, Colvin goes from smug victor to yet another disappointed lover. A stellar cast, including Emmylou Harris, Jakob Dylan, Stuart Duncan and Alison Krauss, among others, adds to the complexity of Colvin's rich, colorful tapestry.

About This Album

Shawn Colvin is known for her direct lyrics and understated, airy music; and All Fall Down follows suit. In "Knowing What I Know Now," Colvin looks back on a failed relationship, summing it up with, "We had a love and it all went wrong/ I had a dream, and you let me down." Meanwhile, "Anne of the Thousand Days" looks at the unraveling of a relationship. In the narrative, Colvin goes from smug victor to yet another disappointed lover. A stellar cast, including Emmylou Harris, Jakob Dylan, Stuart Duncan and Alison Krauss, among others, adds to the complexity of Colvin's rich, colorful tapestry.

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About This Album

Shawn Colvin is known for her direct lyrics and understated, airy music; and All Fall Down follows suit. In "Knowing What I Know Now," Colvin looks back on a failed relationship, summing it up with, "We had a love and it all went wrong/ I had a dream, and you let me down." Meanwhile, "Anne of the Thousand Days" looks at the unraveling of a relationship. In the narrative, Colvin goes from smug victor to yet another disappointed lover. A stellar cast, including Emmylou Harris, Jakob Dylan, Stuart Duncan and Alison Krauss, among others, adds to the complexity of Colvin's rich, colorful tapestry.