The Sparrow and the Crow

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/7/2009
  • Label: Downtown
  • UPC: 878037008029
  • Catalog Number: 70080
  • Sales rank: 63,665

Album Credits

Performance Credits
William Fitzsimmons Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Hi String
Sean Hurley Electric Bass
Marshall Altman Piano, Vocals
Jonathan Flaugher Upright Bass
Aaron Sterling Percussion, Drums
Caitlin Crosby Vocals
Priscilla Ahn Guest Appearance
Technical Credits
Marshall Altman Programming, Producer, Engineer
William Fitzsimmons Composer, Writer
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    the sparrow and the crow...what a find

    This album was given to me by a friend, and I have to say, I owe them a lot! I love the sound of William's voice, it's so soft and husky, reminding me of Ray LaMontagne. His songs are sad and sweet, and the music is lovely. I haven't stopped playing this album in weeks, and plan to keep playing it.*

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  • Posted October 29, 2010

    Beautiful, relaxing, comforting music

    I love this album; every song on it. William Fitzsimmons' simple, honest music perfectly captures true sadness in a soft, humble collection of songs. I would recommend this to anyone that has had a hard time with relationships or even just wants to relax. I would give this 50 stars instead of 5 if I could.

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