Vinyl LP pressing. 2012 album from the singer/songwriter. Sean Rowe's Anti debut, Magic, turned a lot of heads, as press and fans discovered a distinctive new singer/songwriter. That album, recorded by Rowe himself, served as a great introduction to his talents, but now on the Salesman And the Shark, with full recording budget and time to hone his craft, Rowe has delivered the album he has always envisioned. With ambitious arrangements and beautiful songwriting, the Salesman And the Shark will establish Rowe as an artist to be reckoned with. At it's center is Rowe's astonishing voice, the instrument that has already earned him comparisons to masters from Van Morrison to Leonard Cohen. The Salesman And the Shark is an album made the old way, with a range of writing styles that showcase Rowe's intensely spiritual interaction with the modern world, and is sure to seal his reputation as a singer and writer for his generation.
1.1 Bring Back the Night 1.2 Flying 1.3 The Lonely Maze 1.4 Joe's Cult 1.5 Signs 1.6 The Wall 1.7 The Ballad of Buttermilk Falls 1.8 Horses 1.9 Old Shoes 1.10 Downwind 1.11 Thunderbird 1.12 Long Way Home