Sarah Harmer and Jason Euringer
Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Sole release as a duo, Songs for Clem (1999)
Other downhome-type performers
This may likely be a one-off project by this duo. See album comments below
Recommended first album:
Songs for Clem is their sole recording as a duo
Songs for Clem (1999)
1999—Cold Snap Music—CD855-21
Highly recommended for fans of Sarah Harmer or stripped-down versions of folk/country/pop standards
Spencer Evans—clarinet, ragtime piano, vocals (6)
Originally intended as a 1998 Christmas gift for her father, Clem Harmer, this is Sarah and Jason's personal, home-recorded renditions of pop and country standards. An earthy, down-home recording is earthy, down-home songs, like "Blue Moon of Kentucky", "Tennessee Waltz" "Stormy Weather," "Your Cheatin' Heart" "Summertime", "Sentimental Journey". It says "recorded on the back porch" and it definitely has a home-grown feel to it. Fun, and I love Sarah Harmer's voice, even when she goes country. (Neile)
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