Saritah

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Saritah is an Australian singer-songwriter. She was born in Seoul, South Korea and brought up mostly in Perth, Western Australia. Nowadays she is based in Melbourne.[1]

Saritah delivers a potent combination of feminine spirit, conscious lyrics and heartful melodies whilst embodying a unique union of roots, reggae, soul, acoustic and dancehall. SARITAH has a positive vision for the future which shines through every word she sings and every note she plays.

A festival favourite with a vibrant stage presence, Saritah has toured consistently within Australia and abroad since the release of her debut album Gratitude (2004). Playfully powerful, Saritah’s live shows are colourful celebrations of life. Her songs are reflections, affirmations, invocations, revelations.

The new album DIG DEEP, due for release in November 2012, reveals Saritah at the next level of her career. Recorded in the hills of Montecito, California, the album deals with personal evolution as the starting point for global revolution. The songs on the album were birthed from personal experiences of joy, loss, and inspiration.

TEARS OF JOY, the first single off the album, is produced by Mario Caldato Jr. (Beastie Boys, Manu Chao, Jack Johnson, John Butler Trio, Beck) and is the soundtrack to good times shared with loved ones.

“overwhelming talent” Beat Magazine

Festivals Saritah has performed in Australia: The Big Day Out, West Coast Blues & Roots, Woodford Folk Festival, Peats Ridge Festival, Island Vibe Festival, Rainbow Serpent, Reggaetown, Nannup Music Festival, Viva Victoria, Shine On, Blues at Bridgetown Festival, Wide Open Spaces, Fairbrige Festival, OZASIA Festival, Kuranda Roots amongst others

And Internationally: Sierra Nevada World Music Festival (USA), Joshua Tree Music Festival (USA), North West World Reggae Fest (USA), Jeonju International Sori Festival (South Korea), Grant Mint Festival (South Korea), Greenroom Festival (Japan), Blue Skies Festival (Canada), Robson Valley Music Festival (Canada), and Mosaic Festival (Singapore) amongst others.


Gratitude (2004) track listing[edit]

  1. "Gratitude"
  2. "Pray"
  3. "Skin"
  4. "Journey"
  5. "Homeland"
  6. "Moving On"
  7. "Safe Again"
  8. "A Hore E Esta"
  9. "Continuous Cruiser"
  10. "Red-faced Man"
  11. "Nothing To Lose"

'These Days/You're The One'[edit]

An EP released in September 2005.[2]

Ancient Forward (2009)[edit]

This 2009 album was recorded at Brisbane’s Tanuki Lounge using producer/bass player Paulie B.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Millman, Audrey (7 August 2009). "Spirituality, Songs and Summer with Saritah". www.thedwarf.com.au. Retrieved 2010-01-17. 
  2. ^ "Sound Foundation / Saritah / These Days - You're The One EP". www.soundfoundation.com.au. Retrieved 2010-01-17. 
  3. ^ Dib, Lisa (3 August 2009). "Saritah announces new album, national tour". www.thedwarf.com.au. Retrieved 2010-01-17. 

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