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'Sama Dams is a band who, despite your go-to thought, is not named after the former mayor of [Portland, OR]. A different guy named Sam Adams is the central singer and guitarist of the band, which started as a solo project and has evolved into a multi-faceted, highly textured, and intricate sound, reminiscent of Radiohead and Dirty Projectors. The addition of Lisa Adams (keys, vocals) and Chris Hermsen (drums), combined with Sam's cathartic vocals-which range from slight whispers to skewed, surprising tonal yelps-never cease to bring the audience to a moment of awe and appreciation of their experimental, ghostly compositions.' Rachel Milbauer, in the Portland Mercury.
'Sama Dams is a band who, despite your go-to thought, is not named after the former mayor of [Portland, OR]. A different guy named Sam Adams is the central singer and guitarist of the band, which started as a solo project and has evolved into a multi-faceted, highly textured, and intricate sound, reminiscent of Radiohead and Dirty Projectors. The addition of Lisa Adams (keys, vocals) and Chris Hermsen (drums), combined with Sam's cathartic vocals-which range from slight whispers to skewed, surprising tonal yelps-never cease to bring the audience to a moment of awe and appreciation of their experimental, ghostly compositions.' Rachel Milbauer, in the Portland Mercury.
887516496097
Sama Dams - No Vengeance

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Format: CD
Label: CDB
Rel. Date: 03/26/2013
UPC: 887516496097

No Vengeance
Artist: Sama Dams
Format: CD
New: In Stock $9.99
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'Sama Dams is a band who, despite your go-to thought, is not named after the former mayor of [Portland, OR]. A different guy named Sam Adams is the central singer and guitarist of the band, which started as a solo project and has evolved into a multi-faceted, highly textured, and intricate sound, reminiscent of Radiohead and Dirty Projectors. The addition of Lisa Adams (keys, vocals) and Chris Hermsen (drums), combined with Sam's cathartic vocals-which range from slight whispers to skewed, surprising tonal yelps-never cease to bring the audience to a moment of awe and appreciation of their experimental, ghostly compositions.' Rachel Milbauer, in the Portland Mercury.
        
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