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When You Grow Up


Download links and information about When You Grow Up by Priscilla Ahn. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 45:09 minutes.

Artist: Priscilla Ahn
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 12
Duration: 45:09
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No. Title Length
1. When You Grow Up 3:02
2. One Day I Will Do 4:16
3. Oo La La 3:13
4. Vibe So Hot 2:25
5. City Lights (Pretty Lights) 3:23
6. I Don't Have Time to Be In Love 3:26
7. Cry Baby 3:14
8. Lost Cause 4:09
9. Empty House 4:26
10. I Will Get Over You 3:42
11. Elf Song 4:16
12. Torch Song 5:37



Rural Bernville, PA’s Priscilla Ahn has grown up into quite a sophisticated artist. Her second album, When I Grow Up, is a confident collection of songs from a young woman who has the ability to hold a room with a gentle, reflective folk song like “One Day I Will Do,” where her acoustic guitar and modest orchestration give her music the sound of a classic mid-‘60s folk album. The title track is a bit of an upmarket production, with some brilliant keyboard figures swirling around Ahn’s look at childhood. But mostly producer Ethan Johns keeps things fairly organic. She does a sultry cover of former collaborator Benji Hughes’ “Vibe So Hot.” “City Lights (Pretty Lights),” co-written with Inara George, slips towards a beautiful music-box Parisian sorrow. “I Don’t Have Time to Be In Love,” a duet with co-writer Charlie Wadhams, has a storybook feel. “I Will Get Over You” has a bright early-‘70s AM radio sound. But Ahn can still strip it down for intimacy’s sake as she does on the many ballads placed throughout the album.