"SASO has delivered a debut album that deserves to be heard by as many people in this world as possible.  Each and every track on The Levee is surrounded with an unlimited amount of artistry and brings an overall calmness to the listener which will have them forgetting about this chaotic world we live in." -Melissa Landrin, WordKrapht
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"His infectious style of delivery on the tune had me reminiscing on another Texas singer-songwriter who has long impressed withi his shrewd probing work, Darden Smith." -Maurice Hope, Americana UK
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"Imagine a Venn diagram with one circle representing well-written songs, and the other circle representing songs with hit single potential.  "Stephanie" would be part of that intersection between the circles." -Ghost of Blind Lemon
"['Looking For Eliza' is] an infectious track that clocks in at barely over two minutes, all the while bursting with upbeat guitar that straddles the line between the fervor and intonation of bluegrass and Flamenco."  —Elmore Magazine
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"Heart stirring Americana from wandering folk troubadour SASO. Stephanie is a gorgeous guitar driven ballad that is pulled from his forthcoming LP The Leave slated for a release this upcoming January." —Diamond Deposits
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"It’s the first taste of singer-songwriter Jaime Saso’s debut LP, and one that’ll probably sound just as good on bigger stages or while drinking all sorts of different kinds of beverages." —Cory Graves , Central Track
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"The track glides by in its shimmering sentiment, which lands perfectly because of Jamie Saso’s deep, full and weathered vocals."—Magnet Magazine
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"This first taste of his music showcases a complex and insightful personality retelling the strange and beautiful tales of their travels."—Indie Folk Americana
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"'Stephanie possesses a smoothness that is bound to remind the listener of 1970’s singer songwriter material." —Ghost of Blind Lemon
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