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Friday, July 25, 2014, 4:22 a.m.

Van Etten traverses heartbreak; Flatts goes flat

A Sharon Van Etten Are We There Jagjaguwar There's this moment at the end of "Every Time the Sun Comes Up," the final song on this, the fourth album from New Jersey native Sharon Van Etten, when she cracks up in an infectious, girlish giggle. It's a heartening bit of levity that comes at the end of an 11-song cycle of intense, raw emotion. Just check the titles: "I Love ...

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