Voice Brother & Sister. Redeye Distribution (от лица компании "Misra Records").
The song 'Half Sick Of Shadows' by Summer Hymns has a tempo of 114 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Voice Brother and Sister'.
Mastered By, Mixed By – Chris Colbert, Summer Hymns. Organ, Clarinet, Backing Vocals, Keyboards – Dottie Alexander. Recorded By – Chris Bishop (3), Chris Colbert. Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Banjo, Electric Piano, Sampler, Marimba, Organ – Zachary Gresham. Written-By – Zachary Gresham. 모. Recorded August 1998 and May 1999 in Athens, Georgia and in Nashville, Tennessee.
Voice Brother & Sister.
Voice Brother and Sister remains, in many ways, the perfect summer record- the hazy, gorgeous melodies and slurred psychedelic production affords it an inexplicable quality of heat and comfort. Considering all this, it's not surprising my expectations for A Celebratory Arm Gesture were ridiculously high. It's one of the few albums I've actually spent a good deal of time worrying about before hearing
Voice Brother and Sister is an album in the classic sense. Not a record, not a bunch of songs, but an album. Every single element of Voice Brother and Sister- from the hazy summer imagery depicted on the cover, to the beautiful, laid-back melodies, to the unique and imaginative instrumentation- fit together without a hitch, adding up to what could be the perfect "summer" album. Nevertheless, Lift Your Skinny Fists like Antennas to Heaven was an almost indigestibly massive double album of stunning innovation and strange new directions for the sullen nontet. Taking baby steps away from the symphonic vitriol of the Slow Riot for New Zero Kanada EP, the band's latest release flirted with shoegazing, ambient drift, thick drone rock, and new classical.
Voice Brother and Sister. Athens, Georgia's Summer Hymns arose in 1997 from singer/guitarist Zachary Gresham's desire to find an outlet for material that did not seem suited for a typical rock band. View full artist profile. A Celebratory Arm Gesture. Value Series, Volume 1: Fools Gold. 2. Showing official release groups by this artist. Show all release groups instead, or show various artists release groups.
Brother/Sister is the debut album by the band Hymns. It was released by Rock Ridge Music on October 10, 2006, and regarded as "infectious" by John Norris of MTV News. Brother/Sister - 2:57. Friends of Mine - 4:08.
Brother Sister (Brand New Heavies album). Redirected from Brother Sister). Brother Sister is an album by the Brand New Heavies, released on March 22, 1994 by Delicious Vinyl. It spawned several singles, including "Spend Some Time" which spent two weeks at number two on the American dance charts. A cover of Maria Muldaur's "Midnight at the Oasis" became popular in the UK, but was not included in the US version of the album.
|Beginning To See||1:32|
|Mr. Brewer (Cackle, Cackle)||5:33|
|Stick Your Tail In The Wind||3:55|
|A Songbird I Will Find||0:23|
|Half Sick Of Shadows||2:01|
|I Shall Miss Missing You||1:57|
|In Crumb's Mind||1:39|
|Miriam Moon Is Best Friends With The Stars At Nite...||4:03|
|MSR002||Summer Hymns||Voice Brother And Sister (CD, Album)||Misra||MSR002||US||2000|
|MSR002||Summer Hymns||Voice Brother And Sister (LP, Album)||Misra||MSR002||US||2000|
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