A Year In The Country - In Every Mind (Night Edition) FLAC
|2||Scrabble And Abrade||2:11|
|5||It Doth Blow||3:18|
|10||The Music Box||4:04|
|11||The Need To Live||3:46|
|12||In Every Mind||3:5|
|Transmission Resonances: Volume 1||A Year In The Country||In Every Mind (Dawn Edition) (CDr, Album)||A Year In The Country||Transmission Resonances: Volume 1||UK||2015|
Box-set contains: album on all black CDr, 10 page string bound booklet, 25mm badge pack,
2 x stickers.
Audiological contents: 12 pathways/tracks. 46 minutes;
Eternal Strigiformes, Escapees, It Doth Blow, Scrabble and Abrade, In Every Mind, Tick Tock, Light Catching, The Journey, Perceive, The Need To Live, The Music Box, An Idyll.
Custom printed and hand-finished by A Year In The Country using archival Giclée pigment ink.
This is the first audiological research and pathways case study constructed solely by
A Year In The Country.
"In contrast to the telling of tales from the wald/wild wood in times gone by, today the stories that have become our cultural folklore we discover, treasure, pass down, are informed and inspired by, are often those that are transmitted into the world via the airwaves, the (once) cathode ray machine in the corner of the room, the zeros and ones that flitter around the world and the flickers of (once) celluloid tales.
They take root in our minds and imagination via the darkened rooms of modern-day reverie, partaken of in communal or solitary seance.
The Transmission Resonances volumes of audiological constructs will take as their wellspring such stories; focusing on those tales that continue to resonate over time, which have gained layers of meaning as the years have passed, that express and/or explore some sense of otherly pastoralism and which skirt the edgelands.
From that first fount, the plan is for these volumes to wander through their own particular journey, pushing aside the brambles and travelling the pathways that they will; to consider the stories of the patterns beneath the plough and the pylons across the land.
Transmission Resonances: Volume 1 takes as its wellhead the continuing reverberations of the 1969 cathode ray version of Alan Garner's The Owl Service.
It pushes open the attic door from whence the scratching descends and travels to places that surprised, intrigued and even delighted our good selves when it was being shaped on our own particular audiological potters wheels."
Night edition details:
1) Booklet/cover art custom printed by A Year In The Country using archival Giclée pigment ink.
2) Contained in a matchbox style sliding two-part rigid matt card box.
3) Printed box cover print.
4) Fully black CDr (black on top, black on playable side).
5) Black string bound 12.8cm x 12.8cm booklet: hand signed, 10 pages (5 sides printed);
Printed on 310gsm textured fine art cotton rag paper, 245gsm card and semi-transparent 110gsm vellum paper.
6) 4 x 25mm badges in a see-through polythene bag with a folded card header.
7) 11.8cm x 4cm and 3.5cm circular vinyl style stickers.
Audiological construction by A Year In The Country.
Artwork and packaging design by AYITC Ocular Signals Department.
Формируйте собственную. A Year In The Country. A set of year long explorations of otherly pastoralism: . BEST Magic Show in the world - Genius Rubik's Cube Magician America's Got Talent - Продолжительность: 14:01 Top 10 Talent Recommended for you. O Mom With an ANGEL VOICE Leaves Judge In TEARS . Subscribe Now. Newsletter Signup. The band had dabbled a little with country in the past but by adding Georgia-born Gram Parsons to their lineup in 1967 they went all in, recording in Nashville and following Parsons' notion of Cosmic American Music towards a sound that seamlessly incorporated Dylan You Ain't Goin' Nowhere, Nothing Was Delivered, the Louvin Brothers The. Falling in between the cracks of the country and R&B canons, the album remains underappreciated. Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band, Night Moves 1976. Every Night's a Saturday Night. Lee Roy Parnell. Arista Nashville. Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal - Looking In the Eyes of Love, Alison Krauss & Union Station. Best Country Collaboration with Vocals - In Another's Eyes, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood. Best Country Instrumental Performance - Little Liza Jane, Alison Krauss & Union Station. Best Country Song - Butterfly Kisses, Bob Carlisle and Randy Thomas. Top Selling Album - The Woman in Me, Shania Twain. Video of the Year - I Do, Paul Brandt. Wrangler Rising Star Award - Julian Austin. 1982 Album: Always on My Mind Artist: Willie Nelson. Willie Nelsons monster album sold over 4 million copies and occupied the top of the country charts for 22 weeks and produced a platinum single for the title track. It won the CMA Album of the Year over albums from Merle Haggard, Oak Ridge Boys, Alabama, and George Jones. Canadian singer Anne Murray had much success in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Her CMA Album of the Year topped Ricky Skaggs, George Strait, Alabama, and Merle Haggard. A Little Good News produced No. 1 country hits such as the title track and Just Another Woman In Love - two of Murrays 10 country chart-toppers. The poems - together with introductory paragraphs - have a link to the date on which they appear. Shakespeare celebrates midsummer night, Maya Angelou International Women's Day and Lewis Carroll April Fool's day. You have to be in the right frame of mind for some poems to work. And its only natural that not all of them will be easily accessible. Especially for a non-native speaker like myself. It was always clear this was go A poem for every night of the year. The title says it all, really. Year-End Hot 100 Songs. Year-End Billboard 200 Albums. Night Shift. Jon Pardi. Also appears on these Year End Charts. Caught Up In The Country. Rodney Atkins Featuring The Fisk Jubilee Singers. It All Comes Out In The Wash. Miranda Lambert. Night & Day The Vamps album. The Country Music Association had it right in awarding album of the year to a big umbrella of an album that included self-searching rock balladry, slinky R&B, unabashed pop and even a touch of too-country-for-country twang. Possibly no one in country right now is better at establishing a sense of place than Childers, who is definitely not writing about the exurbs and trying to pretend theyre small towns, like so many of his contemporaries