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Fields - 8 From The Village Album


Performer: Fields
Genre: Rock
Title: 8 From The Village
Country: Japan
Released: 05 Jul 2006
Style: Folk Rock, Indie Rock
Label: Atlantic
Catalog Number: WPCR-12365
FLAC version ZIP size: 2249 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2087 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1843 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 798

Tracklist

1Roll Down The Hill
Producer, Mixed By – Dan Gretch-Marguerat
3:15
2Song For The Fields
Mixed By – Steve DubProducer – Fields, Rob Kirwan
4:52
3Brittlesticks
Engineer [Mix Engineer] – BarnyProducer, Mixed By – Jim Abbiss
3:36
4Heretic
Producer, Mixed By – Dan Gretch-Marguerat
4:26
5Song For The Fields (Ewan Pearson Vocal Remix)
Producer – Eliot James, Michael BeinhornWritten-By – Fields
8:09
6Isabel
Producer, Mixed By – Dan Gretch-Marguerat
5:01
7Sisters
Producer – Fields
3:09
8A Slow Crawling Hand
Producer – Fields
2:37

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
K9002CD, k9002cd, 5051011 4842 2 3Fields 4 From The Village ‎(CD, EP)Black Lab Recordings, Black Lab Recordings, Black Lab RecordingsK9002CD, k9002cd, 5051011 4842 2 3UK2006
94522-2Fields 7 From The Village ‎(CD, Maxi)Atlantic94522-2US2006
lco1557Fields 7 From The Village ‎(CD, EP)Black Lab Recordingslco1557UK2006
PRCD 302316Fields 7 From The Village ‎(CD, Maxi, Promo)Black Lab RecordingsPRCD 302316US2006
noneFields Brittle Sticks ‎(DVDr, DVD-V, PAL)AtlanticnoneUK2006

Credits

  • Written-ByFields

Notes

All songs published by Ninety Nine Songs.
"Isabel" published by Ninety Nine Songs and Copyright Control.

Track 8 is a Bonus Track for Japan

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: JASRAC

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Black Lab Records
  • Copyright (c) – Black Lab Records

Album

Songs from the Village is the second studio album by Jess & Matt. The album features 12 classic songs that defined a generation in the 1960s in Greenwich Village, New York. Matt Price said: It's 50, almost 60 years later, and these songs are just as influential as ever, and a lot of the messages in songs like The Times They Are a-Changin calling for equality, in this modern world it feels more relevant than ever. It was interesting coming back to those songs and seeing how they stood the test. Listen free to Fields 4 From The Village Brittlesticks, Heretic and more. Their eponymous album from 1969 is heavy rock with some psychedelListen free to Fields 4 From The Village Brittlesticks, Heretic and more. 4 tracks 16:18. Their eponymous album from 1969 is heavy rock with some psychedel read more. There are at least 4 bands named Fields: 1 A Los Angeles outfit, they were previously known as ESB - Electric String Band. Their eponymous album from 1969 is heavy rock with some psychedelic influence, was produced by ex-Merry-Go-Roun read more. Similar Artists. Produced by George Fields Album: From The Sticks 2012 Under The Sun Records UTS http. 7 from the Village. Your Rating. Альбом 2006 Песен: 4. Song For The Fields Ewan Pearson Vocal Remix. Другие альбомы Fields. If You Fail We All Fail. Значек play перед названием песни дает возможность найти mp3 и прослушать любую песню с альбома 8 From The Village Fields. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. 7 from the Village, 2006. Song for the Fields, 04:52. Isabel, 05:01. Brittlesticks, 03:36. Sisters, 03:09. Roll Down the Hill, 03:15. Heretic, 04:26. A Slow Crawling Hand, 02:37. Now playing . Realism The Magnetic Fields album. Realism is the ninth studio album by American indie pop band The Magnetic Fields. It was officially released on January 26, 2010 by Nonesuch Records. Described by songwriter Stephin Merritt as his folk album, the instrumentation of Realism is largely acoustic, stark in contrast to the band's previous album, Distortion, released in 2008. Merritt said he thought of the two records as a pair and considered titling the albums True and False. 7 From the Village. Released 2006. 7 From the Village Tracklist. Song For The Fields Lyrics. Directed by Gemma Brandt, Verity White. With Tchéky Karyo. A year in the life of an extraordinary village hidden away in the French countryside. Directors: Gemma Brandt, Verity White

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