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The Good Years - Karine Polwart - This Earthly Spell (CDr, Album)

8 thoughts on “ The Good Years - Karine Polwart - This Earthly Spell (CDr, Album)

  1. Dashakar
    Karine Polwart - This Earthly Spell (Expanded Edition) Album Lyrics; 1. Behind Our Eyes: 2. Better Things: 3. Firethief: 4. Painted It White: 5. Rivers Run: 6. Terminal Star (Bonus Track - Live) 7. The Good Years: 8. The News: 9. Tongue That Cannot Lie: Wife of Ushers Well (Bonus Track - Live).
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  2. Vudozshura
    Faultlines () Only One Way, Faultlines, Four Strong Walls, The Sun's Comin' Over The Hill, Resolution Road, Waterlily, What Are You Waiting For?, Skater Of The Surface, Harder To Walk These Days Than Run, The Light On The Shore, Azalea Flower Scribbled in Chalk () Hole In The Heart, I'm Gonna Do It All, Daisy, Maybe There's A Road, Where The Smoke Blows, Holy Moses, Don't Know .
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  3. Zulkilkree
    Listen free to Karine Polwart – This Earthly Spell (The Good Years, Sorry and more). 10 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at tiobetrattculpvalteresppredrodiftuki.coinfo
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  4. Zulkis
    The hauntingly insistent guitar line and some coruscating imagery combine with powerful effect to describe a mother's ''bonnie laddie'' withering away to become ''a rickle of skin and bone'' - evidence of a captivating storyteller that is rarely apparent elsewhere on This Earthly Spell. The album closes with the eight minutes plus of Tongue That Cannot Lie, a ponderous elegy to the thirteenth century poet and prophet, Thomas The Rhymer/5(36).
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  5. Kisida
    This Earthly Spell is the fourth studio album by Scottish folk musician Karine Polwart, released on 10 March The album was released just three months after Fairest Floo'er, and contains original compositions. "The Good Years" previously appeared on Ballads of the Book.
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  6. Zologrel
    Karine Polwart This Earthly Spell Review. The Good Years, has the kind of hymnal but slightly saccharine chorus omnipresent in modern country, while The News's pallid jazz evokes unwelcome.
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  7. Brasar
    Mar 10,  · This Earthly Spell is the fourth studio album by Scottish folk musician Karine Polwart, released on 10 March The album was released just 5/5(2).
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  8. Akishura
    Fans of Karine Polwart can at last enjoy a new studio album in the release of Traces (released 13th August). In This Earthly Spell followed three highly regarded albums and a Read more.
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