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Matt Stalker & Fables - Little Sister FLAC album

Performer: Matt Stalker & Fables
Genre: Rock / Folk and World music
Title: Little Sister
Released: 2012
Style: Folk Rock, Acoustic, Indie Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1964 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1304 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1975 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 564
Other Formats: MP1 MIDI VQF AC3 MP3 MPC AA

ships out within 7 days. c) & (p) 2011 matt stalker written & arranged by matt stalker engineered & recorded by jonny rudd, matt stalker & chris mcmanus (drums) mixed and mastered by liam gaughan. Matt Stalker & Fables Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK. placeholder. Newcastle-based baroque-folk five-piece have two albums to their name: The Man Who Said This died of Alchemy (2011) called, 'a masterpiece of care and craftmanship', and Knots (2014), described as 'understated but immensely powerful'. Adam James Cooper (viola, sax, clarinet, banjo, vox) Ditte Elly (piano, vox) Jenny Nendick (cello) Ged Robinson (drums, vibes) Matt Stalker (vocals, guitar).

Arranged by Matt Stalker & Fables. Pedal Steel Guitar - Tom Fletcher. Produced by Liam Gaughan & Matt Stalker Mastered by Red Mastering, London.

Listen to music from Matt Stalker & Fables like The Man Who Said This Died of Alchemy, This Is Our Mantra Now & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Matt Stalker & Fables. Matt Stalker plays guitar and writes songs. Then he hums counter melodies whilst Jenny Nendick works out the notes on her cello. Then Baz Crosby listens closely to what the song needs and bangs his drums (gently).

Matt Stalker & Fables - Little Sister ‎(CD, Single, Ltd, Num). Beccy Owen - Imago ‎(CD, Album).

This Friday, August 5th, we welcome back the cello infused folk of Matt Stalker and Fables. The band will be playing songs from their acclaimed debut album, The Man Who Said This Died of Alchemy. They will be joined by finger picking extraordinaire Paul Campbell and acoustic duo The Bluebuds. London based poet James McKay is motoring up too, to join us with his wonderful words.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Little Sister 3:53
2 Re: Stacks
Written By – Bon Iver, Justin Vernon

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Base HQ


  • Cello – Jen Nendick (tracks: Jenny Nendick)
  • Cover – Rae Carter
  • Drums – Baz Crosby
  • Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By – Liam Gaughan
  • Vibraphone – Ged Robinson
  • Viola, Backing Vocals – Adam James Cooper
  • Vocals, Guitar – Matt Stalker


Limited edition of 100 copies.
Comes in a cardboard sleeve.

The b-side, Re: Stacks recorded live at The Stage, Gateshead on 12th January 2012.