The Points North - I Saw Across The Sound FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: I Saw Across The Sound
FLAC version ZIP size: 1910 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1844 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1191 mb
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I Saw Across The Sound by The Points North, released 12 October 2009 1. Stone Walls 2. Ever Bright White 3. Swift River Lament 4. Our Humble Cross 5. Interlude 6. Cape Tryon 7. Nut Island 8. I Awoke A Child 9. Autumn Anthem 10. Voice of the Saint 11. Tires and the Pavement 12. Recycling Song Recorded winter 2009 at Liberation Studios in Worcester, MA. Mastered by . Released October 12, 2009 on 12" LP by Grinding Tapes Recordings.
The Points North is feeling nostalgic. 1 October 2017 ·. Eight years ago today: Chris North, Gigi Reginason, and Dylan Stephen Wilson-Clark released this album on a similarly cool, sunny, breezy autumn day. Give it a listen if you want to experience some real New England vibes. Carve a pumpkin and enjoy. I Saw Across The Sound, by The Points North.
I Saw Across the Sound. The Points North was founded in January 2008 when duo Saint Joe Hazelwood (Christopher Alspach and Regina Peterson) expanded with the inclusion of Tiger Saw/ Fort Orange drummer Dylan Clark. As a trio, The Points North compose their hushed minimalist New England-inspired folk songs with nylon-string guitar, octave mandolin, Irish flute, reed organ, percussion and the male-female harmonies of Alspach and Peterson to deliver their twenty-first century take on traditional country folk music.
Points North is the second studio album by the instrumental rock band Points North. It was recorded at the Foothill College Studio 1100 and released on April 21, 2015 on Magna Carta Records. This album is the group's first with bassist Uriah Duffy. It contains a track "Colorblind" that finds the band adding vocal elements to their previous all-instrumental portfolio. Eric Barnett - guitar. Kevin Aiello - drums.
I Saw the Light is a 2015 American biographical drama film directed, written, and produced by Marc Abraham, starring Tom Hiddleston as country music legend Hank Williams and Elizabeth Olsen as his first wife, Audrey Williams. It is based on the book Hank Williams: The Biography by Colin Escott, George Merritt, and William (Bill) MacEwen. It was screened in the Special Presentations section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.
It's what you would expect from the band if your familiar with their previous release Emerald Forest and the Blackbird in 2012. At 8 tracks in total, it's 59 minutes and 20 seconds. It has a lot of acoustic songs, and basic instruments that make it sound more like a progressive rock album. Although it lacks energy when comparing it with album I and III, it's a very complementing disk. With three CD's in total, there's no need to have every release an intense experience. What disk II brings, is a pleasant balance, and although full of peaceful emotion, there's a pain laden deep within. This CD is 42 minutes and 33 seconds. Songs from the North III: The third and final album is 51 minutes and 57 seconds
|A2||Ever Bright White|
|A3||Swift River Lament|
|A4||Our Humble Cross|
|B2||I Awoke A Child|
|B4||Voice Of The Saint|
|B5||Tires & The Pavement|
- Design – Halley Palmer, Ryan Dougherty