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David Newlyn - Didn't Know Where I Was EP FLAC album

Performer: David Newlyn
Genre: Electronic
Title: Didn't Know Where I Was EP
Released: 2006
Style: IDM, Downtempo, Experimental
FLAC version ZIP size: 1333 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1413 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1434 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 690

I Didn't Know I Was Looking for Love" is a song written by Ben Watt and Tracey Thorn of Everything but the Girl. The song was originally released by them in 1993 as a track on the EP of the same title reaching number 72 in the UK Singles Chart. It has been covered by Meja in 1996, Karen Ramirez in 1998, Jay Lopez in 2004 and by Sitti Navarro in 2006. The song was covered by British singer Karen Ramirez and released as her second single in 1998 with the shorter title of "Looking for Love".

Newlyn conveys a feeling of loss throughout the album with tracks such as the touching ‘Feeling No Remorse Must Be A Blessing’, with its soft, pulse like beat and gentle piano interspersed with a sparse melodic line. The ghostly, Satie-esque piano of pieces such as ‘Rule of Thirds’ and ‘No Rest In The Silence’ also provide gently unsettling impressions of places once familiar, now left eerie and abandoned. Nowhere To Go’ brings with it a more melancholic edge, the piano this time is fragmented in its melodic ideas and accompanied by skittering whirrs and static. Distant tones gradually creep.

So we build from here with love the foundation In the world of tears, one conselation Now you're here and there's a full brass band Playing in me like a wonderland But if you left I would be two foot small And every tear would be a waterfall Soundless, boundless, I surround you I didn't know I was looking for. love until I found you. I just didn't know. I didn't know I was looking for love until I found you I didn't know I was looking for love until I found you I didn't know I was looking for love I didn't know I was looking for love.

On Metallica, 10 of the album’s 12 songs once again utilized E standard tuning, but the band mixed it up a little more at Bob Rock’s behest, dropping the guitars to D standard for Sad but True and Eb for The God That Failed. I realized that every song, including this one, was in the key of E, said Bob Rock of Sad But True. You know, to see if these people just look at each other and throw up! I was wondering how much peer pressure people were going to put on each other; people going, ‘Do you like this?’ ‘I dunno – do you like it?'

Album Crazy Clown Time. The bird She stopped to sing Since I went And did that thing I know I know. Train take you now, girl. I know You got to go. Seen it coming baby Just as plain as day Seen it coming at me No way you can stay I know I know I know I-I-I know. Don't have to tell me, baby. So you go on down the road now You gonna leave my sight But I remember you, baby Each and every night.

I know Pete made his half of the publishing. I don't know if King Solomon's heirs ever got a dime. Hillman wasn't religious at the time of writing the song - in fact, he said the lyrics were almost "tongue in cheek" - but he converted to Christianity later in his life. 5) Prince - Let's Go Crazy. Prince recorded songs that were more explicitly religious (including a jazz-funk Jehovah's Witness concept album called The Rainbow Children) but he never made faith sound this much fun again.

EP or Mini Album (Extended Play) – originally a record, on each side of which only 2-4 musical compositions with a total duration of sound of 15-20 minutes were placed. Initially, EP was called the 7-inch diameter vinyl record, recorded at 33⅓ RPM. This difference of speed with respect to the simple engraving at 45 RPM allowed it to have a longer duration (a maximum of 25 minutes, 12’30 per side) compared to the length of the single, whose maximum duration could not exceed 15 minutes


1 Blank 1:38
2 Sector 3:46
3 Lighthouse 4:37
4 Filter (Edit) 12:01


Comes in a stickered tracing paper sleeve.
Limited to 25 copies.