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8 thoughts on “ Harmony 2 (Piano) - Spiritualized - Songs In A&E (CD, Album)

  1. Over the years Amazing Grace and Songs In A&E have become the Spiritualized albums that I listen to most often. I enjoy all of his work, and still go back to all of his albums, but there's something very direct and pure about Amazing Grace and Songs In A&E. Almost vulnerable at times. It's not something you find in music very often these days/5(31).
  2. Most of the songs on this album were written by Spiritualized's Jason Pierce, who had a spell in intensive care after a bout of double pneumonia that almost took his life. At the time he felt the tracks that had no bearing on his life as it had become. A meeting with cult American film-maker Harmony.
  3. May 26,  · Spiritualized’s sixth album Songs In A&E gets its first repress since its original release in , spread across two slabs of white vinyl. Coming five years on from their album Amazing Grace, Songs In A&E features a set of straightforward but .
  4. Sep 22,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Songs In A&E on Discogs/5(39).
  5. Spiritualized Songs in A&E Review. Album. Released but it may be wrong to place too much emphasis on the whole brush-with-death aspect of Songs In A & E. Most of these songs were written.
  6. The title Songs to Sing in A&E isn't simply a reference to Jason Pierce's chords of choice on this, the sixth album from Spiritualized. Rather, it's a blackly comic reference to the events that preceded this album's creation--specifically, a bout of pneumonia that saw /5(31).
  7. 's Songs In A&E is the sixth studio album from Jason Pierce's (J. Spaceman) vegensaitolipe.nilocommikerwithsbonbestmarbterpostsis.infoinfo a mixture of instrumental and vocal tracks, including a duet with filmmaker Harmony Korine's wife Rachel on "Don't Hold Me Close," there are plenty of dark overtones that lean towards themes of mortality here but the album still miraculously manages to be uplifting overall.
  8. Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space was released to widespread acclaim from music critics. NME critic Paul Moody hailed the album as a "seismic tour de force" and credited Jason Pierce for taking cues from his vast array of musical influences to create an "entirely new noise out of the wreckage", while Melody Maker praised it as "one mind-blowing perspective-fusing supernova of an.

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