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🎤 The Great Park - Woe MP3

  • Performer: The Great Park
  • Title: Woe
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: Germany
  • Record source: CDr, Album
  • Released: 19 Aug 2018
  • Style: Folk Rock
  • Label: Woodland Recordings
  • Cat#: WR074
  • MP3 album: 2141 mb
  • FLAC album: 1782 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 867
🎤 The Great Park - Woe MP3

Tracklist

1I Know How This Happened4:23
2Woe
Lyrics By [Lines from] – William McGonagall
10:52
3Holy Trouble No More4:43
4I Do You Don't5:36
5The Fog Has Not Lifted5:21
6Men In Corners7:09
7Make Each Other Anew5:31
8The River Of Men Flows Without End2:31


Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar [Martin D35], Electric Guitar [Nylon String Guitar], Keyboards, Percussion, Vocals, Songwriter [Songs written by], Recorded ByStephen Burch


Notes

‘Woe’ contains lines from William McGonagall’s ‘Tay Bridge Disaster’ and ’Holy Trouble No More’ contains lines inspired by Ovid’s ‘Tristia’.

Cover photograph ‘Fallen girders, Tay Bridge’ from the National Library of Scotland.

‘I Do You Don’t’ and ’Holy Trouble No More’ recorded in Aarau, Switzerland. Everything else recorded at home in Fürth and at Stefanie and Maria’s apartment in Nürnberg, Germany. Many thanks to them.

Copyright 2018
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Packaging: hand stamped CDr in cardboard sleeve with lyric sheet insert.
Includes a download of the 'When I Was Single' EP in a choice of formats.


Album

Woe by The Great Park, released 19 August 2018 1. The River Of Men Flows Without End 2. Men In Corners 3. Make Each Other Anew 4. I Do You Don't 5. Woe 6. Holy Trouble No More 7. The Fog Has Not Lifted 8. I Know How This Happened 'Am 28. Dezember 1879 ereignete sich nahe der schottischen Stadt Dundee eine der großen Katastrophen der Eisenbahngeschichte. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Download also includes a pdf of the lyric sheet. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 8EUR or more. From the album of the same name released through Woodland Recordings, . All photography by Stephen Burch. Filmed in Asturias, Germany, Hungary, Prague and Sweden in spring and summer 2018. Thanks to Zinet. I SAW Fourteen tall black flags on the western road and there was no one left there was nowhere else to go so we walked back to the horses to turn around and you were fine and light we were leaves upon the ground but there are bullies and bastards broadswords lets get gone I know youre not one to run. Album 2018 8 Songs. More By The Great Park. See . The Great Park. or open in our Desktop app. Other Albums by The Great Park. St Arbogast. A Day. St Klara. Do Not Walk Under Wing. Turn Your Back on the Crown. Hjørring Recording. The Good Men. Good and Gone. The eighth album from The Great Park - music by Stephen Burch - released on Woodland Recordings in September 2009. Mostly recorded in Berlin, this features Martha Rose playing violin on most of the songs, Tristan Brusch, Vicky Steer from Blanket and Fee Reega. Stephen Burch is an English songwriter currently based in Germany and making music as The Great Park. Stephen began writing and playing songs during an enforced retreat on a remote farm in southern Ireland and since 2008 has performed over 150 concerts each year in Germany, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Poland, Belgium, Austria, Denmark and the UK. Composers: The Great Park. Total duration:46 min. The River of Men Flows Without End. Men in Corners. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português Brasil Русский. 本名: Stephen Burch. I SAW Fourteen tall black flags on the western road and there was no one left there Orange County Great Park is a public park located in Irvine, California with a focus on sports, agriculture, and the arts. It is a non-aviation reuse of the decommissioned Marine Corps Air Station MCAS El Toro. The Orange County park will comprise 28. 8 of the total area that once made up the air base. The project was approved by the voters of Orange County in 2002 at 1. 1 billion. Город: Germany



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