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🎤 Zero 7 - Yeah Ghost MP3

  • Performer: Zero 7
  • Title: Yeah Ghost
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: US
  • Record source: CD, Album
  • Released: 29 Sep 2009
  • Style: Downtempo
  • Label: Atlantic
  • Cat#: 520260-2
  • MP3 album: 2737 mb
  • FLAC album: 2168 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 578
🎤 Zero 7 - Yeah Ghost MP3

Tracklist

1All Of Us6:20
2Swing3:57
3Everything Up (Zizou)5:19
4Count Me Out1:26
5Pop Art Blue4:23
6Mr McGee4:19
7Ghost sYMbOL4:36
8Sleeper4:39
9Solastalgia1:59
10Medicine Man4:32
11The Road3:42


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
51865511724Zero 7 Yeah Ghost ‎(CD, Album)Atlantic51865511724UK & Europe2009
2-511724Zero 7 Yeah Ghost ‎(CD, Album)Atlantic2-511724Canada2009
5051865511724Zero 7 Yeah Ghost ‎(CD, Album)Atlantic5051865511724UK & Europe2009
5186551172Zero 7 Yeah Ghost ‎(CD, Album)Atlantic5186551172Australia2009
51865511724Zero 7 Yeah Ghost ‎(CD, Album, Dlx)Atlantic51865511724UK & US2009


Credits

  • Arranged By [Backing Vocals]Eska (tracks: 4), Rowdy Superstar (tracks: 8)
  • Arranged By [Vocals]Eska (tracks: 2, 6, 10), Eska (tracks: 8)
  • Backing VocalsEska (tracks: 4)
  • BanjoMaynard O'Byrne (tracks: 5)
  • BassRob Mullarkey (tracks: 3 to 6, 10, 11)
  • Design [Sleeve]Emil Corsillo
  • DrumsTom Skinner (tracks: 1, 4, 5, 6, 9, 11)
  • ElectronicsEddie Stevens (tracks: 1, 9, 11)
  • EuphoniumTrevor Mires (tracks: 3)
  • FlugelhornSid Gauld (tracks: 3)
  • FluteFinn Peters (tracks: 3)
  • GuitarRob Mullarkey (tracks: 1, 9)
  • KeyboardsEddie Stevens (tracks: 1, 9, 11)
  • ManagementSolar
  • MarimbaEddie Stevens (tracks: 5)
  • Mastered ByKevin Metcalfe
  • Mixed ByMike "Spike" Drake (tracks: 2, 4, 6, 10), Phill Brown (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 8, 9, 11)
  • Mixed By [Assistant]Werner Freistätter (tracks: 2, 6)
  • ProducerZero 7
  • SaxophoneFinn Peters (tracks: 3)
  • Steel DrumsRob Mullarkey (tracks: 3)
  • TromboneTrevor Mires (tracks: 3)
  • TrumpetSid Gauld (tracks: 3)
  • VocalsEska (tracks: 8), Henry Binns (tracks: 4), Jackie Daniels (tracks: 7), Martha Tilston (tracks: 5), Rowdy Superstar (tracks: 8)


Notes

℗© 2009 Warner Music UK Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Printed in U.S.A.
Manufactured and Distributed by Atlantic Recording Corporation, A Warner Music Group Company

Binns, Hardaker, Tilston published by Universal Music Publishing Ltd
Gallagher published by Viceroy Music Ltd
Mtungwazi, Mullarkey, Skinner, Stevens, Superstar published by copyright control
Shapiro published by Songs Music Publishing

To the people who have helped and inspired us with their talents, generosity, friendship and countless other contributions to this record, we can't thank you enough: Eska, Binki Shapiro, Martha Tilston, Tom Skinner, Rob Mullarkey, Eddie Stevens, Nigel Godrich, Emil Corsillo, Dilip Harris, Rowdy Superstar, Rob Gallagher, Alice Grant, Maynard O'Byrne, Phill Brown, Spike Drake, Kevin Metcalfe, Finn Peters, Dedi Madden, Ingrid Eto, Alice Anthony, Gunther Walker, Carol Crabtree and all at Solar....... x

Printed in U.S.A.

Packaging using WM Green recycled material.


Barcodes

  • Barcode (Printed On Release): 8 25646 87849 9
  • Barcode (String): 825646878499


Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Music UK Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Warner Music UK Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Manufactured By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Published By – Songs Music Publishing
  • Published By – Universal Music Publishing Ltd.
  • Published By – Viceroy Music Ltd.


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Album

Yeah Ghost is the fourth studio album by Zero 7, released in September 2009. The album features vocals by ESKA on Mr McGee, Medicine Man, Sleeper, and The Road, Martha Tilston on Pop Art Blue, Binki Shapiro on Swing and Ghost Symbol, Rowdy Superstar on Sleeper, and Binns himself on Everything Up Zizou, an homage to French footballer Zinedine Zidane. Yeah Ghost - Zero 7. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Their fourth album as Zero 7 includes all of those approaches, so file it as another in a career of ever-evolving records that have moved them from chilled downbeat into dynamic alternative pop. A dedicated rhythm section appears on half the record, accentuating the feel that this is a band record - albeit impeccably produced - with an array of guests taking vocal turns. Zero 7 feat. Yeah Ghost. NewStateEntLtd от лица компании New State Music Abramus Digital, BMG Rights Management US, LLC, ARESA, UMPG Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. LatinAutor - UMPG, ASCAP, CMRRA, EMI 2009 13 Songs. Zero 7. Electronic 2009. Покупайте и продавайте винил и компакт-диски, формируйте. Zero 7 - Yeah Ghost 2009. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Zero 7 - Yeah Ghost 2009. Zero 7 - Count me out. Zero 7 - . Zero 7 - Swing. Zero 7 - Everything up. Zero 7 - Pop art blue. Zero 7 - Medicine man. Zero 7 - Ghost symbol. Zero 7 - Sleeper. Zero 7 - Solastalgia. Zero 7 - The road. Yeah Ghost is a music album by Zero 7 released in 2009. Yeah Ghost is ranked 38,626th in the overall chart, 8,737th in the 2000s, and 962nd in the year 2009. Zero 7 - Yeah Ghost Atlantic2009 rare numbered promo CDr eska Condition: Like New. Time left: 6d 15h 26m 58s Ships to: Worldwide. Yeah Ghost, 2009. Count Me Out, 01:26. Mr McGee, 04:19. Released September 28, 2009. Yeah Ghost Tracklist. Count Me Out Lyrics. Yeah Ghost Q&A


Reviews of the Zero 7 - Yeah Ghost (4):
Painbrand
Zero 7's fourth, YEAH GHOST, starts with the ambient "Count Me Out," an abstract piece that perhaps signals a new direction for the duo. And when "Mr McGee" comes in, there is indeed a change, just not one heralded by the intro. Instead, they go in a much more electro-pop direction. It's almost... funky. With blues guitar! "Swing" and "Pop Art Blue" on the other hand, go for folk stylings instead, and "Everything Up (Zizou)" is just plain odd, name-checking author Haruki Murakami and Detroit house mainstay Moodymann. But in a fascinating move, "Ghost Symbol" enters glitchy IDM territory, almost veering into dubstep with its time-stretched vocals and titchy rhythm. But the electro-blues return (with a definite hip-hop influence) with "Sleeper," only to follow up with the Sigur Ros-inspired "Solastalgia." And "The Road" has hints of gospel in it, while the final track, "All Of Us" suggests some post-rock leanings as well. So not just one new direction, but several.
Darkraven
In their fourth album Yeah Ghost, Zero 7 brings to the table a variety of styles and a slightly new direction. At 11 tracks in length, the album is somewhat short however they still manage to bring a diverse amount of music in the span of their album. Pieces like Count Me Out and Solastalgia have an ambient feel to them, in Mr. McGee, Medicine Man and Sleeper they provide a more pop like style, All of Us has a powerful drum beat with IDM and ambient styles mixed in and Ghost Symbol has a very eerie and abstract sound to it. However despite the move away from downtempo in those pieces, they all have the beautiful melodies and rhythms that are the trademark of Zero 7. They also maintain their older downtempo style in Swing, Everything Up, Pop Art Blue and The Road. The vocals that compliment the production all provide great emotion to back up the themes they successfully portrayed throughout their music.

Fans of Zero 7’s past work will likely enjoy the music that reflects their original styles but may be put off by their change in approach with Yeah Ghost. And at 11 tracks in length, the album is short and this may be unsettling as well. However I applaud the stylistic and musical changes they’ve made and that they have shown they can bring even more types of music to the table and have it still maintain its quality.
HyderCraft
Well, like the other review i am too dissapointed but not just a bit but A LOT.
This album is the kind of album you might listen maybe once in a month and always on MP3 (forget about buying the CD). I listen Zero 7 since the 2001 release Simple Things and for me they went downhill from there, maybe The Garden was a relief since Whent It Falls but this one is so poorly crafted, not only you dont hear nice and loud basslines and nice guitar riffs, you have to make an effor catch the Zero 7 style on it plus the record has 11 songs well 9 actually since tracks 1 and 9 are nothing, why this? they didnt have any more songs to put?
My feeling is that this album was made to win the US market and stay trendy with nowdays music, its so electronic it hurts!
Another thing is that everything i read was about the singers on this album make in it sound bad, i think Sia is not here coz she heard the album and decided not to get involved in this forgetable thing they gave us.
Thanks for your time, Liffarome from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Djang
Zero 7's first album 'Simple Things' was a true gem. Then i went head over heels over to get the follow up 'When It Falls'. After those i went on to discover other things and forgot Zero 7 for a while when it just popped in my head recently and remembered that i had forgotten. So i decided to check out what they have done since then and funny enough, and in good timing, they just have released their 4th album "Yeah Ghost". (As i write this i had yet to hear "The Garden".)
So i decided to this give it a listen and see if the boys were up to date and have maintained their superior production skills.
However i was left a bit disappointed with it. First of all, "When It Falls" had loads of fine vocalists on it, this one was rather loaded with annoying ones. In the end, the singers gave the vocal tracks a rather commercial pop feel to them and was just painful to listen too. Only "The Road" was comfortably for my ears. Some of the production of these tracks is a bit Electro-ish and contributed to mess up the picture more.
The instrumentals are the best ones, but there are few of them and they get left in the shadows by the overwhelming vocal tracks.

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