Miles From Our Home

Miles From Our Home

Attributes

ReleaseDate : 1998/06/30
NumberOfItems : 1
Format : エクスプリシットな歌詞
Format : インポート
ItemDimensions : 4555023494
Type : 不明
PublicationDate : 1998-06-30
EANListElement : 0720642520123
Manufacturer : Geffen Records
UPCListElement : 720642520123
EANList : 0720642520123
Brand : Geffen
CatalogNumberList : 25201
PackageQuantity : 1
Artist : Cowboy Junkies
Label : Geffen Records
PartNumber : MFR720642520123#VG
Studio : Geffen Records
ProductGroup : Music
CatalogNumberListElement : 25201
MPN : MFR720642520123#VG
Publisher : Geffen Records
Language : 英語不明
NumberOfDiscs : 1
UPCList : 720642520123
PackageDimensions : 5455518497
UPC : 720642520123
Languages : 英語不明
Name : 英語

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Disc 1 / Track

1 - New Dawn Coming
2 - Blue Guitar
3 - Miles From Our Home
4 - Good Friday
5 - Darkling Days
6 - Hollow As A Bone
7 - Someone Out There
8 - The Summer Of Discontent
9 - No Birds Today
10 - Those Final Feet
On their seventh album, the Cowboy Junkies hitch their pony to producer John Leckie (Radiohead, Verve) and inch closer toward the mainstream. As a result, Miles from Our Home's title track might be the group's most upbeat and infectious song ever. Unfortunately, it also means Miles is frequently too pretty and pleasant for its own good. Think more Sarah McLachlan, less Velvet Underground. Still, gloom reigns supreme. The atmospheric "Blue Guitar" and, presumably, the slow, shattered "At the End of the Rainbow" (a hidden track) mourn the late singer/songwriter and Junkie hero Townes Van Zandt. "Those Final Feet," a lilting, Band-like tune, marks the passing of the 94-year-old grandfather of the Timmins siblings, who comprise three fourths of the band. Translated through Margo Timmins's endlessly haunting vocals, such sentiments keep the Cowboy Junkies' cloudy mystique alive. --Neal Weiss
Lay It Down
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ザ・コーション・ホーシズ
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