Artist: Prefab Sprout Title: I Trawl The Megahertz Year Of Release: 2003, 2019 Label .
I Trawl the Megahertz is an album originally released as a Paddy McAloon solo album in May 2003 on Liberty Records. With themes of old memories and time passing, I Trawl the Megahertz is a highly personal work, dominated by its poignant title track, in which Connors intones "the story of her life", largely created by excerpts of radio conversation, over an orchestral motif.
01 - I Trawl the Megahertz. 12. 1 MB. 04 - We Were Poor. I Trawl the Megahertz, Paddy McAloon’s first solo album, is as likely to perplex and infuriate as it is likely to stun and spellbind. Grand, heavily orchestrated, predominantly instrumental, and not the type of thing you put on prior to going out or when you’re in the mood for cleaning the house, the record is incredibly powerful - almost too powerful - even when held up against everything from Prefab Sprout’s past.
Tracklist: 01 - I Trawl the Megahertz. flac 02 - Esprit de Corps. flac 03 - Fall from Grace. flac 04 - We Were Poor. flac 05 - Orchid . lac 06 - I'm 4. lac 07 - Sleeping Rough. Summary: Country: UK Genre: art pop, chamber pop. flac 08 - Ineffable But We Were Happy. Get this torrent PLAY/STREAM TORRENT.
Prefab Sprout I Trawl the Megahertz 3. One of the most acclaimed British pop bands of the ’80s and ’90s, Prefab Sprout was the creative vehicle of vocalist, songwriter, and t Paddy McAloon, who has been regularly hailed as one of the greatest songwriters of his era. wav Pre-gap length 0:00:00. Antony and The Johnsons . Posted in Lossless. 3. 7 MB. 02 - Esprit de Corps. 2. 8 MB. 06 - I'm 4. lac. 05 - Orchid . lac But We Were Happy.
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I Trawl The Megahertz (Remastered). Sony Music UK. DRM Free. DJ-friendly full length tracks. Cat: G 0100036581682 Released: 31 January, 2019 Genre: Balearic/Downtempo. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release. Help & Information.
I Trawl The Megahertz. Double Black Vinyl with Download. This is the first time it’s been released under the name Prefab Sprout and also it’s first time on vinyl. Dancing violins, flourishing pianos, this is Disney-esque soundtrack-style almost incidental music (if it wasn’t so commanding). Rich brass and sweet strings punctuate magical flurries of sound. A minimal amount of soothing spoken words on a few tracks on an album that’s simultaneously melancholic and glad.
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Prefab Sprout - I Trawl the Megahertz (2003, Remastered)
Originally released as a Paddy McAloon solo album in 2003, the mesmerising ‘I Trawl the Megahertz’ has been remastered and rebranded as a Prefab Sprout album.
I Trawl the Megahertz, Paddy McAloon’s first solo album, is as likely to perplex and infuriate as it is likely to stun and spellbind. Grand, heavily orchestrated, predominantly instrumental, and not the type of thing you put on prior to going out or when you’re in the mood for cleaning the house, the record is incredibly powerful — almost too powerful — even when held up against everything from Prefab Sprout’s past. The most significant song is the opener; 22 minutes in length, it’s nearly elegiac in it its mournful tones played out by a swaying string arrangement and a weeping trumpet. Throughout its duration, Yvonne Connors speaks matter-of-factly — yet dramatically enough to be poignant — as she rifles through fragments of her memory, the most disarming of which reads like this: “I said, ‘Your daddy loves you very much; he just doesn’t want to live with us anymore.'” Of the eight remaining songs, McAloon’s voice is present on just one, which doesn’t come along until near the end. This song, the particularly autumnal “Sleeping Rough,” is almost as emblematic of the album as the opener, expressing a somewhat sorrowful but content coming to grips with the passage of time (“I’ll grow a long and silver beard and let it reach my knees”). The album was conceived during and in the wake of McAloon’s bout with an illness that temporarily took away his eyesight, but it’s plain to hear that his vision remains.
01 - I Trawl the Megahertz.flac
02 - Esprit de Corps.flac
03 - Fall from Grace.flac
04 - We Were Poor.flac
05 - Orchid 7.flac
06 - I'm 49.flac
07 - Sleeping Rough.flac
08 - Ineffable.flac
09 - ...But We Were Happy.flac
Genre: art pop, chamber pop
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