Black Sea is the fourth studio album by the Austrian electronic musician Fennesz. The LP was released on November 25, 2008, while a CD release followed on December 9, 2008 with different artwork.
Black Sea is the fourth studio album by the Austrian electronic musician Fennesz. The track "Saffron Revolution" was released as a single prior to the release of the album. The Colour of Three" - 8:06. Perfume For Winter" - 4:35. Glass Ceiling" - 5:49. Saffron Revolution" - 5:52.
The Colour of Three, 08:06.
Американская классика. TV on the Radio - "Dear Science". The Kills - "Midnight Boom". Paul Weller - "22 Dreams". Portishead - "Third". Steve Winwood - "Nine Lives".
Vendre cette version. Black Sea (CD, Album, Dig). Vendre cette version. The new album from Fennesz is an absolute masterpiece. Perhaps even better than 'Endless Summer' and definitely much better than 'Venice'. Acoustic guitar and glitchy electronics are mixed in seemingless contrast to produce a delicious audio treat.
Black Sea by Fennesz, released 17 November 2008 1. Black Sea 2. The Colour Of Three 3. Perfume . Includes unlimited streaming of Black Sea via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Perfume For Winter 4. Grey Scale 5. Glide 6. Vacuum 7. Glass Ceiling 8. Saffron Revolution.
Here comes Fennesz, with his highly anticipated fourth studio album on Touch. So it should be no surprise that the fans jumped in anticipation to grab this 2008 release, Black Sea. And I hope the fans are not disappointed
Here comes Fennesz, with his highly anticipated fourth studio album on Touch. And I hope the fans are not disappointed.
You get a sense here of how far Fennesz has come, how far his music reaches, and the unexplored possibilities that still exist.
If you like Fennesz' output from Endless Summer and Venice, Black sea is more experimental, and less musical than the previous two albums.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Black Sea. 10:13. If you like Fennesz' output from Endless Summer and Venice, Black sea is more experimental, and less musical than the previous two albums. The "Color of Three" is a harsh sounding piece, but not in the sweet'n'harsh tradition of Caecilia. It sounds simply harsh, as if it is all machine, and has no soul.