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Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo – Dear River (Deluxe Version) (2013)

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Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo – Dear River (Deluxe Version) (2013)

Artist: Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo
Title Of Album: Dear River (Deluxe Version)
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Linn Records
Genre: Indie Folk, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 76:04 Min
Total Size: 205 Mb


01. Dear River
02. Tuesday
03. Letters
04. The Leaving
05. Everywhen
06. Sleeping Horses
07. Ghost Narrative
08. A Spadeful Of Ground
09. The Cormorant And The Heron
10. In The Winter I Returned
11. The Blackwood
12. Dear River (Acoustic Version Bonus Track)
13. Tuesday (Acoustic Version Bonus Track)
14. Letters (Acoustic Version Bonus Track
15. The Leaving (Acoustic Version Bonus Track)
16. Everywhen (Acoustic Version Bonus Track)
17. Sleeping Horses (Acoustic Version Bonus Track)
18. Ghost Narrative (Acoustic Version Bonus Track)
19. A Spadeful of Ground (Acoustic Version Bonus Track)
20. The Cormorant and the Heron (Acoustic Version Bonus Track)
21. In the Winter I Returned (Acoustic Version Bonus Track)
22. The Blackwood (Acoustic Version Bonus Track)

Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo – Dear River (Deluxe Version) (2013)
Influenced by her father's Joni Mitchell, Rickie Lee Jones, and Sandy Denny record collection, Antipodean singer/songwriter Emily Barker is one of the most exciting talents on the contemporary chamber-folk scene. Born in Bridgetown, a tiny rural backwater in Southwest Australia, Barker began her musical career when she moved to the U.K. in 2002, and teamed up with guitarist Rob Jackson (Eddi Reader) to form the Low Country. The duo recorded two albums, Welcome to the Low Country and The Dark Road, before Barker decided to pursue a solo career, releasing her debut LP, Photos. Fires. Fables. in 2007. After the recruiting cello, violin, and musical saw trio of Anna Jenkins, Jo Silverston, and Gill Sandell, aka the Red Clay Halo, she released her follow-up, Despite the Snow, through her own label, Everyone Sang, in 2008. Its opening track, "Nostalgia," was chosen as the theme tune to the BBC's Kenneth Branagh-starring adaptation of Swedish crime drama Wallander, and later went onto win a BAFTA and Royal Television Award. Barker has since toured with Frank Turner, Jose Gonzalez, and the Waifs and released her third album, Almanac, in 2011.(Jon O'Brien, Rovi)

Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo – Dear River (Deluxe Version) (2013)

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