opinion the theme rather interesting. suggest..

Category: Classic Rock

Translucent Carriages

9 thoughts on “ Translucent Carriages

  1. "Translucent Carriages" with its whispered over dubs is a classic song with something to say. "I Saw the World" is another in the same vain. This was just the beginning of many more engaging albums to come. Published. CharlyF Jun 09 Another CD for Today – “Balaklava” By Pearls Before Swine. I was writing a little while ago.
  2. Balaklava Pearls Before Swine is a very interesting passionate anti war album. Though recorded during the Vietnam War, the band used the Crimean War as the subject of the album. As such, the album includes short original recordings of voices such as Florence Nightengale and Trumpeter Landfrey, who blew the charge at the battle of Balaklava/5(7).
  3. Dec 14,  · Translucent Carriages, a song by Pearls Before Swine on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, Music Duration: 4 min.
  4. Rapp’s music was dark and mysterious, often rooted in traditional music and ancient philosophy and a nod to religion and spirituality as well. “Translucent Carriages” is one of the album highlights, a beautiful yet disturbing walk through the valley of the shadow of death. An anniversary edition is .
  5. Translucent Carriages is dark and deep with its whispered vocals and heavy breathing. Images of April is the ultimate acid-folk construct with its artfully placed swamp noises (they aren't real birds or frogs you know*) and spiralling-into oblivion echoed vocals.
  6. Check out Translucent Carriages by Pearls Before Swine on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on chirouholtunutlonenetsterpapervie.xyzinfo
  7. The translucent carriages Drawing morning in Dawn inside their pockets Like a whisper on the wind The soft touch of your words Has been betrayed like love grown old.
  8. Pearls Before Swine 's second album starts with the chilling sound of an old Edison cylinder featuring the voice and trumpet of Trumpeter Landfrey, circa , 36 years after he heralded the tragic charge of the Light Brigade at the battle of Balaklava. His trumpet dissolves into the album's first proper song, "Translucent Carriages.".

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *