Public Service Broadcasting - Every Valley album flac
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|3||People Will Always Need Coal||4:46|
Featuring [Ft.] – Tracyanne Campbell
|5||Go To The Road||4:17|
|7||Turn No More
Featuring [Ft.] – James Dean Bradfield
|8||They Gave Me A Lamp
Featuring [Ft.] – Haiku Salut
|9||You + Me
Featuring [Ft.] – Lisa Jên Brown*
|10||Mother Of The Village||3:37|
|11||Take Me Home||2:13|
- Licensed To – Play It Again Sam
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Test Card Recordings
- Copyright (c) – Test Card Recordings
NotesDisc is numbered and marked as watermarked/traceable.
℗ 2017 Test Card Recordings under exclusive license to Play It Again Sam
© 2017 Test Card Recordings under exclusive license to Play It Again Sam
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- Label Code: LC07800
- Rights Society: SABAM/BIEM
|PIASR970LP||Public Service Broadcasting||Every Valley (LP, Album, 180)||Play It Again Sam||PIASR970LP||UK & Europe||2017|
|PIASR970LPX||Public Service Broadcasting||Every Valley (LP, Album, Ltd, 180)||Play It Again Sam||PIASR970LPX||UK & US||2017|
|PIASR970CDX||Public Service Broadcasting||Every Valley (CD, Album)||Play It Again Sam||PIASR970CDX||UK & Europe||2017|
Title: Every Valley Artist: Public Service Broadcasting Album: Every Valley I don't own the rights to this music.
On Public Service Broadcasting's new album Every Valley, J. Willgoose, Esq. takes us on a journey down the mineshafts of the South Wales valleys, with the stories found there a black mirror to the plight of workers everywhere. Although Every Valley is the story of one industry in a region and time far from ours, the tales of a disenfranchised working class in this age of turmoil could not be more relevant
Every Valley is a studio album by British art rock band Public Service Broadcasting. The group's third original album, it is a concept album which focuses on a topic of modern history, much like the band's previous work. The album's story depicts the history of the mining industry in Wales, more specifically chronicling the rise and decline of the country's coal industry. Every Valley was recorded in situ in the former steelworks town of Ebbw Vale, in South Wales. The band made use of a defunct hall formerly used as a convention space by the town's local workers' institute for the album's recording. It also features guest appearances by Welsh musicians James Dean Bradfield and Lisa Jên Brown, Scottish singer Tracyanne Campbell and English band Haiku Salut, as well as the Beaufort Male Choir. The album was released by PIAS Recordings on 7 July 2017.
Complete your Public Service Broadcasting collection. A majestic concept album that smells coal, earth and rebellion. A truly historical release. Reply Notify me Helpful.
The album was recorded in Ebbw Vale in South Wales, historically a steelworkers’ town but one surrounded by coal mines, in the former lecture hall of their former workers’ institute. Every Valley Q&A.
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Artist: Public Service Broadcasting. Quality: 320Kbps, Lossless. Tracyanne Campbell) 05 – Go To The Road 06 – All Out 07 – Turn No More (Feat. James Dean Bradfield) 08 – They Gave Me A Lamp (Feat. Haiku Salut) 09 – You + Me (Feat. Lisa Jen Brown) 10 – Mother Of The Village 11 – Take Me Home.
Every Valley is certainly an important and timely record, but happily it's also an extremely satisfying and moving one. While it may not have the obvious scope of their breakthrough record The Race for Space it has something important to tell us about the times we live in and the hard, heartbreaking lessons we should all be learning from the past.
Willgoose didn’t just assemble the album drily from the BFI archives – he went right to the beating heart of the matter, spending a week in the area, where he spoke to people directly involved in the mid-80s miners’ strike. Consequently, Every Valley is a record of soulful, progressive keyboard rock, one with conceptual heft, suffused with the sad stories of the suffering and their soaring will to overcome. The album opens with the title cut’s lyrical voiceover from a 1957 British Transport film, followed by actor Richard Burton rhapsodising about the glory days when the coal industry was in its pomp and miners were the kings of the underworld.
Public Service Broadcasting are a London-based pseudonymous musical group consisting of J. on guitar, banjo, other stringed instruments, samplings and electronic musical instruments, Wrigglesworth on drums, piano and electronic musical instruments, and J F Abraham on flugelhorn, bass guitar, drums and assorted other instruments including a vibraslap.