The Phoenix Foundation - Buffalo album flac
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Autoharp – Connan Mockasin
|3||Flock Of Hearts||3:17|
Voice – James Milne
Viola – Peter Daly
|7||Orange & Mango||3:53|
Voice – Craig Terris
Voice – James Milne
|11||The Middle Dream (The Do Son EP)||4:29|
|12||Dickheads Abound (The Do Son EP)||4:15|
- Distributed By – EMI Music New Zealand Ltd.
- Artwork By [Design] – Paul Johnson
- Artwork By [Imagery] – Elias Robert Hakim
- Mixed By, Recorded By – Lee Prebble
- Producer, Recorded By, Music By, Lyrics By – The Phoenix Foundation
- Recorded By – Brett Stanton
NotesRecorded at The Surgery and Car Club studios.
℗ The Phoenix Foundation (WGTN) Limited. Distributed by EMI Music New Zealand Ltd.
Tracks 11 & 12 are bonus tracks, not listed on the download page on Bandcamp.
|5099963307122||The Phoenix Foundation||Buffalo (CD, Album)||EMI||5099963307122||New Zealand||2010|
|MIO170CD||The Phoenix Foundation||Buffalo (CD, Album, Dig)||Memphis Industries||MIO170CD||UK||2011|
|SBRLP102||The Phoenix Foundation||Buffalo (LP, Album, Ltd, 180)||Slow Boat Records||SBRLP102||New Zealand||2010|
|none||The Phoenix Foundation||Buffalo (CDr, Album, Promo)||Memphis Industries||none||UK||2010|
|MI0170LP||The Phoenix Foundation||Buffalo (LP, Album)||Memphis Industries||MI0170LP||UK||2010|
This is the Buffalo video for the song Buffalo the first single and title from from our forthcoming new studio album 'Buffalo' - released in NZ, 2010 an. .
The Phoenix Foundation is an indie rock band formed in Wellington, New Zealand. The band was founded by Conrad Wedde, Samuel Flynn Scott, and Luke Buda in 1994 while students at Wellington High School. In 2001, the band expanded their lineup, and were joined by Tim Hansen (bass), Richie Singleton (drums) and Will Ricketts (percussion). The band took their name from a fictional organization on the popular television show MacGyver.
Buffalo by The Phoenix Foundation, released 26 April 2010 1. Eventually 2. Buffalo 3. Flock Of Hearts 4. Pot 5. Bitte Bitte 6. Skeleton 7. Orange & Mango 8. Bailey's Beach 9. Wonton 10. Golden ship. Written & performed by The Phoenix Foundation - Luke Buda, Will Ricketts Samuel Flynn Scott, Richie SIngleton, Conrad Wedde, Warner Emery and Tom Callwood. With the help of Connan Mockasin (autoharp 1), James Milne (voice 4 & 10), Craig Terris (voice 9), Peter Daly (viola 6). Design: Paul Johnson Imagery: Elias Robert Hakim – haki9975s.
Buffalo is the fourth full-length album by New Zealand band, The Phoenix Foundation. It was released in New Zealand in April 2010, and internationally in January 2011. The band's previous album, Happy Ending, had been well received in New Zealand and had stirred some interest overseas Recording Bass player Warner Emery left the band during the recording of Buffalo on amicable terms
Taking a route increasingly denied to British pop, these New Zealanders have been able to develop under the radar over a decade before delivering what feels like a major breakthrough. Buffalo - Very Good, Based on 7 Critics. Buffalo doesn't reinvent the wheel. It's an album of dreamy, psychedelic pop: Byrdsy harmonies, Fleet Foxes-type haziness and a hushed transcendence reminiscent of the Stone Roses' gentler moments.
The Phoenix Foundation. Buffalo (LP, Album, Ltd, 180). The Phoenix Foundation. Buffalo (CD, Album, Dig). Buffalo (CD, Album, Promo). I'm on the sea floor, I am the mammal you adore I'm on the sea floor, closer to the planet's core I am the buffalo, through the ocean I do roam I am the buffalo, calling home, calling home
The Phoenix Foundation: Buffalo. This Kiwi psych-pop will new to many ears in the UK, but don’t let that put you off listening to it. Joe Clay. January 8 2011, 12:01am, The Times. The fourth album by New Zealand’s finest purveyors of psychedelic pop will be the first that most UK dwellers have come across, but don’t let that put you off. Flight of the Conchords’ Bret McKenzie is a big fan of the Wellington band who hoover up awards in their homeland with deserved regularity.
Buffalo is the latest album from kaleidoscopic pop group The Phoenix Foundation, whose last one, Happy Ending originally released on the legendary Flying Nun label had critics hailing them as New Zealand s best kept secret. Now signed to Memphis Industries, home to friends and fellow countrymen The Ruby Suns, the band is set to remain a secret no longer
The Phoenix Foundation make a little go a long way. Dave Simpson is impressed. However, songwriting this good doesn't come along often.