Kristina Train - Dark Black album flac
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|3711587||Kristina Train||Dark Black (CD, Album)||Mercury||3711587||Europe||2012|
|3722328, 060253722328||Kristina Train||Dark Black (CD, Album)||Mercury, Mercury||3722328, 060253722328||Europe||2012|
Music video by Kristina Train performing Dark Black. C) 2012 Mercury Records, a division of Universal Music Operations Limited.
Album · 2013 · 14 Songs. Dark Black Kristina Train.
The sophomore effort from Georgia-raised, Britain-based vocalist Kristina Train, 2012's Dark Black is a brooding, atmospheric collection of slow-burn pop songs that put her burnished, sultry croon at the fore. Picking up where 2009's Spilt Milk left off, Dark Black finds Train once again working with British singer/songwriter Ed Harcourt, as well as songwriter/producer Martin Craft. Together, they've come up with an album that builds upon Train 's twangy Southern roots layered with a baroque, cinematic aesthetic.
Kristina Train (born January 17, 1982 in New York City as Kristina Beaty) is an American singer-songwriter and musician who has lived in London, United Kingdom since 2010. Her music blends influences from country, soul, gospel, blues, folk, and jazz. Kristina was born in New York City and raised in Savannah, Georgia, where she and her mother moved to when she was 11 years old. She is of Norwegian, Italian, and Irish heritage. At the age of four, Kristina started studying classical violin
Kristina Train – Dark Black. Label: Mercury – 3722328, Mercury – 060253722328. Executive-Producer, Vocals, Arranged By, Violin – Kristina Train. Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Piano – Ben Christophers. Instruments, Producer, Engineer, Mixed By, Backing Vocals – Ed Harcourt.
Home Pop Dark Black. Release Date: Nov 5, 2012 Record label: Mercury Genre(s): Pop, R&B, Pop/Rock, Adult Alternative Pop/Rock, Contemporary Singer/Songwriter, Neo-Soul. 90 Music Critic Score How the Music Critic Score works. The sophomore effort from Georgia-raised, Britain-based vocalist Kristina Train, 2012's Dark Black is a brooding, atmospheric collection of slow-burn pop songs that put her burnished, sultry croon at the fore. Together, they've come up with an album that builds upon Train's twangy Southern roots layered with a baroque, cinematic aesthetic.
Blessed with a crystal-clear voice which exudes addictive grief, Train coats her despair in twinkling, edgy tunes. The combination makes her not just a voice of real, believable depth, but a genuine contender, too. The heartbreaking title track gives Sade a run in the imperial, glacial despair stakes and it’s as lyrically unyielding as Jacques Brel’s If You Go Away
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Kristina Train’s mesmerisingly painful forthcoming album is a work of art. The Southern-American songwriter copes with love, loss, dark and bright moments. This is an infuriatingly yet dreamy 12-track LP that will leave all listeners drenched in that soul-saving sorrow that is always at the heart of great music . Listen to the track Dark Black here: Related Items.
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