The Week That Was - The Airport Line album flac
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||The Airport Line|
|B||Learn To Learn (Razmataz Lorry Excitement Remix)
Remix – Razmataz Lorry Excitement
- Cymbal [Hi-hat] – Jordan Hill
- Mastered By – David Brewis
- Mixed By – David Brewis
- Photography By – Jennie Redmond
- Producer – Peter Brewis
- Strings – Emma Fisk, Pauline Brandon, Peter Richardson
- Written-By – Peter Brewis
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 060146 091039
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): MI0129S-A 77804H1/A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): MI0129S-B 77804H2/A
|none||The Week That Was||The Airport Line (CDr, Single, Promo)||Memphis Industries||none||UK||2008|
The Week That Was. Лицензиар. Danmark Music Group; ASCAP, CMRRA, ARESA, BMG Rights Management" и другие авторские общества (2).
The Week That Was is the side-project of Peter Brewis, member of the Sunderland art-rock band Field Music. The group was created by Brewis during Field Music's 2007-2009 hiatus, during which the two Brewis brothers Peter & David Brewis went off to pursue wider musical interests not under the 'Field Music' umbrella. However, as both David Brewis and former Field Music member Andrew Moore feature on the self-titled album, it is labelled as an album by "The Week. The album had two main singles, 'The Airport Line' and 'Scratch The Surface', with a video for the latter. Learn To Learn' was released as a promo-only single with an accompanying video.
The Week That Was. The Airport Line. Overview (current section). Charts & Trends Last. fm's Hype Chart (Week 22 of 2019). Spotlight 35 years later, Mariya Takeuchi's 'Plastic Love' has an official music video.
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Lyrics for The Airport Line by The Week That Was. What shall I make of this? How should I act upon? It's early doors but do I disregard? C. .
The Week That Was Tracks. The Airport Line (6 Music Session for Marc Riley 29 Dec 2008). 29/img/track fallback.
The Week That Was is the first solo project from Peter Brewis, the chap that brought us Field Music. A 32 minute epic, aiming to explore the impact the media has upon us as individuals and is said the be a composition of snap shots from stories inspired by novelist Paul Auster, which ultimately creates a puzzle said to fall into place upon listening.
A Week at the Airport book. He takes us on a journey into the airport - arrivals, departures, and the shoe shine guy - and into the hidden parts of the airport - the detainment room in customs, the assembly line that puts together in flight meals, and to a meeting with the CEO of British Airways. Even more captivating than his words, the colored pictures that acc Alain de Botton's "A Week at the Airport: A Heathrow Diary" is the intriguing story of his week as writer in residence at Terminal 5 in London's Heathrow Airport. He takes us on a journey into the airport - arrivals, departures, and the shoe.