Doves - The Last Broadcast album download
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Performer [Megaphone] – Brian MaddenViolin – Rosie Lowdell
|A3||There Goes The Fear
Percussion – Billy Booth, Chris Davies, Marc Starr, Richard Sliwa
|A5||Where We're Calling From||1:24|
Cello – Ian BrackenViola – Rob Shepley*Violin – Celia Goodwin, Paulette Bailey*
Backing Vocals – Barrington Stewart, Fyza, Joanne Watson, Lisa SaddooProducer – Steve OsborneTambourine – Jay Rofe
Arranged By [Brass & Woodwind] – Andy Robinson Arranged By [Brass, Woodwind & Strings] – Sean O'HaganCello – Marcus HoldawayClarinet – Duncan AshbySaxophone [Tenor], Flute – Colin CrawleyTrombone – Andy Robinson , Marc Bassey*Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Steve WatermanViolin – Jackie Norrie*, Sally HerbertViolin, Viola – Brian Wright
|B5||The Sulphur Man
Arranged By [Brass & Woodwind] – Andy Robinson Arranged By [Brass, Woodwind & Strings] – Sean O'HaganArranged By [Strings] – Marcus HoldawayCello – Marcus HoldawaySaxophone [Tenor], Flute – Colin CrawleyTrombone – Andy Robinson , Marc Bassey*Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Steve WatermanViolin – Jackie Norrie*, Sally HerbertViolin, Viola – Brian Wright
|B6||Caught By The River||5:55|
- Art Direction, Design – Rick Myers
- Drums – Andy Williams
- Engineer – Adrian Bushby, Danton Supple, Martin "Max" Heyes
- Guitar, Keyboards – Jez Williams
- Keyboards, Glockenspiel – Martin Rebelski (tracks: 2, 6, 7, 11)
- Mastered By – Miles Showell
- Photography By – Rich Mulhearn
- Photography By [Band Photograph] – Kevin Westenberg
- Producer – Doves
- Vocals, Bass, Guitar – Jimi Goodwin
- Written-By – Andy Williams , Jez Williams, Jimi Goodwin
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 724381223246
|HVNLP35CD, 8122322||Doves||The Last Broadcast (CD, Album)||Heavenly, Heavenly||HVNLP35CD, 8122322||UK & Europe||2002|
|CDP 7243 8 12232 2 2||Doves||The Last Broadcast (CD, Album)||Capitol Records||CDP 7243 8 12232 2 2||US||2002|
|HVNLP35CD||Doves||The Last Broadcast (CD, Album)||Heavenly||HVNLP35CD||Thailand||2002|
|DPRO 2261||Doves||The Last Broadcast (CD, Album, Promo, S/Edition)||Heavenly, EMI Music Canada||DPRO 2261||Canada||2002|
|none||Doves||The Last Broadcast - Instrumentals (CDr, Album, Promo)||Heavenly, Virgin||none||UK||2010|
The Last Broadcast is the second studio album by British indie rock band Doves. The album was released by Heavenly Records on 29 April 2002, and went straight to number 1 on the UK Albums Chart.
Normally I wouldn't think of Manchester's Doves as an appropriate soundtrack for this kind of mood, but that's largely because until very recently I was only familiar with their first album, 2000's dark, murky Lost Souls. On that record, the band showed their facility with dark, claustrophobic textures and muted melodic statements, only occasionally indulging their impressive pop sense. And while their latest offering, The Last Broadcast, could hardly be called a wholesale revamping of their sound, it concentrates mostly on elements that the trio kept very subdued on their.
When Doves issued Lost Souls in fall 2000, Britpop was immersed in its melodic gloom-and-doom era, ushered in by the success of Radiohead. What separated Doves from the rest was a glint of passion, evident on their 2000 debut, Lost Souls. Two years later, the atmospheric dreamscapes of Lost Souls were torn asunder for the musical daybreak of The Last Broadcast.
Album Name The Last Broadcast. Data de lançamento 04 Junho 2002. Estilo de MúsicaPop Rock. Membros têm este álbum2. 3. There Goes The Fear. 5. Where We'Re Calling From.
Album: The Last Broadcast. Duration: 48:58 Year: 2002 ? Other rock albums: Kaiser Chiefs - Education, Education, Education. Kaiser Chiefs - Yours Truly, Angry Mob. Kaiser Chiefs - Employment. Grant Lee Buffalo - Mighty Joe Moon.
Doves : The Last Broadcast. Words they mean nothing, so you can't hurt me", croons Jez Williams on 'Words', precisely three minutes into Doves' second album. nothing like getting your retaliation in early. But anyone bearing any residual ill-will toward Doves and their extraordinary second album should leave the room right now. After all, It’s not as though – Jimi’s beard aside – they’ve ever shown signs of the flu-rock epidemic that’s swept erm, ‘guitar Britain’ since, oh, who knows, ‘OK Computer’ (symptoms in victims: pallid complexion; week-in-bed clothes; tunes that help you grieve more easily). Doves may be depressed, sure, but unlike, say, Elbow, they’re.
Album · 2002 · 12 Songs. 11. The Sulphur Man. 4:37. 12. Caught By the River. 12 Songs, 53 Minutes. Released: 29 Apr 2002.
Doves - Last Broadcast (03:22, 320Kb/s). Doves - Intro (01:18, 320Kb/s). On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: 5 Album Set (Lost Souls/The Last Broadcast/Lost Sides/Some Cities/Kingdom of Rust) (2012).
11. Arranged By – Andy Robinson (2)Arranged By – Sean O'HaganArranged By – Marcus HoldawayCello – Marcus HoldawaySaxophone, Flute – Colin CrawleyTrombone – Andy Robinson (2), Marc Bassey Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Steve WatermanViolin – Jackie Norrie, Sally HerbertViolin, Viola – Brian Wright. The Last Broadcast - Instrumentals (CDr, Album, Promo).