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Robyn Hitchcock - There Goes The Ice album download

Performer:

Robyn Hitchcock

Title:

There Goes The Ice

Genre:

Other

MP3 album size:

1422 mb

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Rating:

4.3 ✱

Date of release:

2013

Robyn Hitchcock - There Goes The Ice album download


Hitchcock celebrated his 50th birthday in 2003 with a concert at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London at which his then-new solo acoustic album Luxor was given away as a gift to all those attending, and an original poem of his was read by actor Alan Rickman. There Goes the Ice (2013) – Vinyl-only collection of rarities, most previously issued as digital-only tracks between 2010 and 2013. Gotta Let This Hen Out!

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Robyn Hitchcock is the twenty-first studio album by British musician Robyn Hitchcock. It was released in 2017 through Yep Roc. The album, largely rooted in psychedelic rock, represents a stylistic change from his previous LP, The Man Upstairs, which was entirely acoustic.

The inimitable Robyn Hitchcock this week announced he is recording a new album - provisionally titled File Under Pop - that’s being eyed for a January release, but, in the meantime, he’s giving away two interim tracks as free downloads, including one recorded with singer-songwriter KT Tunstall singing harmonies. Hitchcock made the announcement via the video clip posted above, revealing he’s at work with bassist and producer Paul Noble on the project. Previously on slicing up eyeballs: Robyn Hitchcock to release digital-only ‘Chronolology’ best-of collection.

Greatest Hits is a collection of Robyn Hitchcock material from the A&M period 1988-1992 (which spanned the albums Globe of Frogs, Queen Elvis, Perspex Island, & Respect). The collection also includes various hard-to-find B-Sides, which acted as a strong selling point for Hitchcock's fans, including Legalized Murder, Ruling Class, Dark Green Energy and Bright Fresh Flower. In addition, two cover songs are included – Bryan Ferry's More Than This and a live recording of The Byrds' Eight Miles High.

Greatest hits album by Robyn Hitchcock. Greatest Hits is a collection of Robyn Hitchcock material from the A&M period 1988-1992 (which spanned the albums Globe of Frogs, Queen Elvis, Perspex Island, & Respect). In addition, two cover songs are included – Bryan Ferry's More Than This and a live recording of The Byrds' Eight Miles High

Six years after his superb I Often Dream of Trains, Robyn Hitchcock returned to the acoustic format of that album with Eye, and while the surfaces of the two albums are similar and Eye was eagerly embraced by fans, the tone of the two discs is considerably different. I Often Dream of Trains was a collection of songs written as Hitchcock was slowly returning to a career in music after a two-year layoff, and there's a striking if subtle power in the occasional tentative moments and understated tone

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