The Mutton Birds - Anchor Me album download
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||Anchor Me (Remix Edit)
Producer [Additional], Mixed By – David Bascombe
|2||When The Wind Comes Round|
Written-By – Alan Gregg
|4||Don't Fight It Marsha, It's Bigger Than Both Of Us|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Music Australia
- Copyright (c) – EMI Music Australia
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
- Pressed By – EMI Swindon
- Artwork By [Illustration] – Melanie Barnes
- Mixed By – Tchad Blake
- Producer – The Mutton Birds
- Recorded By – Mark Ingram
- Written-By – Don McGlashan (tracks: 1, 2, 4)
NotesPrinted in the UK/Made in the UK.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 24389 33682 5
- Other (Distribution Code - France): PM 515
- Label Code: LC3098
- Rights Society: bel/BIEM
- Matrix / Runout: 893368 . 1 : 1 : 2 : EMI SWINDON
- Mastering SID Code: none
- Mould SID Code: ifpi 1427
|DINSC 149||The Mutton Birds||Anchor Me (Cass, Single)||Virgin||DINSC 149||UK||1996|
|DINSD 149||The Mutton Birds||Anchor Me (Cass, Smplr)||Virgin||DINSD 149||UK||1996|
Anchor Me (The Mutton Birds song). Anchor Me" is a 1994 single by New Zealand rock band The Mutton Birds. The song peaked at in the New Zealand singles chart, and charted for nine weeks. The song was from the group's 1993 album Salty, with three other album tracks used on the single. Anchor Me" is a love song, written by the Mutton Birds' lead singer Don McGlashan about his wife.
Anchor Me. The Mutton Birds.
Artist: The Mutton Birds. Album: Miscellaneous. Anchor me, anchor me As the compass turns And the glass it falls Where the storm clouds roll And the gulls they call. Anchor me, anchor me, anchor me, anchor me In the middle of your deep blue sea Anchor me, anchor me In the middle of your deep blue sea Anchor me, anchor me, anchor me. Let the salt spray lash The shivering skin Where the green waves crash And the whirlpools spin
The Mutton Birds-Anchor Me guitar tab, guitar tabs, bass tabs, chords and guitar pro tabs. A Ab D C Full fathom five, someday I'll lie A Ab D C Singing songs that come, from dead men's tongues. D Anchor me, anchor me A Ab D C As the compass turns and the glass it falls A Ab D C And the storm clouds roll, and the gulls they call. D Anchor me, anchor me. Chorus. A E Anchor me, anchor me. A D In the middle of your deep blue sea. A D In the middle of your deep blue sea, anchor me, anchor me, anchor me. Repeat A chord. Verse 2. A Ab D C Let the salt spray lash the shivering skin A Ab D C Where the green waves crash and the whirlpools spin.
When The Mutton Birds formed in Auckland in 1991, its members had already achieved varying degrees of recognition within the New Zealand music scene. Initially viewed as the group’s clear leader, singer-songwriter Don McGlashan was also the best-known memb. The Heater' reached N., with subsequent singles 'In My Room’, 'Ngaire’, and 'Anchor Me' all making the Top 20, clear confirmation of the depth of quality material. With Salty, The Mutton Birds began flexing their wings outside Australasia. They never snagged a record deal in the USA, but EMI Records in Canada picked up Salty for distribution and encouraged the band to spend significant time in Canada. The Mutton Birds with EMI NZ staff and gold discs for their self-titled debut album, 1992. Ross Burge, Don McGlashan, Alan Gregg, David Long.
The Mutton Birds Don't Fear the Reaper (The Frighteners '96) Peter Jackson. The Mutton Birds Dont fear the reaper(Blue Oyster Cult cover). The Mutton Birds Anchor Me. 04:30. The Mutton Birds In My Room.
Album, 1992, Virgin Records. 3. A Thing Well Made. 4. She's Like a City. 10. Anchor Me. 11. Ten Feet Tall.