Martin Phillipps & The Chills - Dreams Are Free album download
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NotesFrom the album Sunburnt
Sunburnt is an album officially by Martin Phillipps and The Chills, though more correctly by Martin Phillipps alone. Owing to visa problems, the usual Chills line-up were not able to take part in the recording sessions, and session musicians Dave Gregory and Dave Mattacks appeared on all tracks, with Phillipps handling vocal, keyboard, and guitar parts, as well as some of the percussion. Craig Leon, the album's producer, also appeared on several of the tracks.
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Complete your Martin Phillipps & The Chills collection. Swimming In The Rain. You Can Understand Me. Lost In Future Ruins.
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Only the sixth album for New Zealand pioneers shows leader Martin Phillipps still sounds in love with the world. 16 February at 20:33 ·. Most of The Chills music was written when I was a young man, I want to see how I can bring the story up to date with the music, leave an honest picture of who I am, pick things up and prove something.
e - The Chills Martin Phillipps. The Chills: The Triumph and Tragedy of Martin Phillipps directed by Julia Parnell. Tidying Up with Martin Phillipps, perhaps. The film spends much of its time in the Dunedin home of the man who’s been head Chill for nearly 40 years, observing his Herculean attempt to declutter the stuff – toys mainly – he has collected over a lifetime. You can’t help but feel for Stephenson when he talks emotively about having been recruited as a gifted teenage drummer into the band in the time of their first great album, Submarine Bells, only to get the boot during the troubled recording of its follow-up, Soft Bomb. Talking of records, if there’s something missing in this music doco it is that, although it offers a solid history of the band and plenty of old live footage, it’s not much interested in examining why The Chills sounded like they did.
Martin Phillipps founded the legendary New Zealand group the Chills in 1980. They went on to release influential, revered albums such as Kaleidoscope World (1986), Brave Words (1987), and Submarine Bells (1990). You can hear their most recent single Molten Gold here and the band has a new album in the works. And then I decided that the album production suits the work after all and the band is probably much stronger live anyway so you’d get the best of both worlds. It feels like there is lots more to discover and one would be well rewarded. Martin Phillipps, Dunedin, New Zealand.