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Mark Lanegan - Has God Seen My Shadow? An Anthology 1989-2011 (2014)

18-01-2014, 23:02

Mark Lanegan - Has God Seen My Shadow? An Anthology 1989-2011 (2014)

Artist: Mark Lanegan
Title Of Album: Has God Seen My Shadow? An Anthology 1989-2011
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Light in the Attic
Genre: Rock, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 104:57 min
Total Size: 246 / 605 MB


CD 1
01. Bombed
02. One Hundred Days
03. Come To Me
04. Mirrored
05. Pill Hill Serenade
06. One Way Street
07. Kimiko’s Dream House
08. Low
09. Resurrection Song
10. Shiloh Town
11. Creeping Coastline of Lights
12. Lexington Slow Down
13. Last One In The World
14. Wheels
15. Mockingbirds
16. Wild Flowers
17. Sunrise
18. Carnival
19. Pendulum
20. The River Rise

CD 2
01. Dream Lullabye
02. Leaving New River Blues
03. Sympathy
04. To Valencia Courthouse
05. A Song While Waiting
06. Blues For D (Vocal Version)
07. No Contestar
08. Big White Cloud
09. Following The Rain
10. Grey Goes Black
11. Halcyon Daze
12. Blues Run The Game (Live)

2014 collection from the Alt-Rock/Indie singer/songwriter and former Screaming Trees frontman including 12 unreleased tracks. As one of America's great modern day vocalists and songwriters, Mark Lanegan has much in common with the timeless work of such legends as Fred Neil, Tim Hardin and Karen Dalton. Collecting Lanegan's solo material for Sub Pop, Beggars and more plus 12 unreleased tracks, this is the archive treatment Mark has long deserved. The 32 tracks shine a light on Mark's rare talent, and span the singer's entire career, from 1990's debut album The Winding Sheet to a treasure trove of recent unreleased gems and feature such guests as PJ Harvey, Josh Home and J Masks. His is a sound of grizzled vocals and dark melody, its lyrics chiseled out of late night thoughts and dark humor.

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