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RM Hubbert - Telling The Trees (2016)

18-05-2016, 08:40
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Title: Telling The Trees
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Chemikal Underground
Genre: Folk, Acoustic, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: AAC 256 Kbps
Total Time: 44:23 min
Total Size: 101 MB


1. Dinosaur Where We Fell In Love (feat. Anneliese Mackintosh)
2. Self Portrait in a Convex Mirror (feat. Anneke Kampman)
3. In Accordia (feat. Rachel Grimes)
4. I Can Hold You Back (feat. Kathryn Williams)
5. Sweet Dreams (feat. Marnie)
6. Dog (feat. Kathryn Joseph)
7. Unravelling (feat. Martha Ffion)
8. Probably Will / Probably Do (feat. Sarah J. Stanley)
9. Kas (feat. Aby Vulliamy)
10. Yew Tree (feat. Karine Polwart)
11. Chelsea Midnight (feat. Eleanor Friedberger)

A Scottish guitarist and singer/songwriter who has been a staple of the burgeoning Glasgow music scene since the early 1990s, Robert McArthur Hubbert, who prefers to go by RM Hubbert, is known for his innovative, flamenco-inspired guitar style and evocative solo outings, as well as his work with Glaswegian post-rockers El Hombre Trajeado. Hubbert's signature guitar style developed, almost therapeutically, after the tragic death of both his parents. His first collection of solo pieces, First & Last, was released independently in 2009, and resulted in a record deal with the prominent Scottish label Chemikal Underground, who would go on to issue 2012's Scottish Album of the Year Award-winning Thirteen Lost & Found, which found Hubbert collaborating with Alasdair Roberts, the Delgados' Emma Pollack, and Arab Strap's Aiden Moffat, as well as 2013's Breaks & Bone, the first outing to feature Hubbert on vocals, and 2014's collection of B-sides, Ampersand Extras. ~ James Christopher Monger.

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