The Cake People - Statues album flac
The Cake People – Statues. Label: November Rain Records – NR 3501. Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single, Big Center Hole. Guitar, Vocals – Cary Wolf (Carrot Cake). Photography By – Dave Schlabowske. Producer – John C. Frankovic. Sleeve, Artwork – Victor Demichei. Written-By – Wolf, Frankovic. Recorded at Cornerstone Studio Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Vinyl apparently seems to be black, translucent when held to the light.
The Cake Sale is a 2006 charity album involving the collected works of a group of Irish and international musicians calling themselves The Cake Sale. The album features artists such as Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody, Lisa Hannigan, Damien Rice, Josh Ritter, Glen Hansard, Neil Hannon, members of Bell X1 and Nina Persson of The Cardigans. These were brought together by Brian Crosby, a member of Bell X1 at the time. The album had sold 35,000 copies and raised over €250,000 in Ireland by November 2007.
The Cake People, Saco, Maine. Special occasion cakes and cheesecakes.
Non-album tracks Another track appearing to be from this period, initially titled "Emotional Bankruptcy", was retitled "Bankrupt Emotionally" for its appearance on the 2006 greatest hits collection Catalogue. In contrast to the tragic view of love on Statues, the song "Take My Hand", a relatively upbeat love song, was an outtake. The song had a prominent brass scoring, jazz-funk bass line and wistful piano, as well as a confident multi-tracked delivery by Murphy that displays her extraordinary vocal technique.
Redirected from Cannot Contain This). Statues is the fourth and final studio album by English-Irish electronic music duo Moloko. It was released on 3 March 2003 by The Echo Label. After working with live musicians on their previous album, Things to Make and Do (2000), Moloko returned to electronic territory with this album, although the previous album's organic influences remains, as seen on "Familiar Feeling" and "Over & Over".
Hundreds of statues and thousands more visitors attend each year, so it’s the perfect place to get noticed. There is also an Amateur group for those of you just starting out, as well as one for kids. Afterwards all the living statues take part in a massive parade through the city. Dutch statue(s) De Verwondering (Amazement) Won the Championship This Year Source: Parks And Landscapes. Footage from the World Living Statues Festival 2012. com/watch?v FHbOkBc4yJE.
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The Statues Of Mount Nemrut, Turkey. The Motherland Calls Statue, Russia. The Statue of Unity, India. Regarded as one of the famous sculptures in the world, the Statue of Liberty was gifted to the United States from the people of France. Since 1886, the statue has been with the United States and today it stands as an insignia of liberty and democracy. The statue’s copper torch was later replaced 24-carat gold torch which is noticeable from a distance.
Statues is the fourth studio album by the band Moloko. Before this album Róisín Murphy and Mark Brydon ended their relationship private. The songs deal with pain ( " Forevermore" ), sadness ( " Statues " and "Over & Over "), but also have fun ( " Come On " and "100 %"). The album was produced by Mark Brydon and arranged by keyboardist Eddie Stevens live and Mark Brydon. Statues " also contains a DVD with all music videos of the duo. The album reached number 12 and number 18 in the German and UK charts
- Published By – Parahelion Music
- Pressed By – Musicol
- Recorded At – Cornerstone Studio, Milwaukee, WI
- Artwork [Laser Printing] – Jeffrey James
- Bass, Sitar, Keyboards [Keys], Vocals – John C. Frankovic (Johnny Cake)*
- Effects [Backwards Fuzz Wah], Bass – Paul Kneever Cakes*
- Engineer – Paul Kneevers
- Guitar, Vocals – Cary Wolf (Carrot Cake)*
- Photography By [Front Photo] – Dave Schlabowske
- Producer – John C. Frankovic*
- Sleeve, Artwork [Label] – Victor Demichei*
- Written-By – Wolf*, Frankovic*
NotesRecorded at Cornerstone Studio Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
50 copies on white vinyl, handnumbered on sticker on plastic bag, large center hole
The "-2" runout etching on side A is circled.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A [Hand-Etched]): MUSICOL 105129 -2
- Matrix / Runout (Side B [Hand-Etched]): MUSICOL 105130 GOING AWAY
- Rights Society: BMI
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|NR 3501||The Cake People||Statues (7", Single, cle)||November Rain Records||NR 3501||US||Unknown|