The Voluntary Butler Scheme - Trading Things In album flac
Trading Things In Video directed by James Copeman. From the album At Breakfast, Dinner, Tea.
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The Voluntary Butler Scheme is the stage name for one-man band Rob Jones, based in Stourbridge near Birmingham. Jones records and produces the majority of his material by himself in the home studio in his bedroom.
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TRACK: Trading Things In. WHO: Rob Jones from Stourbridge, birthplace of Pop Will Eat Itself, Neds Atomic Dustbin, meaning his one-man band was legally obliged to have a peculiar name too. WHAT: Light-hearted, big-hearted indie folk. WE SAY: There’s a very large part of me that’s starting to think that the entire field of science fiction is a warren of s and anyone who tries to write about the future is better off giving it a swerve as they’re on a hiding to nothing.
Honey In The Gravel Mixture. The Voluntary Butler Scheme. 321. 5. Until My Watch Runs Out Of Battery.
Voluntary Butler Scheme is the precious creation of one man, Rob Jones. The Birmingham based solo band-man uses his home studio to create most of this music, making debut album At Breakfast, Dinner, Tea armed with an arsenal of instruments – including a kazoo and a ukulele; a man after any music lover’s heart, I think you’d agree. His music is the personification of the Juno soundtrack; with catchy melodies, even cuter lyrics and an entirely twee outlook on life and love
The Voluntary Butler Scheme. If I were to trade my jumbo jet In for a paper plane Maybe you'd tell me you feel the same (Maybe you'd tell me you feel the same).
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Artist Album Song Title. Who Sang Trading Things In? The Voluntary Butler Scheme. Release information Release Date: 2009-9-7 length: 2:30 Lyrics. Tracklist CD 1. 1 Breakfast. 2 Trading Things In. 3 Alarm Clock.
The Voluntary Butler Scheme is, to all intents and purposes, Rob Jones – a young man holed up in Stourbridge just outside Birmingham, writing pop songs of classic sound, vivid imagination and homemade ingenuity. A couple of years ago, Rob filled the days surfing drum stools, playing for a string of bands and relishing the low-expectations life of a jobbing musician.
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- Barcode: 5060095790502
|cdsplit021||The Voluntary Butler Scheme||Trading Things In (CD, Single)||Split Records||cdsplit021||UK||2009|