Espers - III album flac
Style: Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock
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Album Name III. Type Album. Music StyleFolk Rock. Members owning this album0. 1. I Can't See Clear. 2. The Road of Golden Dust. 5. That Which Darkly Thrives.
On III opener "I Can't See Clear", something's different. The tempo has crept up a couple of notches. So what we've got here is Espers' move toward simplicity and directness, a look that doesn't suit them especially well. Those arrangements are a big part of the problem. Weeks has numbers at his disposal- the first time I saw Espers live, they peaked at 12 people onstage. And on III, he apparently can't resist using those numbers. So moments that would've worked fine with just an acoustic guitar or a murmuring organ get both, plus a spindly violin or a flanged-out electric guitar or some kind of mandolin thing.
Espers - III Album Lyrics. I Can't See Clear Lyrics. 3. Another Moon Song Lyrics.
III is Espers' fourth full-length album. It was released on October 20, 2009. The band (known for bleak and melancholic music) has stated in a press release that they've "attempted to create something that would be perhaps cheery at times, though that mark may have been missed.
Is Espers III the best album by Espers? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Espers III by Espers (2009) Release date: 2009-10-20 Overall rank: 35,581st.
Espers' fourth album does not buck this trend. Their previous record, II (2006), is an album for the annals. So imaginative and intense was it that Espers transcended the boundaries of the post-modern folk world they found themselves in, and discovered a higher plane that mixed The Wicker Man soundtrack, early Black Sabbath and Pentangle. Caroline', featuring both Espers lynchpins on vocals, is III's best track.
By Robyn Burrows on 01 March 2010. III is actually the fourth album from this folk troupe from Philadelphia. Now officially a five-piece, the band has undergone a bit of a shake up and their sound hasn't escaped this. Stating that their aim was to 'record as little as possible', they have done just that. The result is a far cry from the dark, heavy layered sound of their previous album, II. What they have achieved with III is a much lighter airy sound, but fans of their previous work will be pleased to know that rather than a disappointment, the new sound of III almost comes as a relief.
Esper or Espers may refer to: Espers (band), a Philadelphia-based folk group. Espers (album), their eponymous debut album. Espers (comics), a series of comics written by James D. Hudnall and published by Eclipse Comics. Esper Mami, a manga created by Fujiko Fujio. Esper (Final Fantasy), a type of mystical being in a number of the Final Fantasy video games. Esper (surname), a list of people with the surname. ESPer, person who has extrasensory perception. Mark Esper, Acting . Secretary of Defense.
Espers is a psych folk band from Philadelphia that is part of the emerging indie folk scene. They formed in 2002 as a trio of singer-songwriter Greg Weeks, Meg Baird and Brooke Sietinsons but later expanded to a sextet including Otto Hauser, Helena Espvall and Chris Smith.
|1||I Can't See Clear||4:14|
|2||The Road Of Golden Dust||5:07|
|5||That Which Darkly Thrives||5:14|
|8||Another Moon Song||6:03|
- Licensed From – Espers
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Wichita Recordings Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Wichita
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- ASIN: B00CX1KHSE
|DC416||Espers||III (LP, Album)||Drag City||DC416||US||2009|
|WEBB235CDL||Espers||III (CD, Album)||Wichita||WEBB235CDL||UK||2009|
|WEBB235CDW||Espers||III (CDr, Album, Promo)||Wichita||WEBB235CDW||UK||2009|
|LOVECD78||Espers||III (CD, Album, Dig)||Love Da Records||LOVECD78||Hong Kong||2009|
|DC416CD||Espers||III (CD, Album, Promo, Dig)||Drag City||DC416CD||US||2009|