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Seabuckthorn - I Could See The Smoke album mp3

Seabuckthorn - I Could See The Smoke album mp3
I Could See The Smoke
Modern Classical, Acoustic
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1761 mb
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Seabuckthorn 'Seabuckthorn' is the solo work of Andy Cartwright. Exploring various approaches on guitars, with fingerpicking, bowing and slides, often with layered accompaniments Crossing, released 06 June 2019 1. Crossing I 2. Premonition 3. To Which The Rest Were Dreamt 4. The Cloud And The Redness 5. The Observatory 6. It Can Ashen 7. The After Quiet 8. Crossing II 9. Cleanse 10. Circular Sculpture 11. Crossing III 12. I Encountered Only Dark 13. The Surrounds 14. Crossed PRESS : "Cartwright's sliding chords feel glacial and immense in a way that is not human  . I Could See The Smoke. They Haunted Most Thickly.

Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. Seabuckthorn' is the solo work of Andy Cartwright. Exploring various approaches on guitars, with fingerpicking, bowing and slides, often with layered accompaniments.

The pluming smoke could represent the le decline of a mighty nation and its threadbare flag of fading blues, or it may only be an underlying symptom of a larger epidemic, a forest fire which began in America before spreading to the plains of Europe. A House With Too Much Fire is enveloped in its surroundings, but it also embraces the environment’s past, making it a throwback of sorts, but the grayscale is still ripe. Disentangled continues in the same vein as its reverb-threaded guitar lies on top of a dirt-dry soundscape. While this happens, the smoke rises, billowing out in a smoke-signal as far as the eye can see; the sound of burning in an isolated place, and an ending as things are thrown into the fire, never to return.

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For the mini-series, see The Smoke (TV series). This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. The Smoke was an English pop group from York. They consisted of Mick Rowley (lead vocals) (born Michael Rowley, 29 June 1946, Scarborough, Yorkshire), Mal Luker (lead guitar) (born Malcom Luker, 3 March 1946, New Delhi, India), John "Zeke" Lund (bass) (born John Raine Lund, 13 November 1945, York, Yorkshire) and Geoff Gill (drums and compositor) (born Geoffrey Robert Gill, 15 May 1949, York). 1967: "If The Weather's Sunny", "I Would If I Could, But I Can't" (UK). 1967: "Victor Henry's Cool Book", "Have Some More Tea" (D). 1967: "It Could Be Wonderful", "Have Some More Tea" (UK). 1968: "Utterly Simple", "Sydney Gill" (UK). 1968: "Sydney Gill", "It Could Be Wonderful" (D).

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Album, 1967, Repertoire Records. 3. You Can't Catch Me. 4. High in a Room. 12. I Would if I Could but I Can't. 13. Have Some More Tea. 14. Victor Henry's Cool Book. 16. It Could Be Wonderful. 17. Keep a Hold of What You've Got. 18. She's a Liar. 19. I Am Only Dreaming. 20. Universal Vagrant. 21. Dreams of Dreams.

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A1 I Could See The Smoke 3:28
A2 Seen As A Black Road 4:56
A3 The Good River 3:30
B1 Returnee 4:12
B2 Overgrown Courtyard 3:00
B3 Passage Of Old 3:47

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Settled Scores LLC


  • Cover [Cover Arrangements] – Ryan Keane, Valérie Tortolero
  • Mastered By – William Ryan Fritch
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Andy Cartwright
  • Resonator Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar, Drums – Andy Cartwright


Cassette Includes:
- Pro-dubbed High-Bias Audio Cassette
- Hand Numbered Edition of 100
- Digital Download Coupon in Formats 24Bit WAV, 320 MP3, Etc.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Seabuckthorn I Could See The Smoke ‎(6xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Not On Label (Seabuckthorn Self-released) none UK 2016