White Chalk is the seventh studio album by English singer-songwriter and musician PJ Harvey, released on 24 September 2007 on Island Records. Work on the album started in 2006, with producer Flood and John Parish, who also worked on her To Bring You My Love and Is This Desire? albums. Other collaborators on White Chalk are Eric Drew Feldman and Jim White from Dirty Three.
Chalk People by Chalk People, released 25 May 2018 1. Sea Swimming 2. Out For Delivery 3. Hoverfly 4. Satsuma 5. Weed Bags 6. Fallow 7. Gooseberry 8. Nada "It sounds both modern and colloquial. Adventurous and warm, like if Arthur Russell lived in a British seaside town. dreamy, pensive and playful". Mo. "Lord’s unique lyrical blend of the profound and the absurd places the album firmly in Britain". Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Paying supporters also get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app. Purchasable with gift card.
Written in Chalk is an album by Buddy and Julie Miller, released in 2009. It won numerous awards at the 2009 Americana Music Association awards: Album of the Year and the song "Chalk" won the Song of the Year. Buddy Miller won Artist of the Year and the duo won Duo/Group of the Year. The album art is a painting by Brian Kershisnik. All songs by Julie Miller unless otherwise noted. Ellis County" – 3:51. Gasoline and Matches" (Julie Miller, Buddy Miller) – 3:14. Don't Say Goodbye"– 5:10.
Andrew Chalk has been active since 1985 as Ferial Confine and has worked with many associates over the years, such as David Jackman (in Organum), Vortex Campaign, New Blockaders, Darren Tate (2) (in Ora), Giancarlo Toniutti, Jonathan Coleclough, and Christoph Heemann (in Mirror). He has also released releases under his own name, on labels such as Robot Records, Siren Records, Christoph Heemann's Streamline label and his own Faraway Press label.
Polly Jean Harvey has never made the same album twice, and neither has she ever made an album as bleak as White Chalk, which finds her trading guitar for piano and haunting her own house. Polly Jean Harvey has never made the same album twice, and neither has she ever made an album as bleak as White Chalk, which finds her trading guitar for piano and haunting her own house. If there's been a constant in Polly Jean Harvey's 15-year career it's that she seems uncomfortable in her own skin- which may explain why she sheds it so often.
So today the single is officially out with a cheeky B-side too which is a band version of a song from the first album.