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James Yorkston - The Route To The Harmonium Album

James Yorkston - The Route To The Harmonium Album
Performer: James Yorkston
Title: The Route To The Harmonium
Country: Europe
Genre: Folk & World
Released: 22 Feb 2019
Catalog number: WIGLP425X
Label: Domino
MP3 album szie: 1767 mb
FLAC album size: 1091 mb

Tracklist

1The Blue Of The Thistle2:44
2Yorkston Athletic3:52
3The Irish Wars Of Independence4:49
4Your Beauty Could Not Save You3:12
5Solitary Islands All3:09
6A Footnote To An Epitaph3:19
7Oh Me, Oh My2:43
8Shallow4:56
9The Villages I Have Known My Entire Life4:30
10Like Bees To Foxglove3:59
11My Mouth Ain't No Bible6:35
12Brittle3:15

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WIGLP425XJames Yorkston The Route To The Harmonium ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Gre + CDr, Comp)DominoWIGLP425XUK2019
WIGCD425James Yorkston The Route To The Harmonium ‎(CD + CDr, Comp)DominoWIGCD425UK2019
WIGCD425James Yorkston The Route To The Harmonium ‎(CD, Album)DominoWIGCD425Europe2019
WIGLP425James Yorkston The Route To The Harmonium ‎(LP, Album)DominoWIGLP425Europe2019
WIGLP425James Yorkston The Route To The Harmonium ‎(LP, Dlx, Gre)DominoWIGLP425Europe2019

Credits

  • ArtworkJonny Hannah
  • Written-ByJames Yorkston

Notes

Indie Store Exclusive includes:
Heavyweight Green Vinyl
Gatefold Sleeve
Poster
Download Card

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Sticker): 887828042531
  • Label Code: LC 10192

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Domino Recording Co. Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Domino Recording Co. Ltd.
  • Published By – Domino Publishing Co. Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Eve Studios
  • Recorded At – Inch House

Short intro

The Route To The Harmonium is an album by the Scottish singer-songwriter James Yorkston, released in 2019 by Domino Records. Produced by Yorkston and David Wrench, it was his ninth album with Domino. Drowned In Sound described Yorkston as, an authentic bard of the Celtic traditions, wandering minstrel sharing his tales with any wholl listen, going on to say that, His music feels part of the scenery rather than derived from it. The softly picked and. Yorkston Athletic 12. A Footnote to an Epitaph. This is the home of the limited run releases of James Yorkston, a low-rung sangster from the East Neuk o' Fife, Scotland. For James' official Domino Records releases, his books, live dates and such, please go here - . go to album. Bandcamp Daily your guide to the world of Bandcamp. Songs in album James Yorkston - The Route To The Harmonium 2019. James Yorkston - Your Beauty Could Not Save You. James Yorkston - The Irish Wars Of Independence. James Yorkston - Like Bees To Foxglove. James Yorkston - Shallow. James Yorkston - The Blue Of The Thistle. James Yorkston - My Mouth Ain't No Bible. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. James Yorkston. Alternative 2019. Your Beauty Could Not Save You. Yorkston Athletic. 12 Songs, 47 Minutes. Released February 22, 2019. 2019 Domino Recording Co Ltd. Yorkston continues to push himself on this engrossing folk album full of delicate authority. Yorkstons first solo record in five years was made at his ramshackle loft studio in Cellardyke, East Fife. Fishermans nets were once mended there now traditional instruments fill it, such as the concertina, the Swedish nyckelharpa, and the instrument of the albums title. Like its predecessor, The Route to the Harmonium, his ninth solo outing, combines a sort of meandering personal journal approach with arrangements that veer from solitary fingerpicking to robust stacks of brass, drums, and an unusual amount of zither. The Route To The Harmonium. 2019 сингл Vince Clarke Remix. Guy Fawkes' Signature. 2014 сингл. Feathers Are Falling. The Cellardyke Recording and Wassailing Society. Spanish Ants. Listen free to James Yorkston The Route To The Harmonium. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. Your Beauty Could Not Save You, 03:12. The Irish Wars of Independence, 04:49. Yorkston Athletic, 03:52. A Footnote to an Epitaph, 03:19. Now playing . Yorkston's devotion to regionalism and his own self-mythology remains a central aspect of his presentation, and with this album, he offers another mesmerizing glimpse into that strange but increasingly familiar world. Read full review. It's surprising how solitary The Route to the Harmonium comes off-save for a few busy, spoken word tracks that seem to stick out like a sore thumb. But The Route to the Harmonium seems to be James Yorkston's attempt to precisely stick out amongst the crowded field of folksy singer songwriters, and he wears it on his sleeve very well