9 thoughts on “ Im Glad - Field Music - Commontime (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Label: Memphis Industries - MILPX • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition Orange Neon Translucent / g • Country: UK, Europe & US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock Field Music - Commontime (, Orange Neon Translucent / g, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(14).
  2. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album Field Music's classic Commontime on double heavyweight vinyl. Includes unlimited streaming of Commontime via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
  3. Commontime is a pleasant album that grooves and has charming lyrics and melodies. The whole production is very reminiscent of Steely Dan's Aja/5(28).
  4. Commontime is a pleasant album that grooves and has charming lyrics and melodies. The whole production is very reminiscent of Steely Dan's Aja. Fields Music write lyrics that sound like a debate playing out between two confused people, and it shows up in the music, so it's an album full of paradoxes: complicated relationships, growing up and losing childhood, fond memories and eagerness/5(28).
  5. Field Music - Commontime - LP. Field Music - Commontime - LP. Double vinyl. Track listing: The Noisy Days Are Over Disappointed But Not For You I'm Glad Don’t You Want To Know What's Wrong? How Should I Know If You've Changed? Trouble At The Lights They Want You To Remember It's A Good Thing The Morning Is Waiting Indeed It Is That's Close.
  6. Commontime [ Gram Vinyl] (LP) Field Music Commontime (CD) Field Music Music For Drifters [OST] [Record Store Day] (LP) Field Music View More. Label Releases. Flight Of Ideas (LP) I'm Glad. Field Music 5. Don't You Want To Know What's Wrong? Field Music 6. How Should I Know If You've Changed.
  7. Commontime was the first album released by Field Music since David and Peter Brewis became fathers, and several of its songs are about parenthood and family, as well as the shift in responsibility and priorities imposed by children.
  8. Where 's 'Plumb' was an album of vignettes & segues, their 6th studio album, 'Commontime', edges towards what people might dare to call “proper songs”. Field Music have never shown off their unashamed love of choruses quite like they do here.
  9. Field Music - Commontime - CD: £; Signed CD: £; Double LP: £; Orange 2xLP: £ Fifth album from Mercury Prize nominated Sunderland duo Field Music aka Peter and David Brewis and packs in influenced from indie-rock, pop, electro and R&B!. No one else really does what Field Music do; the interweaving vocals, the rhythmic gear changes, the slightly off-chords, but with .

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