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    Main » 2015 » February » 21 » Phil Sawyer ~ 1971 ~ Childhood`s End
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    Phil Sawyer ~ 1971 ~ Childhood`s End
    Phil Sawyer ~ 1971 ~ Childhood`s Endgenre: folk
    state: australia
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 200 mb)
    time: 33'58"

    psychedelicfolk.com:
    The music surely has its own character, which reveals itself most easily on the first tracks, and the last. What immediately attract are the first three songs ("September Woman", "Nightbirds", and "The Other Side of Silence"), sung with a soft romantic voice, played with moody organ or flute and some soft layers of guitars. The songs reveal deep feelings related with certain relationships. The fourth track, “Childhood's End” has more electric guitar arrangements. “Where did everybody go?” is something completely different in style, recorded with live voices in studio, a making fun song, perhaps recorded completely stoned. Also “Electric Children” is more rocking, and could have come from the same session. Also this is in a more mainstream style, compensated by an overload of crazy reverb effects on guitars. Both these tracks are from a different character and recording quality, but being in the middle of the album, just show something like a different aspect, a compensated insecure moment perhaps. “The Chase” holds the middle between this sphere and the earliest quieter moment, with some electric guitars working as the connecting wire. After “Stranger in the Street”, it is by “Letters to Seraphina” that we’re back to where the album started. It is one of the moodiest tracks, with additional tabla. Here I can easily associate the kind of seashore endless haze seen on the album cover. 

    1 September Woman  3:14
     2 Nightbirds  3:32
     3 On the Other Side of Silence  3:50
     4 Childhood's End  2:55
     5 Where Did Everybody Go? 3:38
     6 Electric Children 4:39
     7 The Chase 4:02
     8 Stranger In the Street 2:48
     9 Letters To Seraphina 5:21


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