Floating Dogs - Peter Gabriel - Birdy (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Track List [Disc 1] At Night Floating Dogs Quiet and Alone [Disc 2] Close Up Slow Water Dressing the Wound [Disc 3] Birdy's Flight Slow Marimbas The Heat [Disc 4] Sketch Pad with Trumpet and Voice Under Lock and Key Powerhouse at the Foot of the Mountain Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new.
  2. Peter Gabriel's first foray into soundtracks was for Alan Parker's contemplative film Birdy and is a successful companion piece, providing a backdrop that is moody and evocative. Nearly half of the album's dozen tracks incorporate threads from material found on Gabriel's Security set, including "Close Up," which makes use of keyboard passages from "Family Snapshot", and "The Heat," which.
  3. Buy Birdy [OST] [Half-Speed Remaster] (LP) by Peter Gabriel (LP $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  4. May 30,  · 'Birdy' is available once more on vinyl with the album being half speed remastered and cut to lacquers at 45rpm across two heavyweight LPs and comes in a gatefold sleeve with a hi-res download Missing: Floating Dogs.
  5. Birdy is the first soundtrack and sixth album overall by the English rock musician Peter Gabriel, for the movie of the same name, released in The album marked Gabriel's first work with producer Daniel Lanois. It was remastered with most of Gabriel's catalogue in In addition to composing new pieces for the soundtrack, Gabriel also used instrumental themes and sections from earlier works to form the .
  6. Recorded in , and originally released in March , Birdy marked the first occasion that Peter worked with producer and multi-instrumentalist Daniel Lanois. The soundtrack to the Alan Parker movie of the same name, the album finds Peter flexing his creative muscles free of any commercial pressures and has a number of tracks build out of elements of existing tracks from Peter’s third and fourth solo albums.
  7. "Floating Dogs" is one of the oddest tracks on this CD. It begins with a very unsettling ambient discordant melody with the sound of chains and a tribal drum before it morphs into an electrifying trancey song. In some ways, this almost brings up images of the confines of a prisoner chained up at a mental hospital as the chainlike sounds bring up.
  8. Peter Gabriel's first foray into soundtracks was for Alan Parker's contemplative film Birdy and is a successful companion piece, providing a backdrop that is moody and evocative. Nearly half of the album's dozen tracks incorporate threads from material found on Gabriel's Security set, including "Close Up," which makes use of keyboard passages from "Family Snapshot," and "The Heat," which.

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