Bright Eyes - There Is No Beginning To The Story EP download album
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A dozen years after its release, Fevers & Mirrors, Bright Eyes' defining LP, is reissued by Saddle Creek, along with 2002's There Is No Beginning to the Story E. Looking back, what stands out is how little relation it has to emo or just about anything. There is no Fugazi in Bright Eyes, no Sunny Day Real Estate, no punk rock, to be honest. And there's no Bob Dylan either and crucially much less Jeff Mangum than in the past, at least musically
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Fevers and Mirrors is the third album by the Nebraska indie band Bright Eyes, recorded in 1999 and released on May 29, 2000. It was the 32nd release of the Omaha, Nebraska-based record label Saddle Creek Records. The album was released later in 2000 in the United Kingdom as the inaugural release from Wichita Recordings. The album begins with a recording of a little boy reading Mitchell Is Moving, a book by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat
The EP is almost a teaser for the upcoming record but still holds the same risky feeling but as always seems to hold it's own as a fine record. The first track (From A Balance Beam) really takes you into the album and clutches your curiosity for what's to come. Coming from a Catholic school Conor's religious input seems to reflect in his songs some. With lines like "Now I'm staring at the sun, waiting for it to explode. The Third Song (We Are Free Men) This heart-cracking song is in my opinion the most influential song on this album. The duet of Conor and his vocal partner on this song really made this song more original and gave an almost warm feeling to the song. The Fourth Song (Loose Leaves) is a more bouncy, electric, and joyful song of the EP. It's catchy rhythm is jaunty and even cheery in it's whole. It's a really sing-along-song that we don't really see from Conor too often.
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Complete your Bright Eyes collection. Is there a release that has it as a hidden track? The listing is as follows. 01 - From A Balance Beam 02 - Messenger Bird's Song 03 - We Are Free Men 04 - Loose Leaves 05 - Amy In The White Coat (Hidden). Maybe they meant bonus track? (I hate not having all the different versions and I need to know). Thanks! Rispondi Avvertimi Helpful.
There Is No Beginning To The Story Album. There Is No Beginning To The Story.
There Is No Beginning to the Story. Other albums by Bright Eyes. When the President Talks to God. Shell Games. We're Going To Be Friends. Bright Eyes 5/14/2002. Conor Oberst, the singer/songwriter behind Bright Eyes, bills himself modestly as "guitars, Rhodes, piano, voice" on this 2002 five-song EP featuring nearly two dozen vocalists and instrumentalists. Above the din of Elephant 6-like orchestration, something that has escalated since his work with Neutral Milk Hotel and Of Montreal, there is his fragile, crackling voice full of laments for lost love in the Nebraska night. And as his label, Saddle Creek, has seen prosperity from mates the Faint, real money was well spent on tighter, professional recording.
|1||From A Balance Beam||3:41|
|2||Messenger Bird's Song||5:30|
|3||We Are Free Men||4:35|
- Recorded At – Presto! Recording Studios
- Arranged By [Horn] – Andy LeMaster, Conor Oberst, Todd Baechle
- Bass, Percussion – Casey Scott
- Bass, Percussion [Pylons] – Matt Maginn
- Bassoon – Margret Fish
- Drums – Clark Baechle, Clay Leverett, Clint Schnase, Matt Focht, Mike Sweeney
- Dulcimer [Hammer], Vibraphone, Glockenspiel, Mandolin, Resonator Guitar [Doboro], Banjo, Bells, Electric Guitar – Mike Mogis
- Electric Guitar, Voice – Andy Lemaster
- Flute, Voice – Jiha Lee
- Guitar, Electric Piano [Rhodes], Piano, Voice – Conor Oberst
- Layout – Matt Maginn
- Layout, Artwork [Diorama] – Zack Nipper
- Mastered By – Doug Van Sloun
- Mixed By – Mike Mogis
- Organ – Stefanie Drootin
- Other [Booking] – Eric Dimenstein
- Percussion – Roslyn Maginn
- Piano – Chris Brooks, Maria Talyor*
- Recorded By – Andy LeMaster, Mike Mogis
- Trumpet, Voice – Orenda Fink
- Voice – Clay Leverett, Maria Talyor*, Todd Baechle
- Voice, Other [Good Advice] – Simon Joyner
NotesRecorded in December 2001 and January 2002
|LBJ-45||Bright Eyes||There Is No Beginning To The Story EP (CD, EP)||Saddle Creek||LBJ-45||US||2002|
|LBJ-45||Bright Eyes||There Is No Beginning To The Story (12", EP, RE + CD, EP)||Saddle Creek||LBJ-45||US||2012|
|LBJ-45||Bright Eyes||There Is No Beginning To The Story EP (12", EP, TP)||Saddle Creek||LBJ-45||US||2004|
|WEBB031SCD||Bright Eyes||There Is No Beginning To The Story EP (CD, EP)||Wichita||WEBB031SCD||Europe||2002|
|LBJ-45||Bright Eyes||There Is No Beginning To The Story EP (12", EP)||Saddle Creek||LBJ-45||US||2002|