9 thoughts on “ Flutter - The Unthanks - Mount The Air (CD, Album) ”

  1. Like its predecessor, Mount the Air is a dark storeroom of soft, piano-led balladry peppered with tasteful flourishes of upright bass, soft brush work, and spectral horns and strings, but it's also a far more ambitious outing, sporting two epic ten-minute pieces that flirt with experimental ambient pop grandeur.8/
  2. Feb 09,  · The rest of the album is up to that standard. The title track is beautiful with a hauntingly subdued brass arrangement. In fact the arrangements are outstanding and complement the Unthanks voices wonderfully. Extra bonus for incorporating a poem by Charles Causey. An outstanding, beautiful and haunting album in every way/5().
  3. Product Description Mount The Air is the first studio album by The Unthanks since Last was released four years ago. The album has been two years in the making and is the first to be made in their own makeshift studio in Northumberland/5().
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Mount The Air on Discogs. Label: Rabble Rouser Music - RRM • Format: CD Album • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk/5(14).
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Unthanks - Mount The Air at Discogs. Complete your The Unthanks collection/5(41).
  6. 'Mount the Air' finds The Unthanks at a point where they have effectively transcended genre – their takes on traditional songs flip so effortlessly between jazz, classical, ambient and post-rock as to make any attempt to put a label on them a waste of time. It sounds both wildly experimental and comfortably familiar at the same time.
  7. Eighth studio album by the English folk band. Debuting at #26 in the UK Albums Chart, the album features brand new tracks 'Died for Love', 'Foundling' and 'The Poor Stranger'.
  8. Mount the Air, the eighth album by English folk group the Unthanks, was released on 9 February It received five-starred reviews in The Daily Telegraph and The Irish Times and four-starred reviews in the Financial Times and The Guardian. It was the winner in the best album category in the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards.
  9. I'll mount the air on swallows wings To find my dearest dear And if I lose my labour And cannot find him there I quickly will become a fish to search the roaring seas I love my love Because i know my lover He loves me I'll mount the air .

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