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The Breath - Carry Your Kin (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Breath - Carry Your Kin at Discogs. Complete your The Breath collection/5(15).
  2. The supporting evidence of the album’s title track ‘Carry Your Kin’ suggests that ‘bereft’ is used in its proper sense: true loss. This was a fact of life for child-besieged ancestors: children unborn, children dead in babyhood or infancy, children left helpless before man-made forces like famine or war.
  3. Feb 06,  · In turns hypnotic, lush, raw and raucously punchy, their songs entrance, uplift and break your heart as The Breath conjure a kaleidoscope of sound that perfectly frames Connolly's powerful and distinctive voice. Recorded in Manchester and at Real World Studios, the album was mixed by sound guru Tchad Blake. Review/5(10).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Carry Your Kin on Discogs/5(3).
  5. Jul 08,  · Carry Your Kin Lyrics: The road onward / Knows your path / Knowing history’s wrath / Carry with you / Ghost of time / Love held you / Mine / Cold as stone / .
  6. Let the Cards Fall —with pianist John Ellis, bassist Sam Vicary and drummer Luke Flowers— is the follow-up to their breakthrough album, Carry Your Kin. A bewitching collection of songs allowed to mature and breathe without losing the widescreen, multi-textured kaleidoscope of sound that marked their debut, while refining their.
  7. Oct 23,  · Provided to YouTube by RealWorldRecords Carry Your Kin · The Breath Carry Your Kin ℗ Real World Records Ltd Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  8. Carry Your Kin is the band's debut album and shows real promise. Rioghnach Connolly has a beautifully melodic and dancing kind of voice, a tone that silky smooth and draws you in. Instrumentally well arranged and quiet rightly take a back seat to her vocals. Such a good album, it leaves you a little disappointed when it comes to an end/5(11).

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