2013Zone For Latest Downloads

 
     
 
Legal Downloads » Torrents » William Elliott Whitmore...Field Songs(2011)[FLAC]
Menu
Home Applications
Games Movies
Music TV Shows
Torrents Graphics

Sitemap

RSS
 
Advanced Search
Last News
Site Info
Top Contributors:
  1    supper88 32766
  2    admin 32711
  3    Whisky 10080
  4    Shark_ 8911
  5    creativelivenew 8706
  6    whathesupa 2799
  7    candymypost 840
  8    hvnteam 629
  9    vuong87 3


Articles:
  This Hour: 0
  Today: 0
  This Month: 0
  All Time: 515501


Torrents:
  Today: 0
  Yesterday: 0
  All Time: 156676


Membership:
  Registered Today :0
  This Hour:0
  This Month:0
  Total:14
  Banned:1

{online}
{inform_torrent}
Friend:
Full Download Scripts
Torrent Download
Trend
Trend

Search In Site

Torrents : William Elliott Whitmore...Field Songs(2011)[FLAC]
 

Torrent name:William Elliott Whitmore...Field Songs(2011)[FLAC]

Seeds:0

Leechers:0

Health: 

Total size:180.74 MB

Torrent added:2012-05-21 04:50:44

Info hash:7B3A35ACCEAB4704E51C602D8A1674256EA0A488


Description:
 

On first listen, Field Songs may seem more related to the concerns of his earlier trilogy of recordings; one whose focus expresses only the necessity of returning to life's basics as seen from the front porch of a farmhouse. It's where this album begins and ends geographically. That said, Field Songs, structured as an eight-song cycle to be taken in one sitting, has implications that are far wider--it contains the entire world. With the sound of actual field recordings of birds and crickets chirping throughout these songs, a grander vision unfolds. It begins with "Lay Your Burdens Down," where Whitmore urges the listener to shed what holds her back and uses his own history to illustrate the consequence of not doing so. His strummed banjo links a chain from ancient griots and farmers to survivors of war and poverty, to prisoners and all oppressed people in asking the question: "How long can this night time last?" In "Field Song," driven by a choppy, percussive guitar, Whitmore remembers "three square meals and a livin' wage" as the "good old days," before the "Manifest Destiny of the factory farms." He even asserts "much was lost when the West was won," that the gilded age is over; the best of times have yet to come if only we get into the field and do the work. What work? It may be building a house with our own hands, or it may be organizing with others.

cd ripped by EAC

please seed
 
http://dickthespic.org/about/

Download utorrent client from http://www.utorrent.com/ before downloading from below magnet link

magnet:?xt=urn:btih:7B3A35ACCEAB4704E51C602D8A1674256EA0A488


William Elliott Whitmore...Field Songs(2011)[FLAC] Fast Download



 
 
 
Dear visitor, you went to the site as an unregistered user. We encourage you to register or enter the site under your name.
 
   
 
 (Votes #: 0)