Friday, November 6, 2009

Autumn Grieve - Stray Birds EP - 2009



Quality: CBR 192 kbps
Label: Corbel Stone, CDr, Limited Edition, UK
01 Alight
02 Within Hollows
03 Shades
04 Revenants
05 Depart
06 Kneel
07 The Colling (see below: Aeolian Edition .....)

Credits:
Autumn Grieve: guitar, vocals
Richard Skelton: strings, piano

Notes:
CDr is packaged in handmade canvas card wallets with two inserts, bound in translucent paper and sealed with golden wax.
Limited to 21 numbered copies.

Stray Birds is a collection of songs penned from the shared soil of past failings and continuing hope. It was recorded in Cumbria and Lancashire, England, in the early winter of 2009.

Cover illustration from Historia Animalium (Volume III), first published in 1551, Conrad Gesner
by Alexander Francis Lydon - White Owl


Very beautifully music too! Not to be missed this one!

Aeolian Edition (Digital Album, released 09 January 2013) contains the additional song, "The Calling", first released as part of the "Vertical Integration" compilation on Second Language, 2010.


Autumn Grieve - Stray Birds (Digital Album) - 2013

07 The Colling (bonus track)

Big thanks to my friend Babu who reminds me on this beautiful song!


4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cool, thanks! Both discs are very beautiful, I agree with your admiration for Autumn Grieve. The packaging of the CD are wonderful, I hope that the project announced on her website on the Element of earth will continue soon. Ciao, giampiero@espansuoni

Lotus Coatl said...

This sensual and subdued voice reminds me Celia Humpris in Tree’s “Garden of Jane Delawny”. This is a very pleasant neo-folk EP with extremely appealing female vocals. Due to its extremely limited edition (21 copies), this album is going to become a little grail for the lovers of this genre. A nice handful of songs. Thank You

Zack said...

Such a beautiful voice, so hushed and evocative. More people should really hear her, cheers, for getting the word out!

Anonymous said...

There's a timeless quality to her voice that's very appealing. It'll be interesting to see what musical directions Autumn and Richard take in the future.
Lyndon

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