9 thoughts on “ The Lacemaker - This Mortal Coil - Blood (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Sep 04,  · The three albums released by 4AD Records collective This Mortal Coil — led by label founder Ivo Watts-Russell, and featuring contributions from members of the Cocteau Twins, Dead Can Dance, Throwing Muses, Pixies and more — will be reissued next month in deluxe CD and LP editions. Full details right here.
  2. Blood, an Album by This Mortal Coil. Released 22 April on 4AD (catalog no. DAD CD; CD). Genres: Ethereal Wave, Dream Pop. Featured peformers: John Fryer (co-producer, engineer), John Turner (engineer), Ivo Watts-Russell (producer).
  3. This Mortal Coil "Blood" LP. This Mortal Coil "Blood" LP. $) Current Stock: The new deluxe vinyl versions differ from the original releases with each album having had its artwork reimagined. Remastered audio made from the original analogue studio tapes in
  4. Coming at the start of a new decade, the final part of the This Mortal Coil trilogy, Blood (), felt like a perfect end, especially as so much had happened both for the label and Ivo in between albums. Blood is meticulously orchestrated, a cogent double album that feels like the most "band-like" of their works.
  5. Mar 28,  · This Mortal Coil’s final studio album is a classic; considerably more controlled and condensed than its wonderful predecessor, Filigree & Shadow, it’s aged more elegantly, sounding very much a record of the 90s (it was recorded than ’91) than of the previous decade.
  6. The long-overdue third album from This Mortal Coil – one that came after something of a hiatus from the previous date – but which continued the group's great tradition of reworking old music for the future! As before, there's almost an ancient sense of sound at play here – not just in the stringed instruments and other elements that form the core – but also in the.
  7. Jan 19,  · This Mortal Coil's final studio album is a classic; considerably more controlled and condensed than its wonderful predecessor, Filigree & Shadow, it's aged more elegantly, sounding very much a record of the 90s (it was recorded than '91) than of the previous decade.
  8. The third and final album by This Mortal Coil, 's Blood is neither as unfocused as Filigree & Shadow or as conceptually pure as It'll End in Tears, but it's a solidly enjoyable harwingsimpricktogoldcapoforjoeprudlet.coinfo: $
  9. Landing at the start of a new decade, after much had happened in both producer Ivo Watts-Russell’s life and with his 4AD label, the fi nal part of the This Mortal Coil trilogy, Blood (), felt like a perfect conclusion. Meticulously orchestrated, vocalists Alison Limerick, Deirdre and Louise Rutkowski return from the second album with Caroline Crawley (Shelleyan Orphan / Babacar) and 4AD.

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