Voice From A Distance (CD, Album).
Album: Voice from a Distance. Download Coral Caves - Waves. Voice from a Distance: Best 2 songs. Coral Caves - Voice from a Distance 10:09. Coral Caves - Camels 04:55. Album: Voice from a Distance. Coral Caves: best 2 tracks. Coral Caves - Voice from a Distance Voice from a Distance, 1999 10:09. Coral Caves - Camels Voice from a Distance, 1999 04:55.
Voice from a Distance, Voice from a Distance. 2. Awaking, Voice from a Distance. 3. Deep Atmosphere, Voice from a Distance. 4. Nightmares, Voice from a Distance. 5. Waves (I Part One, II Part Two), Voice from a Distance. 6. Camels, Voice from a Distance. Albums Coral Caves discography. Voice from a Distance. First Coral Caves release date 2. 2010 and latest album 2. For these years artist Coral Caves recorded 1 albums
BBC Radio Leeds presented 1st in the UK our new EP album "Sometimes Shine" and played the 2nd track: "shine"! CoralCaves SometimesShine Shine BBCRadio. Seems a little quiet over here.
Coral Caves is not for shredders, tech-rock nuts or the avant lovers. But this album is a must for melodic prog lovers: anyone into Floyd, RPWL, Marillion, Kansas, PFM, should be running to grab this one. And I enjoyed comparing the cover to the Jester's Tear artwork-while perhaps unintentional there are some interesting similarities if you look close. A strong album that will please most lovers of Symphonic, ISP, Neo, and Crossover. The voice fits perfectly into this kind of music and offers some good moments. So overall a good album that desearve attention from prog listners, has plenty of more then ok moments even is not something groundbreaking in terms of origianlity.
Parr Street Studio, Liverpool. Ambitious Cerebral Complex Freewheeling Self-Conscious Sophisticated Atmospheric Bright Dramatic Dreamy Energetic Hypnotic Intimate Literate Mysterious Ominous Playful Reflective Rollicking Rousing Soothing Spooky Trippy Warm. Country Life Hanging Out Imagination Late Night Other Times & Places.
The Coral is the eponymous debut studio album by British indie rock band The Coral. It was released 29 July 2002 in the United Kingdom on the Deltasonic label, where it debuted at number 5 in the charts, and on 3 March 2003 in the United States on Columbia Records. It was also nominated for the Mercury Music Prize. The album was included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die, although it has since been removed. James Skelly – vocals, guitar, co-producer.
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