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Moving Up Country, Roaring The Gospel - James Yorkston - Roaring The Gospel (CD, Album)

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  1. Das CD-Album "Moving Up Country" von James Yorkston + the Athletes () - Alle Infos, Songs und mehr.
  2. After Yorkston sent in a demo to famed British radio personality John Peel, Peel immediately put "Moving Up Country, Roaring the Gospel" into his show's rotation. Now, having been signed to .
  3. The resulting release, Route to the Harmonium, which found Yorkston musing on life and death, was issued at the beginning of ~ Jason MacNeil Albums Moving Up Country CDRip FLAC Just Beyond The River CDRip FLAC The Year Of The Leopard FLAC Roaring The Gospel CDRip FLAC When The Haar Rolls In CDRip FLAC Folk.
  4. Rebellious Jukebox, a Various Artists Compilation. Released in on Uncut (catalog no. UNCUT 02; CD).
  5. "Moving Up Country" was released as a single in on Bad Jazz Records. Following a split single with the Lone Pigeon and the St. Patrick EP, he delivered his debut album, Moving Up Country, under the name James Yorkston & the Athletes in the summer of via Domino.
  6. Roaring the Gospelis a compilation album by James Yorkston and the Athletes. The album is made up of hard-to-find tracks from EPs, some that had been released overseas and a few new songs.
  7. Moving Up Country was possibly a victim of its own proflicacy: with the band holed up in a remote Scottish Borders cottage for several weeks, no doubt supping on the local brew, recording sessions proved very fruitful indeed. Throwing it all together in one package is a smart move by Domino, reminding us what Yorkston was all about in the first.
  8. The demos for album tracks such as ‘Moving Up Country, Roaring The Gospel’ and ’The Patience Song’ may not offer a stark contrast between the album versions, yet show the workings of a capable singer-songwriter, turning sparse demo tracks into captivating songs with dense layers of instrumentation.

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