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Woolgather Programmes Vol. I: The Pleasure Principle album cover
3.09 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Sticks and Stones (6:41)
2. Wind-Up Bird (5:34)
3. Highway Ghosts (7:12)
4. Godspeed (1:47)
5. P.S. (I Confess) (5:35)
6. Nightlight (3:41)
7. The Other Half of Me (5:54)
8. Zephyr (3:11)
9. Cherry-Bomb Closure (7:32)
10. Ashes and Echoes (4:26)

Total time 51:33


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Line-up / Musicians

- Casey Tipton / vocals, guitars
- Matt Eads /drums
- Eric Stephens / bass
- Rodrigo Lloreda / keyboards

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3 stars From the first track, I thought this might be a sweet album. Woolgather begin it with the stirring and passionate 'Sticks And Stones' which kind of sets the tone. The song is carried on a lovely balance of analogue warmth in the shape of acoustic guitar and piano, with weighty electric guitar a ... (read more)

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