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Flying Dream 1

Elbow

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1.1
Flying Dream 1
Elbow
4:34
1.2
After the Eclipse
Elbow
4:18
1.3
Is It a Bird
Elbow
4:13
1.4
Six Words
Elbow
5:07
1.5
Calm and Happy
Elbow
3:06
1.6
Come On, Blue
Elbow
5:19
1.7
The Only Road
Elbow
4:22
1.8
Red Sky Radio (Baby Baby Baby)
Elbow
4:08
1.9
The Seldom Seen Kid
Elbow
4:13
1.10
What Am I Without You
Elbow
5:08
Total Playing Time    44:28
"A soothing, slow-burning collection. Bury's finest return with a record that reflects on times and friends gone by." - NME Elbow release their ninth studio album, Flying Dream 1. The band wrote Flying Dream 1 remotely in their home studios before coming together at the empty Brighton Theatre Royal to perfect, perform, and record the songs. The album is produced by Craig Potter. Long term collaborator Alex Reeves returns on drums and percussion with Sarah Field on clarinets and saxophones. Backing vocalists were Wilson Atie, Adeleye Omotayo, and Marit Røkeberg from London Contemporary Voices and old friend and long-time collaborator Jesca Hoop.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Polydor Records Studio Masters

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