℗ 2002 Peter Gabriel Ltd
 

Birdy: Music from the film

Peter Gabriel

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1
At Night (2002 Remastered Version)
Peter Gabriel
2:46
2
Floating Dogs (2002 Remastered Version)
Peter Gabriel
3:00
3
Quiet And Alone (2002 Remastered Version)
Peter Gabriel
2:37
4
Close Up (From 'Family Snapshot' / 2002 Remastered Version)
Peter Gabriel
0:55
5
Slow Water (2002 Remastered Version)
Peter Gabriel
2:55
6
Dressing The Wound (2002 Remastered Version)
Peter Gabriel
4:11
7
Birdy's Flight (From 'Not One Of Us' / 2002 Remastered Version)
Peter Gabriel
3:03
8
Slow Marimbas (2002 Remastered Version)
Peter Gabriel
3:25
9
The Heat (From 'The Rhythm Of The Heat' / 2002 Remastered Version)
Peter Gabriel
4:48
10
Sketch Pad With Trumpet And Voice (2002 Remastered Version)
Peter Gabriel
3:09
11
Under Lock And Key (from 'Wallflower' / 2002 Remastered Version)
Peter Gabriel
2:28
12
Powerhouse At The Foot Of The Mountain (From 'San Jacinto' / 2002 Remastered Version)
Peter Gabriel
2:24
Total Playing Time    35:41
Recorded between October and December 1984 and originally released in 1985, Birdy marks the first occasion that Peter worked with French-Canadian producer and multi-instrumentalist Daniel Lanois who was fresh from working on The Unforgettable Fire with U2. Lanois went on to co-produce the So and US albums with Peter.

Birdy is the soundtrack to the Alan Parker movie of the same name – the tale of a Vietnam vet who harbours Icarus-like ambitions to fly – it finds Peter flexing his creative muscles free of any commercial pressures.
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