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Blackfield

Blackfield

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1.1
Open Mind (Remastered)
Blackfield
3:49
1.2
Blackfield (Remastered)
Blackfield
4:21
1.3
Glow (Remastered)
Blackfield
4:03
1.4
Scars (Remastered)
Blackfield
3:59
1.5
Lullaby (Remastered)
Blackfield
3:32
1.6
Pain (Remastered)
Blackfield
3:48
1.7
Summer (Remastered)
Blackfield
4:05
1.8
Cloudy Now (Remastered)
Blackfield
3:53
1.9
The Hole in Me (Remastered)
Blackfield
2:47
1.10
Hello (Remastered)
Blackfield
3:05
Total Playing Time    37:22
Blackfield is an art rock band formed in 2000 by Aviv Geffen and Steven Wilson, the former renowned as Israel’s biggest rockstar (and never one to shy away from controversy) and British music icon Steven Wilson, a multiple Grammy nominated solo artist and producer and also formerly founder member of British band Porcupine Tree. After years of mutual admiration, the pair were drawn together by their similar interests in the classic rock albums of the '60s and '70s and finally wound up composing their first song as Blackfield. The band debuted live in early 2004 in Israel and set out on a European tour that same year. Geffen’s and Wilson’s 2004 self-titled album presents melancholy songs – a meeting point between their respective musical styles. Featured here are covers in English of earlier Aviv Geffen songs in Hebrew, "Cloudy Now" (עכשיו מעונן) from 1993 and "Scars" (צלקות) from 2000. In the latter case, Aviv's original studio recording was simply reused with newly sung vocals. The band’s musical influences include Jim Morrison, Radiohead, King Crimson, Genesis and Pink Floyd.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Kscope Studio Masters

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