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8 thoughts on “ Four Pails - Peter Hammill - Skin (Cassette, Album)

  1. "Four Pails" is the most musically spare song on the album, the mood is rich with reflection, acting as a perfect vehicle for Hammill's sober laments. The album ends with "Now Lover", which would've fit on earlier albums such as 'The Future Now' or 'A Black Box'.3/5(13).
  2. Room Temperature is a live album by Peter Hammill, originally released on Enigma Records in On its initial release, the album was only available in North America. It was subsequently re-released on Hammill's own Fie! label. The album documents Hammill's tour of Europe and North America.
  3. With his in-concert, two-CD set Room Temperature: Live, Peter Hammill took an approach similar to his earlier The Margin: Live-- it contained few overdubs and very little audience stopavenatalitlecoheatamdawil.coinfoed during a month-long winter tour (which included the United States, Canada, and England), the band consisted of Stuart Gordon (violin), Nic Potter (bass), and Hammill on keyboards, guitar, and.
  4. album. Skin Peter Hammill. 9 songs (44 minutes) Released on March 1 6. A Perfect Date ( Digital Remaster) 7. Four Pails ( Digital Remaster) 8. Now Lover ( Digital Remaster) 9. You Hit Me Where I Live ( Digital Remaster) Listen to your favorite songs from Skin by Peter Hammill Now. Stream ad-free.
  5. Room Temperature er eit konsertalbum av Peter Hammill, opphavleg gjeven ut på Enigma Records i På den første utgjevinga var albumet berre tilgjengeleg i Nord-Amerika. Det vart sidan gjeven ut på Hammill sitt eige selskap, Fie! Albuemt dokumenterer turneen til Hammill i i .
  6. Four Pails Lyrics: Four pails of water and a bagfull of salts / That is all we are, that is all a man comprises / Chemicals alone, with no spirit, soul or ghost – / Nothing so bizarre / No amount of.
  7. Audio, Cassette from $ 1 New from $ Skin is nonetheless Peter Hammill continuing to declare his own direction minute by minute, rather than plotting overarching career goals. The album is also highlighted by "Four Pails," a beautiful song by longtime Hammill confederate Chris Judge-Smith. Originally issued in vinyl on Foundry 4/5(9).

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