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Belle And Sebastian / Days Of The Bagnold Summer
Album:Days Of The Bagnold Summer Collection:General
Artist:Belle And Sebastian Added:Sep 2019
Label:Matador Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2019-10-07 Pull Date:2019-12-09 
Week Ending:Dec 8Dec 1Nov 24Nov 17Nov 10Nov 3Oct 27Oct 20

 Recent Airplay
1.Jun 12, 2020:KZSU Time Traveler
Sister Buddha
4.Jan 10, 2020:KZSU Time Traveler
Sister Buddha
2.Apr 10, 2020:KZSU Time Traveler
The Colour’s Gonna Run, I Know Where The Summer Goes
5.Dec 20, 2019:KZSU Time Traveler
I Know Where The Summer Goes
3.Feb 21, 2020:KZSU Time Traveler
Sister Buddha
6.Dec 13, 2019:KZSU Time Traveler
Sister Buddha

Album Review
Francis D
Reviewed 2019-09-23 
“Days Of The Bagnold Summer” Belle and Sebastian
Glasgow, Scotland-based indie pop-rockers, Belle and Sebastian, have created a soundtrack to a movie, “Days of the Bagnold Summer,” adapted from Joff Winterhart’s graphic novel. The music is classic Belle and Sebastian — dreamy orchestrated folk and catchy pop with a dash of rock infused into a couple of numbers. Nine songs feature vocals and four are instrumentals (one with some movie dialogue and a hint of background vocals). Another very good offering from the indie darlings.
— Francis

Recommended: 11, 3, 12, 2, 9, 6, 10. FCCs on Tracks 14, 15 and 16.

1. (3:05) Sister Buddha (Intro) — Slow, strummy, crystalline instrumental. Mostly acoustic, with some chimey synths.
2. (4:24) I Know Where The Summer Goes — Wistful, swelling tune. Piano. Organ. Full instrumentation. Slightly syncopated rhythm. ***
3. (3:09) Did The Day Go Just Like You Wanted — Lightly tripping folk-pop. Fingerpicked guitar. Lovely strings. Brass in the lead break. ****
4. (3:04) Jill Pole — Stately, swaying instrumental. Shifts to strings and fiddle in the middle.
5. (2:00) I’ll Keep It Inside (Radio Edit) — Halting and precise. Flowing — with strings, synth soundscape and distant harmonies.
6. (2:58) Safety Valve — Reworking of a never-released composition that’s 25 years old. Brit-pop feeling. Strummed guitar. Prominent violin throughout. ***
7. (2:28) The Colour’s Gonna Run — Instrumental. Electric guitar with synth carrying the melody. Noise at the end.
8. (1:32) Another Day, Another Night — Very short, pleasant and breezy. Fingerpicked guitar. Sarah Martin on the lead vocals. ****
9. (3:59) Get Me Away From Here I’m Dying (Radio Edit) — Up-tempo, fun, skipping light rocker. Guitar-driven. Tambourine. A little piano in places. ***
10. (3:20) Wait And See What The Day Holds— Slow-tempo. Guitar and organ. Pulsing bass line. Saxophone in the lead breaks. **
11. (4:09) Sister Buddha — Uplifting, driving pop-rock. Soaring, ringing keys. Crunchy guitar. Thumping drums. Big anthem feeling. ****
12. (3:26) This Letter (Radio Edit) — Jazzy, with fingerpicked guitar and Stuart Murdoch’s vocals out front. Some keys added in the middle. Muted horns. ****
13. (5:24) We Were Never Glorious — Deliberately paced piano ballad closer. Angelic background vocals. Strings. Some movie dialogue included. Finishes with a trail-out of lilting piano and strings.
14. (2:00) I’ll Keep It Inside — FCC: “Pissing” Unedited version of #5.
15. (3:59) Get Me Away From Here I’m Dying — FCC: “F-cked” Unedited version of #9.
16. (3:26) This Letter — FCCs: “F-cked” (twice) Unedited version of #12.

Track Listing
1.Sister Buddha (Intro) 9.Get Me Away From Here I’m Dying (Radio Edit)
2.I Know Where The Summer Goes 10.Wait And See What The Day Holds
3.Did The Day Go Just Like You Wanted 11.Sister Buddha
4.Jill Pole 12.This Letter (Radio Edit)
5.I’ll Keep It Inside (Radio Edit) 13.We Were Never Glorious
6.Safety Valve 14.I’ll Keep It Inside
7.The Colour’s Gonna Run 15.Get Me Away From Here I’m Dying
8.Another Day, Another Night 16.This Letter