|Album:||Solar Flares Burn for You||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Wyatt, Robert||Added:||Oct 2003|
|Add Date:||2004-01-12||Pull Date:||2004-03-15|
|Week Ending:||Jan 25||Jan 18|
|1.||Jul 31, 2007:||Alban Stands There
|4.||Jun 12, 2004:||The Literate Pop Fans
|2.||Jul 03, 2007:||Lost and Found
|5.||Mar 31, 2004:||Stirling's Approximation
|3.||Nov 18, 2004:||Fiction Romace
Solar Flares Burn for You
|6.||Jan 24, 2004:||Among Nine Brownian Motions
+1. heartfelt singing, minor key piano
2. silly song, piano organ marimba, from point of view of bacon in soup.
3.nice tremoloed vocals, then a saddish song with piano and organ, jammy
4.cover of a hit song. I prefer the original. this is pretty different.
5.plodding horn loops. instrumental
6. droney electronic buzzes and organ, plods. some near-wordless vocals.
7.piano bells singing, nice, little proggy, sounds light after the last 2 tracks
8.lots of echo on the voice, organ piano bells, faster, a short track tossed out
9.music box, saccharine bedtime dialog between falsetto boy and dad
10.mostly acappella & snorting. drinking songy. like monty pythons "spam"
11.early beatbox and proto-rap like "they're coming to take me away"
|2.||Soup Song||8.||Fol De Rol|
|3.||Sea Song||9.||Little Child|
|4.||Im a Believer||10.||We Got An Arts Council Grant|
|5.||Blimey O'riley||11.||Righteous Rhumba|
|6.||Solar Flares Burn for You||12.||Twas Brillig|