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Name:Lhasa Lhasa Advance 2009 DV8 [

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12-lhasa-anyone_and_everyone.mp3 (Size: 59.71 MB) (Files: 15)

 12-lhasa-anyone_and_everyone.mp3

3.37 MB

 11-lhasa-im_going_in.mp3

7.21 MB

 10-lhasa-1001_nights.mp3

4.64 MB

 09-lhasa-the_lonely_spider.mp3

3.49 MB

 08-lhasa-where_do_you_go.mp3

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 07-lhasa-a_fish_on_land.mp3

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 06-lhasa-fools_gold.mp3

3.32 MB

 05-lhasa-bells.mp3

6.36 MB

 04-lhasa-what_kind_of_heart.mp3

5.96 MB

 03-lhasa-love_came_here.mp3

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 02-lhasa-rising.mp3

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 01-lhasa-is_anything_wrong.mp3

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 00-lhasa-lhasa-(advance)-2009.sfv

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 00-lhasa-lhasa-(advance)-2009.nfo

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Torrent description

Artist: Lhasa
Title: Lhasa
Label: Warner
Genre: Folk
Bitrate: 166kbit av.
Time: 00:50:07
Size: 62.60 mb
Rip Date: 2009-03-31
Str Date: 2009-04-21

1. Is Anything Wrong 3:58
2. Rising 3:51
3. Love Came Here 3:53
4. What Kind Of Heart 5:07
5. Bells 5:05
6. Fool's Gold 3:03
7. A Fish On Land 4:01
8. Where Do You Go 4:30
9. The Lonely Spider 3:19
10. 1001 Nights 3:54
11. I'm Going In 6:41
12. Anyone And Everyone 2:45

Release Notes:

After a six year hiatus, Juno award-winning singer-songwriter
Lhasa de Sela has produced a third album, the self-titled
Lhasa, due in stores April 21, 2009. In between talking about
people's affinity for kung fu movies and her
moth-to-flame-like return to Montreal, Lhasa shared four
tracks from her new album and opened up about its creation.

Lhasa's no stranger to the Montreal music scene, having
released two albums - La Llorona in 1998 and The Living Road
in 2003 - on the Audiogram label. After a somewhat brief foray
in France, she's back living in Montreal, and is excited to
share her latest project with the world.

One of the fun things about this new album's creation, she
said, was the interaction she had with the other musicians
working on the project. In the past, Lhasa has played with
session musicians on recordings, and others when performing.
This time, she's collaborated with four musicians - Sarah
Page, Joe Grass, Miles Perkin, and drummer Andrew Barr - each
contributing their unique style and musical ideas to the
creation of Lhasa. On harp, Pag provides the primary
accompaniment on some songs - she adds a depth of sound that
you can't get with a piano or guitar alone, and, as Lhasa
said, there's a certain "gravitas and lightness" to the harp's
sound that really adds a distinct quality to the music as a
whole.

As an Anglophone, Lhasa spoke of the marked effortlessness
involved in writing music in English - an effort that she was
happy to expend for the first two albums, which were in
Spanish and French. But after finishing The Living Road, she
knew her next album would be in English. Even though she says
her lyrics are just something you'd say "normally" or "every
day," these new songs are nothing short of poetic, and are
second only to the layers of music backing them up.

Since Lhasa produced the album herself, her references to
other styles of music from the past aren't being reinterpreted
by a person with a different take on how the style should
sound, whether it's country, jazz, or 60s pop. As well, a
large majority of the album was recorded live in the studio,
sometimes using the first take as final product. As a result,
much of the music comes across as real and honest, without the
affectation of being strained through the various sieves of
production.

From the haunting and ambient "Rising," to the New
Orleans-style "Love Came Here," to the straight-up beautiful
round melodies in "Fool's Gold," this album promises to be not
only interesting, but well worth a listen. Look out for news
about the CD launch, which will be held at Theatre Corona in
April.

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