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Edmund Oak - Queen Odea Escapes mp3 track

MP3 1686 mb. | FLAC 1863 mb. | WMA 1439 mb.

Performer: Edmund Oak
Title: Queen Odea Escapes
Country: Denmark
Released: 2008
Style: Indie Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.6 ✦


Joy & Laughter
Steal Your Bride
Queen Violetta
For Tomorrow
Queen Odea
While The Cities Sing
King Isor
Ape Elite


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
miniLP 003 Edmund Oak Queen Odea Escapes ‎(LP) Minimum Recordings miniLP 003 Denmark 2008
miniCd 001 Edmund Oak Queen Odea Escapes ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Minimum Recordings miniCd 001 Denmark 2008

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Debut album "Queen Odea Escapes" was recorded late at night over a 12 months period in one of the most famous churches in Copenhagen and released by Minimum Records in 2008. As one of the most unique Danish records in 2008, it combines melody and beautiful atmosphere, with unusual instrumentation such as cello, bells, gongs, Hawaii-guitars and choir. In 2009, Edmund Oak is up to something new, black and crispy. With a bunch of wild and fresh songs, elk-horns and a spring-tour of Japan, the bird, Jonatan Bengta, is beating, running, slurping and chewing like never.

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The Queen Elizabeth Oak is a large sessile oak tree in Cowdray Park near the village of Lodsworth in the Western Weald, West Sussex, England. It lies within the South Downs National Park. It has a girth of 1. -12. 8 metres, and is about 800–1000 years old. According to this estimate it began to grow in the 11th or 12th century AD. In June 2002, the Tree Council designated the Queen Elizabeth Oak one of fifty Great British Trees in recognition of its place in the national heritage