|Performer:||Micah P. Hinson|
|Title:||Micah P. Hinson And The Gospel Of Progress|
|Style:||Folk Rock, Southern Rock|
|Other format:||AHX AC3 AIFF WMA MP3 RA MIDI|
Nom du groupe Micah P. Hinson. Nom de l'album Micah P. Hinson and the Gospel of Progress. Date de parution 2004. 4. The Possibilities. 5. As You Can See. 6. At Last, Our Promises. 9. Stand In My Way. 10. Patience. 11. You Lost Sight On Me. 12. Caught In Between. 13. The Day Texas Sank To The Bottom Of The Sea. Acheter cet album.
The 2014 re-issue comes in a gatefold cover, is remastered and comes with a bonus-track (D14) not found on the original 2004 releases, as well as a download code. Continuous track-numbering as on release. Other Versions (5 of 11) View All. Cat.
Of course, Hinson isn't running from the mainstream, and he has no concentrated center against which to define himself, but he makes music- specifically, his self-titled debut with the Gospel of Progress, a motley group that seemingly consists of any number of musicians playing twice as many instruments- obviously on his own terms, which is less revolutionary. today than it was thirty years ago, but still important.
Features Song Lyrics for Micah P. Hinson's And The Gospel Of Progress album. Micah P. Hinson - And The Gospel Of Progress Album Lyrics. 1. Beneath The Rose Lyrics.
Micah P. Hinson and the Gospel of Progress is the debut album from the Texan singer/songwriter, who has often been favourably compared with fellow lo-fi troubadours Bright Eyes and Mark Lanegan. Its emotionally charged 13 tracks were penned during a battle with drug addiction, a stint in the county jail and a period of homelessness, which explains his world-weary, vocals. Produced by alt rock three-piece the Earlies, the 2004 release includes the single "Beneath the Rose.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Micah P. Hinson And The Gospel Of Progress (2004) by Micah P. This album has an average beat per minute of 110 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 47/143 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Micah P.
Album by Micah P. Yourself Asleep Again. Don't You (Part 1 & 2). On My Way. Musically, this debut is lovingly and exactingly orchestrated with an array of instruments- not just the usual piano, cello, and drums, but also flute, organ, melodica, and horns- that subtly shade the songs' emotions. Strangely, however, Hinson entertains few possibilities and seems to rely too heavily on his acoustic guitar to shape the tracks. 70. If you were a bit let down by the last Bright Eyes album (as I was), this is a release that should get you excited again.