|1||We Can Pretend
Acoustic Guitar – Dan MoladBacking Vocals – Dan Molad, Elizabeth Ziman, Emeen ZarookianBass – Emeen ZarookianElectric Guitar – Peter LalishMixed By – Dan MoladProducer – Dan Molad, Elizabeth ZimanVocals, Synth [Juno], Mellotron, Synth – Elizabeth Ziman
Backing Vocals – Adam Popick, Lauren BalthropBass – Adam Minkoff, Dan MoladDrums, Acoustic Guitar – Dan MoladEdited By [Additional Editing By] – Mark Marshall Electric Guitar, Ukulele – Jonathan LindenMixed By – Stephen KayeProducer – Dan MoladProducer [Additional Production] – Adam Popick, Chris Cubeta, Stephen KayeStrings – Stephen KayeVocals, Synth [Juno], Synth – Elizabeth Ziman
Bass, Backing Vocals – Adam MinkoffDrums – Dan MoladElectric Guitar, Synth [Moog Bass] – Peter LalishEngineer [Additional Engineering] – Chris CubetaProducer, Mixed By – Dan MoladStrings – Rob MooseVocals, Piano, Arranged By [String Arrangement] – Elizabeth Ziman
Choir [Children's Choir] – Libbi Arnon, Mia Arnon, Mia Green, Mika Zurim, Shira Kremer, Zoe GreenFlute, Alto Saxophone, Clarinet, Alto Clarinet, Percussion – Alec SpiegelmanMixed By – Ed McEnteeProducer – Ed McEntee, Elizabeth ZimanVocals, Piano – Elizabeth Ziman
Edited By [Additional Editing By] – Mark Marshall Electric Guitar – Jonathan LindenMixed By – Roger GreenawaltProducer – Elizabeth Ziman, Roger GreenawaltStrings – Gene BackVocals, Piano, Arranged By [String Arrangement] – Elizabeth Ziman
Mixed By – Stephen Kaye*Producer – Chris CubetaVocals, Piano – Elizabeth Ziman
Acoustic Guitar – Dan MoladElectric Guitar, Drums, Bass – Richard Swift Engineer [Additional Engineering] – Paul BrillMixed By – Dan MoladProducer – Richard Swift Strings – Rob MooseVocals, Piano, Synth – Elizabeth Ziman
Mixed By – Stephen Kaye*Producer – Dan MoladSynth [Moog Bass] – Peter LalishSynth, Drums, Backing Vocals – Dan MoladVocals, Piano, Electric Guitar, Synth, Mellotron – Elizabeth Ziman
|9||Less Than You Think
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Mark Marshall Backing Vocals – Adam MinkoffBass – Emeen ZarookianDrums, Electric Guitar – Dan MoladMixed By – Stephen Kaye*Producer – Dan MoladProducer [Additional Production] – Mark Marshall Synth [Juno], Mellotron, Vocals – Elizabeth Ziman
Drums, Bass – Richard Swift Electric Guitar – Peter LalishMixed By – Dan MoladProducer – Richard Swift Synth, Piano, Vocals – Elizabeth Ziman
|11||Land Of Lost Things
Engineer [Additional Engineering] – Chris CubetaMixed By – Steve KayePiano, Vocals – Elizabeth ZimanProducer – Mark Marshall Strings, Arranged By [String Arrangement] – Rob Moose
Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Electric Piano [Wurli], Vocals – Elizabeth ZimanBacking Vocals – Kimi MongelloElectric Guitar – Dan MoladProducer, Mixed By – Dan Molad
Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Vocals – Elizabeth ZimanDrums, Bass, Backing Vocals – Richard Swift Electric Guitar – Peter LalishEngineer [Additional Engineering] – Paul BrillGuitar [Nylon Guitar] – Dan MoladMixed By – Dan MoladProducer – Richard Swift
|none||Elizabeth And The Catapult*||Keepsake (12xFile, MP3, Album, 256)||Compass Records||none||US||2017|
|7 4698 2||Elizabeth And The Catapult*||Keepsake (CD, Album)||Compass Records||7 4698 2||US||2017|
Elizabeth And The Catapult – Keepsake. Mixed By – Stephen Kaye Producer – Chris CubetaVocals, Piano – Elizabeth Ziman.
Elizabeth Ziman, who performs as Elizabeth And The Catapult, is a critically acclaimed singer/songwriter from New York, living and working in Brooklyn. Always writing, Elizabeth has narrowed her vast collection of previously unrecorded material down to her fourth full-length studio album Keepsake, produced by Da Molad (Lucius) and featuring collaborations with Richard Swift of the Shins
Elizabeth & The Catapult. Released October 20, 2017. 1. We Can Pretend Lyrics.
Keepsake, the fourth album recorded under the imprimatur of her erstwhile day job, maintains a fanciful approach through even the most sorrowful themes. It’s an arresting next step from the talented songwriter, but, despite lyrical reflections their author believes to be her most personal, the keening theatricality still renders its subject alluringly remote. In a way, to be sure, that coherency of approach seems no small miracle given the circumstances of Keepsake ’s creation.
Artist: Elizabeth And The Catapult. Style: Indie Pop. Format: MP3 320Kbps. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: October 22, 2010 - Elizabeth and The Catapult – The Other Side of Zero (2010).
Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). Elizabeth's dream journals turned into lyrics and though she had already written dozens of songs for the follow-up to her 2014 album Like It Never Happened, she kept coming back to songs that focused on her dreams. Eventually, the loose memory-focused concept that weaves through Keepsake began to take shape.
2017 release from singer/songwriter Elizabeth Ziman AKA Elizabeth The Catapult. Like many New York stories, this one starts with a landlord threatening to jack up the rent. It was a particularly frigid February when Elizabeth moved out of her apartment, which housed her beloved baby grand piano, into a small windowless room across the street, and came down with a nasty, lingering flu. Anxious and feverish, her dreams became more lucid than ever, so she started writing them down in a dream journal. Tracklist: 01. We Can Pretend 02.
Keepsake is the fourth album and Compass Records debut of Elizabeth & the Catapult, the project of New York singer/songwriter Elizabeth Ziman. Following 2014's Like It Never Happened by three years, it was written and recorded at various stops in the interim, with six different producers not counting Ziman herself. In addition to touring and appearing on albums by bands like Kishi Bashi and Son Lux during that stretch, she also carved time to score a handful of documentary films with Paul Brill.