|1||The More That I Do||8:36|
|KOM 191||The Field||The More That I Do (3xFile, MP3, 320)||Kompakt||KOM 191||UK||2009|
|none||The Field||The More That I Do (Foals XIII Remix) (File, MP3, 192)||Kompakt||none||Germany||2009|
The Field's second album Yesterday and Today was released via Kompakt on 18 May 2009. Rather than adhering to the strict 4x4 techno of his debut, Willner incorporated far more diverse influences for his sophomore outing: Manuel Göttsching and 1970s Krautrock, the disco of Giorgio Moroder, the soundtrack works of director John Carpenter, and minimalist composers Steve Reich and Philip Glass. Recorded on a remote . The More That I Do" (2009). Reflecting Lights Remixe" (2016). Who Goes There" (2018).
I Am the Last of All the Field That Fell: A Channel is an album by British experimental music group, Current 93. It was released on 4 March 2014 through The Spheres record label. The album, which was premiered live on 12 February 2014 at Union Chapel in Islington, features contributions from various artists, including James Blackshaw, Andrew Liles, Ossian Brown, Antony Hegarty, Nick Cave, John Zorn and These New Puritans member Jack Barnett.
by: Larry Fitzmaurice. Looping State Of Mind Remixe EP. by: Jess Harvell. Looping State of Mind. Yesterday & Today. The Field - "The More That I Do". by: Joe Colly.
Using Album Artist tags makes our music collection more navigable. Your music player and the Album Artist tag. All this would be for naught if your music player of choice doesn't support Album Artist tags. Most do, but there are differences between them. Recall that Album Artist is a 'tag' written into a music file. These 'tags' are name value pairs similar to "albumname Thriller". The name of the tags change depending on the player and the music file format. Foobar's support for MP3, for instance, writes to the "ALBUM ARTIST" field while others write to the TPE2 field. Using the TPE2 field is arguably incorrect, because the TPE2 field was created to hold the performing band information. The source of some of these differences lie in the ambiguities arising from music tagging. While specifications exist for music tagging, they are not treated as 'de jure' formal specifications that must be abided.
In An Open Field by Nicholas Krgovich, released 01 December 2017 1. Parade 2. Country Boy 3. Do It Again 4. Blue Wave 5. A List 6. The World Tonight 7. Sad Am I, Glad Am I 8. A Day In October 9. I Don't Know 10. Now 1. The bottom just keeps opening up and there’s always some more murk floating down there. He continues In the end I wasn’t hoping to master anything, or put the top on the pyramid. After filling up boxes with songs and sketches, In An Open Field was born. Tracked with a live band in Coventry, UK, consisting of Mason Le Long, Joe Carvell and Matthew Rheeston overdubbed in Los Angeles, CA and Vancouver, BC, the record flows with a sophisticated, assured grace that in Steely Dan-like fashion belies the listless melancholy and knottiness found throughout the lyric sheet. Krgovich expresses the anxiety of the age in a way that is somehow both brutal and gentle.
Snow (Hey Oh) Lyrics. Come to decide that the things that I tried Were in my life just to get high on When I sit alone, come get a little known But I need more than myself this time Step from the road to the sea to the sky And I do believe that we rely on When I lay it on, come. get to play it on All my life to sacrifice
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Express that two things vary together: 'The more X happens, the more/the less Y happens' as a comparative relationship 'as X occurs, Y also occurs'. Things started to fall. The louder it became, the more we understood that we needed to take cover. We rolled out of bed and under it, and we waited for the shaking to end. When it did, the room was still and silent except for our beating hearts.
The more you learn, the more you know. The more you know, the more you forget. The more you forget, the less you know. Of course, there is no infallible line of thinking. As you learn more about the universe, you will learn that no system offers all the answers; not religion, not logic, not philosophy, not science. The more you learn in any field, the more you will realize that life is about questions, not answers. The more learned you are, the more questions you find lay unanswered. That's what the statement means.