Category: Classic Rock

The Long Winters - When I Pretend To Fall (CD, Album)


  1. Kazirn says:
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  2. Gomuro says:
    May 21,  · The Long Winters; When I Pretend to Fall. Barsuk You get the feeling that, during the taping of this album, Long Winters, et al. were flipping somersaults in the studio, or smooshed all /
  3. Vucage says:
    Apr 30,  · When I Pretend to Fall, an Album by The Long Winters. Released 6 May on Barsuk (catalog no. BARK31; CD). Genres: Indie Rock, Indie Pop. Featured peformers: John Roderick (vocals, guitar, keyboards, lap steel, tambourine, loops, producer, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text, writer), Sean Nelson (vocals, keyboards), Michael Shilling (drums), Eric Corson (bass, accordion), Ken /5(14).
  4. Dishura says:
    The Long Winters have covered the track Hi-Speed Soul, and the full, exciting line-up can be found on the Nada Surf website. The album can be pre-ordered now: the digital release is February 2, and the CD will be available March 2, with a vinyl delivery date later this year.
  5. Sagami says:
    Jun 28,  · The Long Winters were inspired by a lot of singer/songwriter music from the late s/early s. For this album they also got Peter Buck and Ken Stringfellow to toot their horns. So this is much a supergroup of American indie bands of the last twenty years. Still this is .
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  7. Gulabar says:
    Apr 28,  · When I Pretend to Fall is the Long Winters' second album, after 's The Worst You Can Do Is Harm. Harm was basically a John Roderick solo .
  8. Yozshujin says:
    The Long Winters: When I Pretend To Fall ‎ (CD, Album, Enh) Munich Records: MRCD Europe: Sell This Version4/5(20).
  9. Shakagal says:
    Putting the Days to Bed is an undeniably poppier, dancier, and more upbeat version of the Long Winters of While the unflinchingly cynical naysayers will insist the album is more of a minutes-separated twin than older brother to When I Pretend to Fall, the strength of the individual material it contains justifies the disc as more than a companion piece to its antecedent/5(19).

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