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Little Green Fairy - A Light House In The Darkness mp3 album

Little Green Fairy - A Light House In The Darkness

Musician: Little Green Fairy
Album title: A Light House In The Darkness
Style: Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Pop Rock
Released: 2013
Size MP3 version: 1646 mb
Size APE version: 1816 mb
Size WMA version: 1522 mb
Rating ✫: 4.8
Votes: 108
Format: APE MOD MP1 MMF XM ADX AIFF
Genre: Rock

Little Green Fairy - A Light House In The Darkness mp3 album

Little Green Fairy - A Light House In The Darkness mp3 album

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Burning Soul
Backing Vocals – Morgane "Pirate" Guegen
A2 I Feel Low
A3 She Comes From Nowhere
A4 She's Gone
A5 I Won't Let It Happen
B1 I've Never Seen The Light
B2 Seven Gates Of Hell
B3 We Are The Night
B4 I Believe In Miracles
Backing Vocals – Morgane "Pirate" Guegen
CD-1 I've Never Seen The Light
CD-2 Burning Soul
Backing Vocals – Morgane "Pirate" Guegen
CD-3 I Believe In Miracles
Backing Vocals – Morgane "Pirate" Guegen
CD-4 I Feel Low
CD-5 Seven Gates Of Hell
CD-6 She Comes From Nowhere
CD-7 We Are The Night
CD-8 I Won't Let It Happen
CD-9 She's Gone

Credits

  • Drums, Vocals – Clarisse*
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar – Eric*
  • Lead Vocals, Guitar – Rauky
  • Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By – Lo' Spider*
  • Tambourine, Synthesizer – Lo' Spider*

Notes

Limited edition of 500 copies LP+CD.

Globus
A LIGHT HOUSE IN THE DARKNESS - Little Green Fairy (self released)One of France's finest trios of psych noisemakers go part of the way down an acoustic path for their newest record and it's hypnotically effective. Little Green Fairy don't leave the fuzzbox and wah wah pedal at home in their town of Sette but vary their textures enough to open up new vistas of light and shade.Little Green Fairy's always had dynamics, they've just added some more atmospherics. "I've Never Seen The Light" is a folk rock opening to the nine-track album and it's more captivating that somber. Rauky's plaintive vocal is right on the money. "Burning Soul" is even better with Clarisse's warm drumming and the catchy chorus adding to the impact. "I Feel Low" is a Velvets style stroll while "She's Gone" continues in the same style."I Believe In Miracles" is a pounding Ramones cover that reminds you these guys (and girl) know how to rock. Joey's solo song "I Won't Let It Happen" (a poignant co-write with Andy Shernoff) is a less boisterous but no less effective second Lower East Side reference point. Sung with that French burr, no less."Seven Gates Of Hell" calls in guest Lo Spider (Jerry Spider Gang - and the record's producer) on '70s synthesizer to help build the wall of sound and comes a close second to "We Are The Night" as the pick for barnstormer of the album.As is the nature of things these days, it's not only on vinyl but also available as a download at Bandcamp so you can always have a listen before you buy. Both of which you should do. - The Barman