Pines is the third and final studio album by A Fine Frenzy, the stage name for American singer-songwriter Alison Sudol. The album was released in the United States on October 9, 2012 and in the United Kingdom on January 28, 2013 through Virgin Records
In the Pines", also known as "Where Did You Sleep Last Night?" and "My Girl", is a traditional American folk song originating from two songs, "In the Pines" and "The Longest Train", both of whose authorship is unknown and date back to at least the 1870s. The songs originated in the Southern Appalachian area of the United States in the contiguous areas of Eastern Tennessee and Kentucky, Western North Carolina and Northern Georgia.
In the Pines - Good Morning, My Darling 01:55. In the Pines - For Love Instead 06:23. In the Pines - Dress on Fire 06:43. In the Pines - The Hymn 07:05. In the Pines - Why 05:13. In the Pines - The Night They Pass 01:24. In the Pines - On the Table 05:00. In the Pines - Prison Ghost 07:01. In the Pines - Savannah 04:27. In the Pines - The Handless Man 05:27. In the Pines - Never Say Too Much 06:21. In the Pines - Grey October 02:35. Sides - In the Pines.
Перевод текста песни In the Pines исполнителя (группы) Dave Van Ronk. Tell me where did you sleep last night? Скажи мне, где ты спала прошлой ночью? In the pines, in the pines where the sun never shines. В сосняке, в сосняке, где никогда не светит солнце, I shivered the whole night through.
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My girl, my girl, where will you go I'm going where the cold wind blows In the pines, in the pines Where the sun don't ever shine I would shiver the whole night through. Her husband, was a hard working man Just a mile and a half from here His head was found in a driving wheel But his body never was found. My girl, my girl, don't you lie to me Tell me where did you sleep last night In the pines, in the pines Where the sun don't ever shine I would shiver the whole night through.
For the next album, the group returned to its native Australia and took a back-to-basics approach, recording In the Pines on an eight-track machine in a remote sheep-shearing shed for a grand total of 1,190 dollars (340 of which were spent on booze). As one might expect with a low-budget, lo-fi venture of this kind, the band makes do with whatever is at hand and, in places, that means such instrumentation as water tank, broom, metal percussion, and even floorboards.