- Performer:Richard Swift
- Title:The Songs of National Freedom [E Bundle]
- Date of release:2007
- Size FLAC version1434 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1836 megabytes
- Size WMA version1356 megabytes
- Formats:TTA DMF AHX MPC WMA VOC
2. Warning: Low Voice. blue highlight denotes track pick.
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Richard Swift, who died this morning (July 3) at the age of 41, was the embodiment of a musician’s musician. He hit the road as a member of the Shins and the Black Keys. As he sings on The Songs of National Freedom, I made my way into the spotlight/Just to realize it’s not what I want. His solo endeavors were less those of the artisan than the auteur: No mere strummer, he had side projects and pseudonyms, following his idiosyncratic muse from sophisticated cabaret-pop to gut-punching blue-eyed soul. Swift played guitar, bass, and percussion as well as sang backing vocals on the album, which he co-produced with Burhenn at National Freedom, and Numbers Don’t Lie is a gleaming highlight. Laetitia Sadier - One Million Year Trip (2010). Stereolab’s frontwoman also stopped by National Freedom, for her first proper solo album, The Trip.
we've seen the rain we've seen the sunshine darling, you and i could never be wrong.
The Songs Of National Freedom. Richard Swift Şarkıları Richard Swift Albümleri. Richard Swift - Popüler Albümleri.
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My heart sank when I heard that Richard Swift passed away last night. Naturally, I sought refuge in the web; I needed to know more about a man who, for many, proved to be as elusive as his career. While tracks like Most of What I Know and Artist and Repertoire detail the pressure to perform and conform physically and stylistically, Swift resigns from the stage altogether in The Songs of National Freedom, saying, I made my way in to the spotlight just to realize it’s not what I want. Swift had all but retreated from the stage.
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CreditsRichard Swift - Primary Artist
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