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Bent - The Everlasting Blink
MP3 version RAR archive

1548 downloads at 34 mb/s

Bent - The Everlasting Blink
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1965 downloads at 35 mb/s

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 King Wisp 5:10
2 An Ordinary Day
Backing Vocals – Millsy*
4:45
3 Strictly Bongo
Horns – Gareth Balley*
5:22
4 Beautiful Otherness
Co-producer – Ric PeetGuitar – Barrie CadoganMixed By – Ric PeetVocals – Jon Marsh
4:52
5 Moonbeams
Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel] – BJ Cole
2:44
6 So Long Without You
Backing Vocals – Katty HeathCo-producer – Ric PeetMixed By – Ric PeetSteel Guitar [Pedal Steel] – BJ Cole
6:09
7 Exercise 3 4:20
8 Stay The Same 5:41
9 Magic Love
Co-producer – Ric PeetMixed By – Ric Peet
4:28
10 The Everlasting Blink
Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel], E-bow – BJ Cole
5:33
11 Thick Ear 22:03

Notes

This is the German Release. Soundwise it's exactly the same than the UK Release.

Comes in digipak.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SPORTCD02 Bent The Everlasting Blink ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Sport SPORTCD02 UK 2003
GDRC-614 Bent The Everlasting Blink ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Dig) Guidance Recordings GDRC-614 US 2003
MOSCD004 Bent The Everlasting Blink ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Sport MOSCD004 Australia 2003
SPORTCD02 Bent The Everlasting Blink ‎(CD, Album) Sport SPORTCD02 Philippines 2003
SPORTLP02 Bent The Everlasting Blink ‎(2xLP, Album) Sport SPORTLP02 UK 2003


Bent - The Everlasting Blink
Performer: Bent
Genre: Electronic / Jazz / Blues
Title: The Everlasting Blink
Released: 2003
Style: Downtempo
MP3 version ZIP size: 1965 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1897 mb
WMA version RAR size: 1548 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 270
Other Formats: DMF VOC AC3 MP4 RA WMA DTS
Bent - The Everlasting Blink.pdf

Mikale
Neil Tolliday and Simon Mills, the gentlemen behind Are from Nottingham, scooping a curious sense of torment in itself to stroll through flea markets and any kind of vinyl purchase. The worse, the better. From this huge collection filtering them the best bits and make their own songs. They do this in an extremely brilliant way, evidenced by the enthusiasm from critics and consumers that their debut Programmed To Love from 2000 has been received. This line continues on The Everlasting Blink. Former muzak of Nana Mouskouri, Billie Jo Spears, David Essex, Captain Tenille and ironing & parties, presumably coming from the huge package Mantovani plates, that the gentlemen to their collection may rely, is converted into beautiful compositions that are so beautiful that they move beyond this earth. The guest appearances by singer Jon Marsh of The Beloved and steel guitarist BJ Cole works there worse. The Everlasting Blink is a cd like a fairy tale, so beautiful.