Martha Tilston - 'Til I Reach The Sea mp3 flac
- Album: 'Til I Reach The Sea
- MP3: 1365 mb | FLAC: 1196 mb
- Released: 2008
- Style: Folk
- Rating: 4.6/5
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Album · 2007 · 7 Songs. 2007 Martha Tilston. More By Martha Tilston.
Compilation EP by Martha Tilston.
Track 4 is from the download-only album Ropeswing and as such it's inclusion here is it's only official release on CD. Released as a slim digipack (no tray, just a cardboard gatefold sleeve).
The Sea. by Martha Tilston - 9 Tracks - 42:42. Release date 06/09/2017. 6. Fisherlad of Whitby. Til I Reach the Sea. Martha Tilston. Of Milkmaids and Architects.
Martha Tilston (born in 1975 or 1976 in Brighton, East Sussex) is an English singer, songwriter and guitarist. Her music combines many aspects of English and Irish folk music with more modern acoustic styles, and perceptive lyrics combining personal subjects with political, social and environmental themes. Tilston is the daughter of acclaimed songwriter Steve Tilston and step-daughter of singer Maggie Boyle.
This artificial me I'd like to show you what I really could be I'd like to run across the office tables Singing "No you won't have me No, no you won't have me No, no you won't have me No, no you won't have me And I'll keep running 'til I reach the sea". I don't awake I'm just sleep rising I put on my clothes Sleep gliding Onto the bus Sleep riding to work again. Swiping the door Sleep lifting Up to my floor Sleep dritfing A number twenty-four White coffee with a sweetener A sweetener.
Artist: Martha Tilston. Album: The Sea. Released: 2014. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. FLAC (221 mb): hitfile: download. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: March 17, 2017 - Martha Tilston – Nomad (2017). April 26, 2010 - Martha Tilston – Lucy and the Wolves (2010).
Artist: Martha Tilston Song: Artificial (of Milkmaids and Architects) Album: 'Til I reach the sea Tabbed by: DJ 27th Aug 2014. CAPO: 4th fret (Sounds in the key of E). Chord names and fret positions are relative to the capo
If Martha Tilston was always going to make music, given her father and step mother are both significant members of the folk world, she did so in her own sweet time and when she eventually started, on her own terms as well. Even as a babe in arms, Martha was a regular at the folk club in Bristol, run by her parents, Steve Tilston, whose own music career had already begun, and her mother Naomi. Mostly of course, except for the odd traditional dabble here and there, it’s been all her own material and in the course of creating that Martha has attracted a number of fine musicians to her cause. Several of whom are on hand here.
|7||Symphonies & Vans|
- Bass, Bouzouki – Matt Tweed (tracks: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7)
- Cello, Vocals – Beth Perry (tracks: 1, 3)
- Flute – Maggie Boyle (tracks: 6)
- Mandolin, Fiddle – Tim Coterrel (tracks: 1, 7)
- Marimba – Steve James (tracks: 1)
- Oboe, Guitar, Percussion, Beats – Robin Tyndale-Biscoe (tracks: 5)
- Percussion – Greg Seeger (tracks: 3), Mark Fisher (tracks: 1, 7)
- Violin – Matt Kelly (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 7)
- Vocals – Hannah Roberts (tracks: 3)
- Vocals, Glockenspiel – Cate Ferris (tracks: 1)
- Vocals, Guitar, Written By – Martha Tilston
NotesA compilation of tracks from her first 4 solo studio albums. The exception is Track 7 which is credited as being off 'The Next One', however, when the next one came out (Lucy & The Wolves) this song was not on it and as such it is unique to this release. Track 4 is from the download-only album Ropeswing and as such it's inclusion here is it's only official release on CD. Released as a slim digipack (no tray, just a cardboard gatefold sleeve).
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