Mark Knopfler - Tracker mp3 flac
- Album: Tracker
- MP3: 1159 mb | FLAC: 1586 mb
- Released: 2015
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Complete your Mark Knopfler collection. Tracker (Box, Dlx, Ltd + 2xLP, Album + CD, Album + CD + DVD). British Grove Records.
Tracker is the eighth solo studio album by the British singer-songwriter and guitarist Mark Knopfler, released on 16 March 2015 (17 March 2015 in North America). Tracker was released on CD, double vinyl, deluxe CD with four bonus tracks, and a box set with the album on both CD and vinyl formats and a bonus CD with six extra tracks and a DVD with a short film directed by Henrik Hansen and an interview with Knopfler.
All guitars: Mark Knopfler All keyboards: Guy Fletcher Fiddle and cittern: John McCusker Whistle and wooden flute: Mike McGoldrick Upright and electric bass: Glenn Worf Drums: Ian Thomas. Guest vocals on tracks 2, 4, 7, 11 and 13: Ruth Moody Saxophones on 3 and 11: Nigel Hitchcock Trumpet on 11: Tom Walsh Fiddle on 1 and 5, acc rhythm guitar on 8 and banjo on 12: Bruce Molsky Accordion on 1, 5, and 8: Phil Cunningham Tenor guitar on 1 and 8: Mike McGoldrick Bass on 3 and 6 and ukulele.
Mark Knopfler will release his eighth solo album on March 16th 2015 on Universal. Entitled ‘Tracker’ it features 11 new Knopfler songs inspired by a wide range of subjects including Beryl Bainbridge and Basil Bunting. The songs contain Mark’s usual wryly but accurately observed vignettes of real life wrapped up in a musical accompaniment of distinctive subtlety. As always, Knopfler allows the musicians space in the recordings to put their own stamp on the material but never interfering in the essence of the song itself
When he left Dire Straits behind, he also left behind any semblance of playing for the cheap seats in an arena, but Tracker feels quieter than his new millennial norm. Some of this is due to the undercurrent of reflection tugging at the record's momentum. Knopfler isn't pining for the past but he is looking back, sometimes wistfully, sometimes with a resigned smile, and he appropriately draws upon sounds that he's long loved.
In an industry presuming loudness and digital compression, it comes as no surprise that Mark Knopfler fancies the warmth of dynamic recording and tape -to encompass an array of acoustic folk ornaments amongst the subtlety of his guitar.
Mark Knopfler – Tracker (2015). Posted by NewAlbumReleases. net On March - 13 - 2015. Artist: Mark Knopfler. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. Ruth Moody) 12 . 8 Special 13 – My Heart Has Never Changed 14 – Terminal of Tribute To 15 – Heart of Oak 16 – Hot Dog.
Mark Knopfler – Tracker. Virgin EMI) UK release date: 16 March 2015. by Andy Baber first published: 12 Mar 2015 in Albums. The record, which was widely praised by critics and reached Number 8 in the UK album charts, demonstrated ambition and saw Knopfler take a risk that, frankly, he did not need to take at this stage of his career. Almost three years on from Privateering – and after extensively touring the record – the 65-year-old is back with his eighth studio effort, Tracker, which features a much more standard 11 songs. Yet while Knopfler’s latest record arrives in a less experimental format, the concept behind the record is certainly an interesting one.