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FIELD MICE : Snowball + Singles
The first album Snowball (1989) with all tracks from their first three singles: Emma's House and Sensitive were released as bestselling 7-inchers on Sarah, while I Can See Myself Alone Forever was a strictly limited 7" on The Caff Corporation. Emma's house Fabulous friend
FIELD MICE (the) : Skywriting + Singles
Double CD. The second album Skywriting (1990) with all tracks from the EPs The Autumn Store and So Said Kay. This wealth of middle-period material completed on this double-CD by two rare compilation tracks as well as three previously unreleased tracks: I Thought Wrong, Right As Rain and Heart Disease Called Love. If you need someone Canada
FIELD MICE (the) : For Keeps + Singles
The third and final album For Keeps (1991) with all tracks from the singles September's Not So Far Away and Missing the Moon. These swansong records prove once again that The Field Mice were one of the most underrated bands of their era: the missing link between Postcard Records and Belle and Sebastian. Missing the moon
TREMBLING BLUE STARS : Her Handwriting
Extended re-issue of the 1st album, originally released in 1996 on Shinkansen. TBS were formed in 1995, initially as a solo vehicle for singer and songwriter Bobby Wratten (Field Mice, Northern Picture Library), assisted by long-term studio collaborator Ian Catt (St Etienne). 74 minutes of music and three bonus tracks.
TREMBLING BLUE STARS : Lips That Taste Of Tears
Re-issue of the 2nd album, originally released in 1998 on Shinkansen. TBS were formed in 1995, initially as a solo vehicle for singer and songwriter Bobby Wratten (Field Mice, Northern Picture Library), assisted by long-term studio collaborator Ian Catt (St Etienne). 74 minutes of music and one bonus track.
NORTHERN PICTURE LIBRARY : Postscript
Paris Collection of singles and rarities, gathering together the 8 tracks from the 1994 eps Blue Dissolve and Paris, together with the rare compilation track Something Good (from a Sound Of Music tribute, no less!), and three previously unreleased tracks, including an extraordinary remix of Welcome To California, originally recorded by Katmandu.
NORTHERN PICTURE LIBRARY : Alaska + Love Song For The Dead Che
Love song for the dead Che NPL were formed by Bobby Wratten, Annemari Davies and Mark Dobson after The Field Mice split in 1991. It was a much less highly-strung project, less song-based and more dark and ambient than before, drawing influence from Talk Talk, Brian Eno and ambient/dance. As a bonus you get all three tracks from Love Song for the Dead...
CATH CARROLL : England Made Me
Recorded in Sheffield, London, Chicago and Sao Paulo, EMM was first released by Factory Records in 1991 (Fact 210), and adds up to a smooth yet sometimes sinister collection of moody dance, sensuous daydreams and warped bossa nova from the former Miaow lynchpin.
TREMBLING BLUE STARS : A Certain Evening Light
This is a superb sound document: a collection of songs that so far had only been included in the singles this British band had released throughout all its career. 17 songs rescued from limited edition singles or versions different to the album ones.
TREMBLING BLUE STARS : The Seven Autumn Flowers
On the 5th album by TBS, Bobby Wratten´s songs share the spirit of 70s songwriters such as JACKSON BROWNE or NICK DRAKE´s romanticism, along with a present day focus that adds synth-pop elements and a great deal of synth sounds (intelligently mixed with acoustic arrangements as in "If I handle you with care"), or melodic walls of sound as in...
TREMBLING BLUE STARS : The Last Holy Writer
"The last holy writer" is the sixth album by TREMBLING BLUE STARS, thesecond one released worldwide through Elefant Records. This album is dark,intimate, melancholic and cloudy, but every now and then there are rays ofsunshine coming through the clouds, riding sunny melodic breezes.
TREMBLING BLUE STARS : 10"EP Correspondence
1 * The Light Outside (Robert Hampson Remix) 2 * Between Stations 3 * Sunrise On Mars 4 * Kidney Bingos 5 * A Field At Dusk 6 * A Spell Of Songs Goodbyes are always sad. And even more so when what you’re saying goodbye to is something you have been emotionally attached to for a long time.