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On Battleship Hill - PJ Harvey - Let England Shake (CD, Album)

8 Reply to “ On Battleship Hill - PJ Harvey - Let England Shake (CD, Album) ”

  1. Nikosho says:
    Let England Shake is a thoughtfully conceived, deftly executed cycle of rock songs. Harvey's poetry has never been better, and her strange musical sensibilities have never served her lyrics better. Addressing the tragedy of the Iraq conquest through an English prism, these songs gives parallax views of both America and the middle east/5().
  2. Dojind says:
    Haar laatste album, White Chalk, stamt alweer uit en bevat louter spannende piano-songs. Let England Shake luistert als een waar conceptalbum. Als een volleerd acteur duikt PJ Harvey in de Engelse (oorlogs)geschiedenis en op zeer geïnspireerde .
  3. Dilkis says:
    PJ Harvey’s Let England Shake was recorded in a 19th Century church in Dorset, on a clifftop overlooking the sea. It was created with a cast of musicians including such long-standing allies as Flood, John Parish, and Mick Harvey/5().
  4. Arakinos says:
    Let England Shake is the eighth studio album by English singer-songwriter and musician PJ Harvey, released on 14 February by Island Records. Production began around the time of White Chalk ' s release in , though it is a departure from the piano-driven introspection of that album.
  5. Gardaran says:
    PJ Harvey. This is one of three songs on Let England Shake that was prompted by the battle for Gallipoli, a grotesquely bungled attempt to seize Constantinople, which wiped out much of the Australian and New Zealand Army. Harvey told NME: "Battleship Hill was the place of a particularly bloody battlefield.
  6. Maugami says:
    The song is the sixth track on the purely antiwar PJ Harvey’s album Let England Shake. PJ told NPR about this song: one of the conflicts that affected me a great deal was the Gallipoli.
  7. Banris says:
    On Battleship Hill This song is by PJ Harvey and appears on the album Let England Shake (). The scent of Thyme carried on the wind Stings your face into remembering Cruel nature has won again On Battleship Hill's caved in trenches A hateful feeling still lingers Even now, 80 years later.
  8. Tenris says:
    Jan 01,  · Editors' Notes For her 11th album, PJ Harvey steps away from the strident agit-folk that made her name in the ‘90s, writing instead a subtle and hauntingly beautiful record that is simultaneously a meditation on the brutality and futility of the First World War and a nostalgic paean to her home country. As is her custom, guitars take center stage, all eerie and drenched in chilling reverb (“In the Dark .

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