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Wire is the self-titled fourteenth studio album by British post-punk band Wire. It was released on 13 April 2015. The material on the album is a combination of songs which were written and performed live on tour preceding the recording and material written by Colin Newman just prior to entering the studio. The band chose eleven songs out of nineteen they’d been preparing, and Newman has stated that the band will issue the remaining material i. second release, probably early next year.
album: Walkin' the Windy High Wire. Greg McLeod - High-wire Bird. album: Guns into Guitars. Raquel Caldwell - My Lean Baby. Rough-n-Real Band - High Wire. Dead High Wire - Bbgap.
Coat Cooke & Rainer Wiens. Coat Cooke & Rainer Wiens - Dimension X Sound 09:52. Coat Cooke & Rainer Wiens - Space Landing 08:59. Coat Cooke & Rainer Wiens - Storm Eye 04:38. Coat Cooke & Rainer Wiens - High Wire 07:53. Coat Cooke & Rainer Wiens - Monkey Trails 07:37. TV Hits Now - Classic & New TV Shows - TV Theme Players. High Voltage Box: The Ultimate AC/DC Tribute - Various Artists. Young, Loud And Snotty - Dead Boys. Acuarela Songs 1 - Various Artists.
Anglo-Canadian three piece based in London. Found In Honey', 'The Sleep Tape', 'Ahead of the Rain'. This October The High Wire have been dancing the Denial Twist to the Dells, catching the Last Train In Vain to London and tripping out on Orange Juice & Maggot Brain. September 24, 2014 ·. Because some days everyone else just seems a bit rubbish compared to Dylan.
Studio album by. Rob Brown. High Wire is an album by American jazz saxophonist Rob Brown recorded in 1993 and released on the Italian Soul Note label Contents.
The pairing of Coat Cooke and Rainer Wiens in High Wire, results in a performance of dualities. Complexity versus simplicity, density versus scarcity are all at play here. Wiens creates complex sound environments on eclectic guitars and thumb pianos while Cooke soars overhead with clear, clean lines. Interaction is evident and the music is highly listenable. Drawing on sax antecedents, Cooke’s horn moves from the lightness of John Handy to the warmth of Jan Garbarek, ultimately shifting into a voice that is singularly his own.