Field Songs – 2011 EU Black Vinyl


Edition: 180g Black Vinyl
Speed: 33 ⅓ rpm
Catalogue No: ANTI 87138-1
Barcode: 0 45778 71381 3
Matrix A: EPITAPH 871381-1-RE1-A “FIELD SONGS” IRP De Plurl v
Matrix B: EPITAPH 871381-1-RE-1B WILLIAM ELLIOTT WHITMORE “FIELD SONGS” IRP De Plurl v


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  1. William Elliott Whitmore’s Field Songs is such an amazing sounding record — the acoustic sound is crystal clear, the transparency is astounding, the background insects and nature ambient noise is so vivid. But the real stars here are William Elliott Whitmore’s highly addictive husky voice, his banjo, guitars and the drums. There are some much nuances and emotions in his voice — truly one of the best acoustic sounds I have heard on a recording. Clear, presence and live like.

    It is too hard to pin down which pressing this actually is as it is not listed on Discogs website. The matrix are completely different from the two US listings. The lacquer cutting engineer’s signature is quite scribblish — my best guess is “IRP De Plurl v”.

    I presumed this is an EU release not US — based on the fact that I bought it in 2016 from Amazon UK. Lastly, I presume that there’s a very slim chance this could be a reissue for an album that is perhaps not that popular…

Max

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