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Tamara Williamson - The Boat Album
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|OM 14, 494415||Tamara Williamson||The Boat (CD, Album)||Ocean Music, Ocean Music||OM 14, 494415||France||2006|
Track 9, "The End" consist of two short songs and 4 minutes of silence inbetween. The second song is a rendition of Gavin Sutherlands "Sailing".
Band Name Tamara Williamson. Album Name The Boat. Type Album. Released date 10 April 2006. Labels Ocean. Other productions from Tamara Williamson. More Than a Decade. Small Songs. Listen free to Tamara Williamson The boat The beginning, The story and more. 9 tracks 34:18. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Tamara Williamson has been a mainstay in the Toronto Alternative music scene since the 90s. Albums Nightmare on Queen Street 2000. Unconscious Pilot 2003 The Arms of Ed 2005 All those Racing Horses 2008 Small Songs 2009 The Boat 2009 More Than a Decade. 2010 Sister Mother Daughter Wife 2014. The Boat. Release group by Tamara Williamson. FR2006. Ocean Music. OM 14. Release group information. Artist . Tamara Williamson: Canadian singer Unconscious Pilot, Rebecca, Sonali и другие песни. Trina & Tamara is the only studio album by American contemporary R&B group Trina & Tamara, released May 11, 1999 via C2 Records which was distributed via Columbia Records. Co-produced by the group along with Randy Jackson, it did not chart on the Billboard 200 but peaked at 99 on the Billboard R&B chart. The album produced the singles What'd You Come Here For and Joanne. In addition to original songs, the album contains a cover of Settle for My Love by Patrice Rushen. from the Album The Boat, released 2006. Inventive artist Tamara Williamson has created a hazy, post-rock concept record about transatlantic love and loss. The Boat is dedicated to Williamsons father and she describes it as the story of a man who sailed across the Atlantic to try and mend a broken heart. As such, its a moody, emotional album with an apt soundscape that recalls Slint as much as it does Massive Attack. The Story is vaguely trip-hop and gifted vocalist Williamson is an expert at conveying conflicting emotions via vague and abstract imagery. The Dream is dark and ethereal, matching a listless melod