Agnes Obel ‎– Philharmonics

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[PIAS] Recordings ‎– PIASR 195 CD, [PIAS] Recordings ‎– 945.A195.020
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Mastered at It Sounds. Recorded in Berlin 2004-2010
℗ & © Agnes Obel / Released under exclusive license by [PIAS] Recordings / [PIAS] Recordings is a label of [PIAS] Entertainment Group

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5413356519532
  • Matrix / Runout (Description): 54288096/945A195022 21
  • Label Code: LC07800
  • Rights Society: SABAM/BIEM

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PIASR 195 LP, 945.A195.010 Agnes Obel Philharmonics(LP, Album) [PIAS] Recordings, [PIAS] Recordings PIASR 195 LP, 945.A195.010 Europe 2010 Sell This Version
LOVECD121 Agnes Obel Philharmonics(2xCD, Album, Dlx) Love Da Records LOVECD121 Asia 2011 Sell This Version
PIASR 195 DCDX, 945.A195.023 Agnes Obel Philharmonics(2xCD, Album, Dlx) Play It Again Sam, Play It Again Sam PIASR 195 DCDX, 945.A195.023 Europe 2011 Sell This Version
PIASL056CD Agnes Obel Philharmonics(2xCD, Album, Dlx) Play It Again Sam PIASL056CD Australia 2011 Sell This Version
PIASR 195 DCDX, 945.A195.023 Agnes Obel Philharmonics(2xCD, Album, Edi) Play It Again Sam, Play It Again Sam PIASR 195 DCDX, 945.A195.023 France 2011 Sell This Version

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LeonardoA

LeonardoA

March 5, 2017
Pop music is sometimes unpredictable. No one expected that Agnes Obel end 2010 the charts in Belgium and Denmark would argue with her debut Philharmonics. Also in France and the Netherlands was quite plate sold. This should have been a windfall for the Danish pianist and singer. In one fell swoop they drowned out Scandinavian counterparts as Ane Brun and Nina Kinert. In any case, complete with Music we were surprised by the quick success of Obel. Philharmonics is nevertheless a plate that deserves to be in the spotlight. The cd is sparsely produced and focuses entirely on the power of the game and the song of the Danish. Every detail seems effortless and uncontrollably from her to come, yet also balanced sounds. Obel makes brilliant use of double tracking, a recording technique that allows the singer doubles up her own singing. So is her sound pronounced and it remains pure. Just like the static timbre of the songs starts to get bored, the cd is over. In just forty minutes the listener has a wonderful trip made in the world of a great talent.