Elizabeth Fraser

Elizabeth Fraser

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Elizabeth Davidson Fraser
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Born: August 29, 1963, Grangemouth, Falkirk, Scotland

Elizabeth Fraser is best known for her unique vocal performances as part of influential UK band the Cocteau Twins. Her blend of haunting melodies and raw emotion has featured on collaborations with the band Massive Attack, and she has provided vocals for film soundtracks including The Lord of the Rings.

"Perhaps I've held the word in too high a regard for in my struggle to connect with the spirit they are simply getting in the way. What is important is to give an authentic response and so I stay with the feelings, even if it means writing a piece about being unable to write a piece." - Elizabeth Fraser
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Elizabeth Fraser Discography

Albums

Harold Budd / Simon Raymonde / Robin Guthrie / Elizabeth Fraser Harold Budd / Simon Raymonde / Robin Guthrie / Elizabeth Fraser - The Moon And The Melodies (Album) 4AD France 1986 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Ian McCulloch Featuring Elizabeth Fraser Ian McCulloch Featuring Elizabeth Fraser - Candleland (The Second Coming) (Single) EastWest UK 1990 Sell This Version
Craig Armstrong Featuring Elizabeth Fraser Craig Armstrong Featuring Elizabeth Fraser - This Love (Single) Virgin, Melankolic UK 1998 Sell This Version
Elizabeth Fraser Underwater (Single) Blanco Y Negro UK 2000 Sell This Version
Elizabeth Fraser Moses (Single) Rough Trade UK 2009 Sell This Version

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FrioMundoFrio

FrioMundoFrio

September 28, 2013
Please help me to recognize a unknown dream-pop single. I hear it in 1993 on cassette? but i don't now artist name. Vocal style is absolute Cocteau Twins-like, but i not found this electronic song and 3 remixed versions (like on lost tape) in their discography.
But i played this melody on synth - i hope you recognize this beautiful song !
Red And White http://www.mediafire.com/?v2apiw5o9dt...
(Of course, name of this song is wrong, it's only for this track)
This is post for all dream pop fans, who liked Cocteau Twins and other great ethereal/dreampop bands of 80-s...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GXGBAGVIhg

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