Fennesz ‎– Black Sea

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1 Black Sea 10:11
2 The Colour Of Three
Composed By, Performer – Anthony PaterasRecorded By [Prepared Piano] – Christoph Amann
8:07
3 Perfume For Winter 4:36
4 Grey Scale 4:10
5 Glide
Composed By, Performer – Rosy Parlane
9:30
6 Vacuum 3:57
7 Glass Ceiling 5:49
8 Saffron Revolution 5:52

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All tracks composed, performed, record and mixed at Amann Studios/Vienna and c-street/Paris except "Glide" which was recorded live in Paris and then edited and mixed at Amman Studios. Anthony Pateras's prepared piano on "The Colour of Three" was recorded at Amman Studios in 2005.

With thanks to ske - www.ske-fonds.at

Mastered at Skye Mastering, on 1st October 2008.
℗ & © 2008 Touch, all tracks published by Touch Music [MCPS]. Made in England.

Released in a four-panel digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 027803 147621
  • Barcode (Reader): 5027803147621
  • Matrix / Runout: 3BC.CO.UK TO76 01 Made in the UK
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0496
  • Label Code: LC 13014
  • Rights Society: MCPS

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TO:76 LP Fennesz Black Sea(LP, Album) Touch TO:76 LP UK 2008 Sell This Version
RZCM-46113 Fennesz Black Sea(CD, Album, Dig) Commmons RZCM-46113 Japan 2008 Sell This Version

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fivefootsteps

fivefootsteps

August 12, 2013
edited over 2 years ago
I think they didn't have to trim the album down by two songs for the vinyl version, both sides would total around 25 minutes each if done right without rearraging the songs.
kruisspin

kruisspin

August 4, 2012
i hate it when people just stealing the work from any artist just for fun or selling for the cheap lowlife money thats not belong to them.and not wanne support the artist for all his work!

this is a great album from a even greater musician.he is like Tim Hecker only a bit rougher on his songs,they are all the best in wat they making/playing for us the musiclovers who dream from a world with only such fantastic scapes!
again a nice and strong album with beautifull artwork!
endless.summer81

endless.summer81

December 6, 2008
The new album from Fennesz is an absolute masterpiece.

Perhaps even better than 'Endless Summer' and definitely much better than 'Venice'.

Acoustic guitar and glitchy electronics are mixed in seemingless contrast to produce a delicious audio treat.

'Grey Scale' in particular will appeal to those who have been waiting for so long to hear something that compares to 'Endless Summer'.

Fans of Fennesz's earlier works should digest this as soon as possible because it is his most comprehensive work to date.
verdemenet

verdemenet

November 25, 2008
I can see a week before this Fennesz's record was published in internet, available for all people who wanted to download. Is that slap in the face necessary that for one of the best and last musicians in show us new landscapes, new sound pictures, that have been working hardly in this album?

The romantic concept of the album has been derided by people who don't feel the music, only feel the megabyte, the more absolute nothing, music with no artist, no title, no feeling. Only the space in a computer can describe landscapes as the Fennesz's music or master John Wozencroft picture design?

Discover that genious through the album.
Thanks to Fennesz and to the best label of the year Touch Records!

Swim in the Black Sea.