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Well Be There - Oysterband - The Shouting End Of Life (CD, Album)

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  1. THE OYSTER BAND The Shouting End Of Life CD OYSTERBAND. £ Free P&P. OYSTERBAND-RISE ABOVE FOLK ROCK CD. OYSTERBAND - MEET YOU THERE CD NEW. £ Free P&P. Report item - opens in a new window quiet night in England and Too late now-but the depth and strenghs of The Oyster Band are not really,for my money,well 3/5(1).
  2. Oysterband (or The Oyster Band, as it used to be) is an English electric folk, folk rock, and folk punk band formed in Canterbury in or around The band is one of the few outfits still burning with the fire of punk, but managing to combine it with the ideals and knowledge of English folk music - a balancing act they've made into a fine art.
  3. 4. JUNE TABOR & OYSTERBAND Ragged Kingdom (Topic) 5. OYSTERBAND Holy Bandits (Cooking Vinyl) 6. EMILY PORTMAN Hatchling (Furrow) 7. ELIZA CARTHY Anglicana (Topic) 8. THE HOME SERVICE Alright Jack (Making Waves) .
  4. Oct 31,  · Following this the band name changed to Oysterband. recording the harder "The Shouting End of Life" () and collaborating with Chumbawamba to record "Farewell to the Crown following the shapes of the hills as they go past and wondering what it would be like to be out there," John says. The tour idea and album evolved almost as twin.
  5. the shouting end of life. produced by pat collier cooking vinyl (cook cd ) 1. we'll be there. 2. blood-red roses. 3. jam tomorrow. 4. by northern light. 5. the shouting end of life. 6. long dark street. 7. our lady of the bottles. 8.
  6. Let me speak, there’s some things I thought you should know When you breathe, I feel a heart attack coming on And I can’t wait to watch the world slip away When I leave attach a piece of you to my ghost Cause I can’t stray too far from the one that I love If they grieve I’ll send a sign to let them know That I was okay to watch it all.
  7. Album. The Shouting End of Life Oysterband. Released We'll Be There Lyrics. 3. Jam Tomorrow Lyrics. 4. By Northern Light Lyrics. 6. Long Dark Street.
  8. Some died in ecstasy Some died in poverty But they all die with their boots on At the shouting end of life Roll me out a barrel, I'll toast you to your knees Take away this safety net, bring me my trapeze Order me a stretcher, for midnight if you please Give me sweet music and strife; Anything could put me in that long black wooden box Gunpowder, whisky or the two-tone Chinese pox But I'm not.

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