The Apartments - Fête Foraine album
Title: Fête Foraine
Style: Folk Rock
Date of release: 1996
Size MP3: 1186 mb
Size FLAC: 1238 mb
Format: VOX RA AHX DMF MIDI ASF TTA
Fête Foraine Tracklist. 3. Not Every Clown Can Be In The Circus Lyrics. Fête Foraine Q&A. More The Apartments albums.
In 1993, The Apartments recorded Drift, the first Apartments album released in Australia, on Melbourne label Torn & Frayed. Drift was next released in France on New Rose. The album (like its predecessor) achieved high praise in France, with Les Inrockuptibles placing Drift at no. 19 in their end of year list in 1993 and 7th place in the readers' list . The Apartments then recorded three more albums in quick succession: A Life Full Of Farewells (1995), the acoustic Fête Foraine (1996), and Apart (1997).
This album has an average beat per minute of 109 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 81/177 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Fête Foraine. BPM Profile Fête Foraine. Album starts at 131BPM, ends at 81BPM (-50), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Apartments. No Song, No Spell, No Madrigal.
Listen free to The Apartments – Fête Foraine (What's The Morning For?, Knowing You Were Loved and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Forming in 1978, The Apartments were a four-piece band who played around Brisbane, Australia and released the EP 'Return Of The Hypnotist' weeks after the original band split in late 1979. View full artist profile.
End of Some Fear, 04:31. Now playing: The Police Every Breath You Take. Radio Caprice - Pop Ballads. Normani Dancing with a Stranger.
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|1||What's The Morning For?||5:59|
|2||Knowing You Were Loved||4:31|
|3||Not Every Clown Can Be In The Circus||4:28|
|4||On Every Corner||3:33|
|6||End Of Some Fear||4:31|
|7||Thank You For Making Me Beg||4:18|
|8||Things You'll Keep||3:14|
|9.1||Paint The Days White||4:48|
- Artwork – David McClintock
- Flugelhorn, Trumpet – Mike Bukovski*
- Mastered By – Don Bartley
- Mixed By – Russell Pilling, Stephen Philip
- Photography By – Bleddyn Butcher
- Piano – Chris Abrahams
- Producer – Russell Pilling
- Tambourine – Helen Carter
- Vocals – Carolyn Polley
- Vocals, Guitar – Walsh*
- Words By, Music By – Walsh*
(P)&(C) beyond the sea/peter milton walsh
'Great Fool' (from the first LP 'The Evening Visits... And Stays For Years') is a hidden song that is not mentioned on the CD nor the sleeve. It begins at 05:53 on track 9, after 'Paint The Days White'.
Released in a digipak sleeve.
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