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The Head And The Heart - The Head And The Heart download mp3 album
Performer:
The Head And The Heart
Album:
The Head And The Heart
Style:
Folk Rock, Indie Rock
Released:
2011
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1382 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1508 mb
WMA vers. size:
1227 mb
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Rating:
4.4 ★
Votes:
200

Initially, the band had self-released the album in June 2009, selling it at concerts, by word of mouth, and through local record stores. In the ensuing months the album sold 10,000 copies

The point of the Joshua Tree retreat was to write new music and - hopefully - follow-up their third album, 2015’s Signs of Light. The LP is their highest-charting effort to date, peaking at No. 5 on the Billboard 20. It was an effort to gather the far-flung members of the group far from familiar distractions and obligations and see if they even could work together, frankly. How did Living Mirage redefine your role in The Head and the Heart? CT: My role in this band has always had the greatest allowance to ebb and flow, if that makes sense: I’m not holding down a rhythm instrument; I’m not playing instrumentally consistently. That’s always excited me, that grey area, where I’m gonna fit in, what I’m gonna bring and at what time while considering things on a macro level, what do we need, what can I do. It’s always changing with each album.

The band’s first album was picked up (and reworked) by Sub Pop, which propelled the band’s second one, Let’s Be Still (2013) into the Billboard albums Top 10. The two albums have sold 650,000 copies combined. Popular The Head and the Heart songs. The Head and the Heart.

Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The Head And The Heart. From the opening moments of The Head and The Heart, it’s apparent that the band, lead by co-vocalists Josiah Johnson and Jonathan Russell, won’t be all that obscure for long, especially with the physical release of their debut looming on the imminent horizon. The album opens with Cats and Dogs, a -some-seconds long track that acts as an introduction to what you’re in store for, setting you up for all of The Head and The Heart‘s best moments.

Summary: The debut album for the Seattle folk rock band was self-released in June 2010 before Sub Pop rereleased a remastered version in 2011. The lyrics are not particularly creative and the melodic arrangements of the songs are predictable and uninspired. The song rivers and roads seems to be an anthem of millennial uncertainty, and while some may find it relatable, its discussion of changing times is trite. The songs follow rather predictable patterns, verse, courus etc swelling guitar cords and the occasional delicate sound of a piano or violin. While well executed by talented musicians it is uninspired in the sense that I have heard that same sound from other bands.

The Head and the Heart - The Head And The Heart Album Lyrics. 1. Cats And Dogs Lyrics.

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Lyrics to "People Need A Melody" song by The Head And The Heart: Pick yourself up kid I can't bear the weight Pick your mood upfront We don't have the time When yo. .So pick yourself up kid I can't bear the weight Let the light back in 'Cause you've been walkin' blind Now it's all on you Don't you let it fade Before your time goes. I don't want a love that holds us back I don't want a life that I can't have

Tracklist

A1 Cats And Dogs 1:55
A2 Coeur D'Alene 4:21
A3 Ghosts 4:18
A4 Down In The Valley 5:03
A5 Rivers And Roads 4:44
B1 Honey Come Home 3:21
B2 Lost In My Mind 4:19
B3 Winter Song 2:44
B4 Sounds Like Hallelujah 3:10
B5 Heaven Go Easy On Me 5:40

Credits

  • Mastered By – Ed Brooks
  • Recorded By – Shawn Simmons
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Steven Aguilar

Notes

2011 Record Store Day Release.
In gatefold sleeve.

(Track times taken from digital release)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 98787 09151 9
  • Barcode (String): 098787091519

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SPCD 915 The Head And The Heart The Head And The Heart ‎(CD, Album, Car) Sub Pop SPCD 915 US 2011
HVNLP85CD, none The Head And The Heart The Head And The Heart ‎(CD, Album) Heavenly, Cooperative Music HVNLP85CD, none UK 2011
HVNLP85 The Head And The Heart The Head And The Heart ‎(LP, Album) Heavenly HVNLP85 UK 2011
HVNLP85CDP The Head And The Heart The Head And The Heart ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Heavenly HVNLP85CDP UK & Europe 2011
SP 915, 709153 The Head And The Heart The Head And The Heart ‎(LP, Album, Ltd) Sub Pop, Barnes Noble Consign SP 915, 709153 US 2016


  • Biaemi
This a fantastic pressing, detailed, dynamic, and the bass is at a perfect level, there but not overdone.
  • Broadraven
Was lucky enough to meet three of the band and got them to sign my copy of this record. Super excited about that one!
  • Fearlesshunter
http://mezzic.com/2011/02/14/review-the-head-and-the-heart-the-head-and-the-heart-2011/Review from Mezzik.comIf it weren’t for Abby Holmes, she of much great taste, I would be blissfully unaware of the song “Ghosts” by The Head and The Heart, a band straight from Miss Holmes’s stomping ground, Seattle, Washington. Abby posted about “Ghosts” on Radio Free Chicago, the blog that takes up the majority of my internet-journalism-ing time, and I gave the track a listen. After all, with phrases like “sunny Americana sounds that occasionally merge onto pop or alt-country back roads”, it seemed as though The Head and The Heart would be right up my alt-country lovin’ alley. One listen to “Ghosts” proved that notion correct and my immediate love of the track meant that I was wasting no time in procuring the West coasters self titled Sub Pop release and delving straight into it.Word is that The Head and The Heart are something of indie darlings in their home state, selling out small shows and opening for such big name acts as David Bazan and, strangely enough, Dave Matthews. One quick search of Seattle Times’ website will bring up a slew of articles on The Head and The Heart. Then, of course, there’s the news that the band’s self released debut is a recent acquisition of the critically lauded Sub Pop records and the label is planning on rereleasing the record in a physical format April 16th (MP3′s are available through Sub Pop now). It’s all enough to make you wonder why the sextet is still languishing in veritable obscurity outside of their Washington comfort zone.The Head and The Heart – GhostsFrom the opening moments of The Head and The Heart, it’s apparent that the band, lead by co-vocalists Josiah Johnson and Jonathan Russell, won’t be all that obscure for long, especially with the physical release of their debut looming on the imminent horizon. The album opens with “Cats and Dogs”, a one-minute-and-fifty-some-seconds long track that acts as an introduction to what you’re in store for, setting you up for all of The Head and The Heart‘s best moments. The lyrics, sung with the whiskey soaked melodicism of a man that probably smokes a pack a day, have a tinge of melancholy (“My roots have grown but I don’t know where they are.”) and are a strict counterpoint to the Appalachian stomp of the band’s many musicians. When “Cats and Dogs” transitions seamlessly into “Coeur D’Alene”, you don’t notice that the song’s changed until it’s almost over. In fact, as the album progresses, you notice that it plays out less like a track-by-track release and more like a single cohesive work of art, with violinist Charity Thielen’s vocals adding an unexpected layer of gentle allure to Johnson and Russell’s harmonies, while Chris Zasche proves himself to be one of the most remarkable bassists in indie music today this side of Okkervil River’s Patrick Pestorious.The Head and The Heart have a rootsy charm about them that would make them the perfect tourmates for modern folk superstar Josh Ritter but they maintain all the pop appeal of The Hush Sound, particularly on “Ghosts”, which is pianist Kenny Hensley shining moment on the record. “Ghosts” is a track which evokes Frontier Ruckus covering “The Boys Are Too Refined”, one of the most appealing moments from The Hush Sound’s swan song album, Goodbye Blues. It sounds odd in theory but I dare you to curb the desire to listen to it at least twice in a row. I dare you!Mixing thematic melancholia with stick-in-your-head hooks is The Head and The Heart’s specialty, as the juxtaposition of these two sensibilities are prevalent on nearly all the The Head and The Heart‘s ten tracks. In fact, The Head and The Heart are able to keep even their saddest ballads (“Down In The Valley”) rife with appeal and that allure is one which makes the band one of the across-the-board catchiest bands I’ve heard in a long while.After “Ghosts”, the album lulls momentarily with the ballad “Down In The Valley”, providing a perfect backdrop to let Thiele’s violin talent shine through. If you’ve managed to evade falling in love with The Head and The Heart up until “Down In The Valley”, the band’s harmonies on the song’s lullaby-esque “oh”s will doubtlessly ensnare, well, both your head and your heart. And if you have fallen in love with the Seattle six piece already, then “Down In The Valley” will only make you love them even more. The charms of The Head and The Heart are many. While their self titled debut lasts at a mere 40 minutes, it’s feels at once to take all evening to spin it’s melodic web around you yet it seems, as it’s wrapped up, to have only been a moment since you started it. I imagine that Seattle residents feel the same way about The Head and The Heart as Michigan folk kids like myself feel about Frontier Ruckus in the sense that locals understand how lucky they are to catch the band at their infancy. Much like Fruckus, it’s impossible to maintain the notion that the world outside of the pacific northwest won’t fall under the spell cast The Head and The Heart before long.