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Loves Skeleton - The Peter Ulrich Collaboration - The Painted Caravan

Label: AIS Records - AISCD 001,City Canyons Records - AISCD 001 • Format: CD Album • Country: North America (inc Mexico) • Genre: Rock •
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October 2, 2012 mp3 6 Comments »

6 Comments to Loves Skeleton - The Peter Ulrich Collaboration - The Painted Caravan

  1. Kigasho says:
    the peter ulrich collaboration – The Painted Caravan There’s always been a movement in Peter Ulrich’s personal trek as, going solo, the percussionist immensely expanded his instrumental palette and shifted his onus from rhythm to the rhyme and reason.
  2. Kazisho says:
    Oct 08,  · The Painted Caravan, an Album by The Peter Ulrich Collaboration. Released 11 March on Market Square (catalog no. MSMCD; CD)/5(2).
  3. Kilmaran says:
    The Painted Caravan is a collaboration helmed by Peter Ulrich, former percussionist for the iconic Dead Can Dance. The Painted Caravan is not intended to be merely a collection of tracks. The album hopes to take you on a musical journey.
  4. Disida says:
    Now he has formed The Peter Ulrich Collaboration, joining with a number of talented master musicians to release the new album The Painted Caravan. An unexpectedly rich and song-filled showcase here from Peter Ulrich -- whom you'd be excused for not knowing was the drummer of cult Aussie/UK band Dead Can Dance.
  5. Grolkis says:
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about The Peter Ulrich Collaboration - The Painted Caravan at Discogs. Complete your The Peter Ulrich Collaboration .
  6. Vudojin says:
    May 05,  · The album closes as it started, with two longer visits to other shores. The future of centuries is evoked in “Love’s Skeleton,” another take on eternal love, with oboe, clarinet and horns in a jazz-less roll of the caravan. Mandolins leave us with the wind and female voice lost there.

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