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Divine Discontent by Sixpence None the Richer (CD) Gospel Contemporary Christian

Divine Discontent by Sixpence None the Richer (CD) Gospel Contemporary Christian



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Additional Information about Divine Discontent by Sixpence None the Richer (CD, Oct-2002, Reprise)
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Album Features
UPC: 080688601027
Artist: Sixpence None the Richer
Format: CD
Release Year: 2002
Record Label: Reprise
Genre: Contemp. Christian, Gospel

Track Listing
1. Breathe Your Name
2. Tonight
3. Down and Out of Time
4. Don't Dream It's Over
5. Waiting on the Sun
6. Still Burning
7. Melody of You
8. Paralyzed
9. I've Been Waiting
10. Eyes Wide Open
11. Dizzy
12. Tension Is a Passing Note
13. A Million Parachutes

Playing Time: 55 min.
Distributor: WEA (Distributor)
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a

Album Notes
Sixpence None The Richer: Leigh Nash (vocals); Matt Slocum (guitar, E-bow, cello, keyboards, vibraphone); Sean Kelly (guitar); Jerry Dale McFadden (piano, Hammond B-3 organ, Mellotron); Justin Cary (bass); Dale Baker, Rob Mitchell (drums, percussion).Additional personnel includes: Bruce Dukov, Eve Butler, Mario De Leon, Peter Kent, Brian Leonard, Bob Peterson, Rachel Purkin, John Wittenberg, Rick Todd, Suzie Katayama.Producers: Paul Fox, Matt Slocum, Rob Cavallo.Recorded at Ocean Way Recording, Nashville, Tennessee and at Record One, Sherman Oaks, California.Personnel: Leigh Nash (vocals); Tim Pierce (guitar); Matt Slocum (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, E-bow, cello, keyboards, vibraphone); Sean Kelly (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); John Wittenberg, Mario de Le¢n, Bob Peterson, Rachel Purkin, Eve Butler, Joel Derouin, Bruce Dukov, Peter Kent, Brian Leonard, Pamela Sixfin, David Davidson , Jacob Lawson (violin); Monisa Phillips Angel, Evan Wilson, Kris Wilkinson, Bob Becker , Denyse Buffum (viola); Rudy Stein, Carl Rabinowitz, John Catchings, Suzie Katayama, Larry Corbett, Anthony LaMarchina, Dan Smith (cello); Richard Todd (French horn); Jerry Dale McFadden (piano, Mellotron); Jamie Muhoberac (keyboards); Dale Baker, Rob Mitchell (drums, percussion); Carmen Rizzo (programming).Audio Mixer: Tom Lord-Alge.Recording information: Emerald Sound Studios; Mixed Media Studios, Nashville, TN; Ocean Way Recording, Nashville, TN; Record One, Sherman Oaks, CA; The Village recorder, West Los Angeles, CA.Editors: Jeff Tomei; Luke Wooten; Bill Appleberry .Photographer: Matthew Welch .Austin, TX's Sixpence None The Richer have traveled a rather unusual path. After two mid-'90s records, the openly Christian band had a sizeable cult following in the secular world, much of it in the unlikely domain of indie-rock, before scoring a gargantuan teen-movie soundtrack aided pop hit in 1999 with "Kiss Me," from the outfit's third release. Three years removed from the top of the charts, the group--centered around guitarist/songwriter Matt Slocum and the bewitching vocals of Leigh Nash--offer album #4, DIVINE DISCONTENT.The passage of time has only shifted their Sundays-indebted sound slightly; it's a bit less mournful, a bit less orchestral, but still possessed of a balance between dark uncertainty and the hope omnipresent in their earlier work. Moreover, Sixpence still know how to craft songs that haunt the memory days after last hearing, like the opening track "Breathe Your Name," which opens lightly before a crescendo into a rapturous hook. Of particular note is the cover of Crowded House's 1987 hit "Don't Dream It's Over," on which Nash's otherworldly vocals transform the song into something original yet warmly familiar, which could be said of all of DIVINE DISCONTENT.


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