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Sugaring Season by Beth Orton

Sugaring Season
Vinyl LP - Sealed

Sugaring Season
by Beth Orton

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Product Code:
ADAD-ANT-1819
Label:
Anti Records
Genre:
Rock
Format:
Vinyl LP - Sealed
UPC:
045778711819
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Beth Orton's Anti debut captures the classic hypnotic sound that won her prominence, at the same time as it shows a singer at the full maturity of her instrument, with a new soulfulness that can recall Roberta Flack or Nina Simone one moment, June Christy at the next. Sugaring Season is in many ways a culmination of Orton's art of contradictions, a full circle from that first John Martyn cover she recorded with William Orbit back in the day ? soulful and ambient, lush and bittersweet, starkly still and fiercely rhythmic.
01. Magpie
02. Dawn Chorus
03. Candles
04. Something more Beautiful
05. Call me the Breeze
06. Poison Tree
07. See through Blue
08. Last Leaves of Autumn
09. State of Grace
10. Mystery

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