Untitled - Lamb - Fear Of Fours (CD, Album)

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  1. Find Lamb discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Mancunian duo who blend heartfelt songwriting with complex, inventive arrangements influenced by jungle, classical, jazz, and other genres.
  2. Lamb were never as stunningly talented as Massive Attack or Tricky, but they were as innovative. Their first three albums were all very good, but Fear of Fours is my favorite, by far. You have never heard kickass breakbeats work so well with a sampled tuba, acoustic bass or lute (yes, the album .
  3. Aug 26,  · 11 videos Play all Lamb - Fear of fours Joao Dias; Soft Mistake - Duration: Lamb - Backscape Unwind (full album). - Duration: Lamb interview - Lou and Andy.
  4. Mar 10,  · Lamb and Fear of Fours: 5 De Britse triphop-band Lamb werd opgericht in in Manchester door producent Andrew Barlow en zangeres Louise Rhodes. De band werd bekend met de eerste single Cotton Wool ().
  5. Untitled "Track four. It's four seconds long. On an album called Fear of Fours. We were being very cryptic [laughs]. "That's about as short as a track can be. I think a track has to be over two seconds long for it to be able to feature on a CD." All In Your Hands "We got recommended this guy called Ben Parks to score brass for this one.
  6. Fear Of Fours, their second album, is very definite in deserving the moniker 'head'. Some say this is the least spiritual of the three albums (primarily people who fell in love with LAMB as a result of their third album, "What Sound"), however for me it is LAMB at their most critically creative, with most of their efforts poured into the music /5(12).
  7. Dec 23,  · Lamb's second album, FEAR OF FOURS, shows them more focused, with a tighter grip on song structure. The rhythms, again, are breathtaking. The title, FEAR OF FOURS, comes from their aversion of the all-too-common 4/4 time signature found in most music today/5().
  8. Dec 23,  · Lamb's second album, FEAR OF FOURS, shows them more focused, with a tighter grip on song structure. The rhythms, again, are breathtaking. The title, FEAR OF FOURS, comes from their aversion of the all-too-common 4/4 time signature found in most music today/5(23).
  9. Fear of Fours, the sophomore effort from the English duo Lamb, once again mixes Andrew Barlow's drum & bass sounds with the beautiful, sultry, smoky vocals of Louise Rhodes. Fear of Fours is an amazing follow up to Lamb's self-titled critically acclaimed debut and is further supported by videos for the tracks "B Line" and "Softly."/5(42).

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