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Album: All The Little Lights
# Song Title   Time
1)    Things That Stop You Dreaming More Info...
2)    Let Her Go More Info...
3)    Staring at the Stars More Info...
4)    All the Little Lights More Info...
5)    The Wrong Direction More Info...
6)    Circles More Info...
7)    Keep on Walking More Info...
8)    Patient Love More Info...
9)    Life's for the Living More Info...
10)    Holes More Info...
11)    Feather on the Clyde More Info...
12)    I Hate More Info...
 

Album: All The Little Lights
# Song Title   Time
1)    Things That Stop You Dreaming More Info...
2)    Let Her Go More Info...
3)    Staring at the Stars More Info...
4)    All the Little Lights More Info...
5)    The Wrong Direction More Info...
6)    Circles More Info...
7)    Keep on Walking More Info...
8)    Patient Love More Info...
9)    Life's for the Living More Info...
10)    Holes More Info...
11)    Feather on the Clyde More Info...
12)    I Hate More Info...
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Mike Rosenberg (vocals, acoustic guitar); Stuart Hunter (piano, keyboards, synthesizer); Cameron Undy (upright bass, electric bass); Stu Larsen, Georgia Mooney (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixer: Chris Vallejo.
  • Recording information: Linear Studios, Sydney (10/26/2011); The Borderline, London (10/26/2011).
  • All the Little Lights, the third long-player from Mike Rosenberg, better known as the founder, vocalist, songwriter, and driving force behind English folk-rock outfit Passenger, continues in the vein of 2010's Flight of the Crow, offering up another evocative collection of heartfelt, largely acoustic, indie folk gems that invoke names like Coldplay, Van Morrison, Villagers, Mumford & Sons, and even Neil Young. Recorded once again in Australia, All the Little Lights represents an evolution in both Rosenberg's songwriting and his overall sound, maintaining the emotional intimacy of his previous outings while introducing a bigger and bolder production style.
Professional Reviews
Paste (magazine) - "The use of strings in opener 'Things That Stop You Dreaming,' as well as the banjos and horns in 'Staring at the Stars' give the album a wider range of musical depth."
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