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Big Bright Eyes - The Bats (8) - Big Bright Eyes (Vinyl)

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  1. Ever since my ears heard Bright Eyes, I knew I would want it on vinyl. There is something nostalgic when you listen to an album from your youth on vinyl, and it is no different with "I'm Wide Awake It's Morning." The sound is crystal clear and remastered well. This record is worth every penny/5(60).
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  3. 4.D A Song To Pass The Time: Don't Be Frightened Of Turning The Page (All 4 Bright Eyes Tracks From Oh Holy Fools - The Music Of Son, Ambulance And Bright Eyes Plus Two Bonus Tracks) 5.A1: Going For The Gold: 5.A2: Oh, You Are The Roots That Sleep Beneath My Feet And Hold The Earth In Place: 5.A3.
  4. I tend to disagree. While the core songwriting has a common thread because it's Conor, I think there's a distinct difference in instrumentation and production choices between Bright Eyes and his other work. To me it makes a big difference. Jonathan Wilson is great but his choices are distinct from Mike Mogis's and Andy LeMaster's for example.
  5. Bright Eyes was an American indie rock band founded by singer-songwriter and guitarist Conor Oberst. It consisted of Oberst, multi-instrumentalist and producer Mike Mogis, trumpet and piano player Nate Walcott, and a rotating lineup of collaborators drawn primarily from Omaha's indie music scene. Bright Eyes is signed to Saddle Creek Records, a Nebraska-based label founded by Conor Oberst's brother Justin Oberst and Bright Eyes member Mike .
  6. Mar 25,  · “Big Bright Eyes” was also covered by folk-rock group, The Bats. Hanna-Barbera Records actually released The Bats version (HBR ) first. But as it didn’t get any traction, co-writer Danny Hutton was given the nod to release his own disc in hopes of getting some sales from the song.
  7. For the follow-up, HBR had Danny remix the earlier Bats single, "Big Bright Eyes," to no avail. The label heads called the shots on which songs were used for B sides; "Monster Shindig Part 2" (an alternate, faux-live version of the original) was the dubious choice. Hutton, feeling bogged down by the cartoon connection and increasing lack of.
  8. Jan 25,  · At the Bottom of Everything Lyrics: So there was this woman and / She was, uh, on an airplane and / She's flying to meet her fiancé / Sailing high above the, the largest ocean / .
  9. BATS Vinyl Records and CDs: New Zealand Indie rock veterans the Bats formed in lead by Robert Scott, former bassist for the Clean, a band that defined the early '80s Flying Nun sound. Retaining the Clean's crisp drumming style (seemingly inherited directly from Mo Tucker) and dry lyrical wit while branching out in a more country.

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