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Joan Of Arc - How Can Any Thing So Little Be Any More? Album

Joan Of Arc - How Can Any Thing So Little Be Any More? Album
Performer:
Joan Of Arc
Album:
How Can Any Thing So Little Be Any More?
Style:
Post Rock, Indie Rock
Released:
15 May 2001
Country:
US
Label:
Jade Tree
Catalog:
JT1057, 7-92258-1057-2-8
FLAC size:
1645 mb
MP3 size:
2303 mb
WMA size:
1425 mb


Tracklist


1Ne Mosquitoes Pass
2Most At Home In Motels
3My Fight Is Necessary
4What If We Are Not After All, All Destined For Greatness?
5My Cause Is Noble And Just
6Leaving Needn't Take Long
7We Neither Hide Nor Seek
8I'll Show You, I'll Show You All


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
QUAT 036Joan of Arc How Can Any Thing So Little Be Any More? ‎(CD, EP)Quattro DiscQUAT 036Japan2001
JT1057Joan Of Arc How Can Any Thing So Little Be Any More? ‎(CD, EP, Promo)Jade TreeJT1057US2001


Credits


  • Design [Graphic Design]Paul Koob
  • Edited ByCasey, Tim
  • Mastered ByAlan Douches
  • Mixed ByBobby Lanois, Jackie Eno
  • Performer [Uncredited]Tim Kinsella
  • Photography ByRachel Humphrey
  • ProducerJean Brown, Le Barn Lillywhite
  • Recorded ByCasey Rice, Elliot Dicks, Jeremy Lemos


Notes


Recorded 10/99 - 05/00. Edited and mixed 01/01 - 02/01.

All songs published by Jean-Pierre Leaud ca. 1965 music (SESAC).


Barcodes


  • Rights Society: SESAC
  • Matrix / Runout: 40602AM JT-1057 012603-16


Companies


  • Distributed By – Mordam Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Jade Tree
  • Copyright (c) – Jade Tree
  • Published By – Jean-Pierre Leaud Circa 1965 Music
  • Mastered At – West West Side Music


Album


Until we learn that this is a wastebin of The Gap leftovers. Technically more diverse than anything else Joan of Arc has released, How Can Any Thing So Little Be Any More at times molests ears more brutally than ever before. One song, Most at Home in Motels, succeeds as a brief, improved summation of the direction on The Gap. Erratic acoustic guitars pick and slide over digital scribbles and potato-chip drumming. How Can Any Thing So Little Be Any More Joan of Arc. Released 2001. How Can Any Thing So Little Be Any More Tracklist. Show all albums by Joan of Arc. Joan of Arc. How Can Any Thing So Little Be Any More About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 5 USD or more. Imbued with the same captivating and clever approach to song craft that has defined JOAN OF ARCS previous recordings, How Can Any Thing So Little Be Any More JT1057 also has a personality and refinement that embraces the lesser heard human side of the band while still remaining quietly just left of a definable boundary. released May 15, 2001. Joan of Arc's fifth record in as many years nearly accomplishes the impossible and overshadows the awful pomposity of their last release with even more pretension. The eight tracks included were left over from the extensive sessions that produced last year's expansive but wandering The Gap, and are, for the most part, difficult to stomach. How Can Any Thing So Little Be Any More EP is an EP by Joan of Arc, released in 2001 on Jade Tree Records. It contains tracks recorded during sessions for The Gap. The Japanese import version of the CD contains two bonus tracks, which are two tracks found on Tim Kinsella's solo EP Demands Feminist Critique. Leaving Needn't Take Long. Ne Mosquitos Pass. We Neither Hide Nor Seek. Most at Home in Motels. My Cause Is Noble and Just. My Fight Is Necessary. Joan of Arc are a band from Chicago, Illinois. They began in 1995, following the break up of a former band, caP'n Jazz. Joan of Arc are known for their use of electronics, samples, and multi-track recordings in their songs - some songs on The Gap contained over 100 tracks - although recently they have been writing in more traditional terms. Their lyrics and cover art are considered highly conceptual and confusing. For example, the album Live in Chicago, 1999 is not a live album - it is a reference to the fact that that the band lived in Chicago in the year 1999 while the artwor read more. Joan Of Arc Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review. My Cause Is Noble and Just Lyrics. In the Know. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop Wipe Out June 22, 1963. RIFFd: Nas Nasir. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop Mr. Tambourine Man June 21, 1965. Album by Joan of Arc. Ne Mosquitoes Pass. Most At Home In Motels. My Cause Is Noble And Just. What If We Are Not After All, All Destined For Greatness I'll Show You, I'll Show You All. joan of arc - what is we are not after all, all destined for greatness 3:05. joan of arc - my cause is noble and just 3:53. joan of arc - ne mosquitoes pass 3:27. joan of arc - most at home in motels 4:58. リスト リストに追加する. album covers によって alohasuitup. mikewright , , animusdialect , gilgar , , Underdawg Records , epet , wereallsafe. Device linking: processing data to link multiple devices that belong to the same user in support of one or more purposes. Information that may be used. Type of browser and its settings Information about the device's operating system


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