Dukes Of Kent - Welcome To The Oast House mp3 album
|Performer:||Dukes Of Kent|
|Title:||Welcome To The Oast House|
|Date of release:||2012|
|MP3 album size:||1411 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1738 mb|
|Digital formats:||TTA VOC AA ASF AHX AU MPC|
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Limits of the Truth’ is one of my favourite cuts on the album, reminding me strongly of early Jackson Browne at the outset. It’s the start of a trio of great numbers Side One’s closer ‘Blue Turns to Red’ is just beautifully constructed and performed - a song to be heard and remembered for long after the sun sets over the distant horizon. Virgin heavy vinyl, full colour deluxe sleeve Includes unlimited streaming of WELCOME TO THE OAST HOUSE via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 2 days.
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Country diary 1918: oast houses in the Weald of Kent. 30 September 1918: There is a delicious raciness about a small self-contained establishment entirely controlled by one old wise man. Helena Swanwick. Scattered about in great numbers are the oast-houses, where as soon as the hops are gathered they are dried and packed. The solid, conical buildings remind one a little of the French dovecotes, but the queer roof-chimneys with the swinging vane tell their function. Inside the ground floor is taken up with stacks of charcoal and Welsh coal, and the great ovens glowing with almost smokeless heat. Distant view of oast house in the Kent weald. Photograph: Michael Harris/Alamy. The fresh hops lie in chambers over the various ovens, concreted and exquisitely clean. About twelve hours suffice to do the drying, which is a matter of traditional skill and experience.
The history of the oast house is almost a microcosm of agricultural activity in 'The Garden of England' in the 19th century. Oast houses played an important role in much of my early life - during my formative years I lived on a farm with an impressive six-kiln oast, I had friends who lived in converted oast houses, and the first company I worked for after leaving college had its offices in a converted oast house. The 'hoppers huts' that can still be seen at the Museum of Kent Life, and other locations in Kent, illustrate the rough conditions in which whole families lived during their only visits to the countryside. The picking was organised by bin-men and paid by the 'tally' - a token system based on the number of baskets or 'bins' picked by each person. Once picked, the hops needed to be dried on the day of harvest, and this explains the proliferation of oast houses in the main hop growing areas.
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A stylishly renovated single-roundel oast house, offering flexible accommodation in the heart of the village and with countryside views. Bridge, Canterbury, Kent, South East.
|A3||Limits Of The Truth||4:48|
|A4||When I Needed You||4:03|
|A5||Blue Turns To Red||6:11|
|B1||Every Day Brings Something New||4:46|
|B2||Lay My Burden Down||3:01|
|B4||Angels & Ghosts||5:04|
- Copyright (c) – Sugarbush Records
- Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – 101268E
- Artwork – Adam Widener
- Drums – Andy Morley (tracks: A1), Pablo Videla
- Keyboards – Iain Rae
- Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Vocals, Engineer – Chris Gussman
- Lead Vocals, Guitar, Bass – Markus Holler
- Mastered By – Andy Jackson
- Producer, Arranged By – Dukes Of Kent
- Written-By – Chris Gussman (tracks: B1), Markus Holler (tracks: A1 to A5, B2 to B4)
NotesLimited edition of 500, vinyl only album.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 101268E1/B
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 101268E2/B