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Happy For You - Polar Bear (3) - Peepers (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Polar Bear – Same As You (The Leaf Label) UK release date: 30 March by Daniel Paton urgent approach of the Peepers album) and the insistent, groovy Don’t Let The Feeling Go, which builds on a repetitive and thoroughly infectious vocal hook (delivered by Hannah Darling and Rochford himself). The latter is the closest Rochford has.
  2. Album: Polar Bear, Peepers (Leaf) Nick Coleman; Sunday 28 February {{^moreThanTen}} {{total}} comments {{/moreThanTen}} Two tenor saxophones, bass, drums, electronics/ guitar. The.
  3. The tracklisting on the Polar Bear LP notes the spelling of track 3 as 'Drunken Pharaoh', while the CD notes it as 'Pharoah'. The latter is the correct spelling. The tracklisting on the Wildbirds & Peacedrums CD mistakenly shows the vinyl track sequence. The CD tracklisting has been corrected above.
  4. Polar Bear LP by Chord Marauders, released 11 April 1. Sub Basics - Sleepless Nights 2. B9 & Circula - Stage 3. FLO - Female 4. Geode - Peppermint 5. Jafu - Eyes Down 6. Digital Mozart - Orbital Shift (Feat. More Night) 7. Gerwin - Reach Out 8. Kercha - Ninja 9. Somah & Surreal - Far Out Ago - White Magic (Feat. QQ) K-LONE - Limba
  5. Track List Happy for You Bap Bap Bap Drunken Pharoah The Love Didn't Go Anywhere A New Morning Will Come Peepers 7. Bump 8. Scream Hope Every Day Is a Happy New Year Want to Believe Everything Finding Our Feet All Here Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original .
  6. Peepers by Polar Bear, released 01 March 1. Happy For You 2. Bap Bap Bap 3. Drunken Pharoah 4. The Love Didn't Go Anywhere 5. A New Morning Will Come 6. Peepers 7. Bump 8. Scream 9. Hope Every Day Is A Happy New Year Want To Believe Everything Finding Our Feet All Here More than its predecessors, Peepers sounds very close to a live Polar Bear.
  7. Mar 01,  · Polar Bear – Peepers (The Leaf Label) UK release date: 1 March by Ben Hogwood published: 1 Mar in Album Reviews. The breezy Happy For You gets the album off to a bright start with its repeated riff, while the thoughtful The Love Didn’t Go Anywhere begins with an affecting, plaintive solo on Wareham s tenor, the two saxophones.
  8. Polar Bear, led by Scottish percussionist and composer Seb Rochford, has been a major creative force since its formation in The band has extended its popularity beyond the narrow borders of the jazz scene, has been a strong influence on the new wave of young British jazz musicians, and has journalists reaching enthusiastically for categories into which it can be neatly slotted.

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