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Landfall

Landfall by Laurie Anderson buy album

Laurie Anderson

Label: Nonesuch Records
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

CNN Predicts a Monster Storm; Wind Whistles Through the Dark City; The Water Rises; Our Street Is a Black River; Galaxies; Darkness Falls; Dreams; Dreams Translated; The Dark Side; Built You a Mountain; The Electricity Goes out and We Move to a Hotel; We Learn to Speak yet Another Language; Dawn of the World; The Wind Lifted the Boats and Left Them on the Highway; It Twisted the Street Signs; Then It Receded; The Nineteen Stars of Heaven; Nothing Left but Their Names; All the Extinct Animals; Galaxies II; Never What You Think It Will Be; Thunder Continues in the Aftermath; We Blame Each Other for Losing the Way; Another Long Evening; Riding Bicycles Through the Muddy Streets; Helicopters Hang Over Downtown; We Head Out; Everything Is Floating; Gongs and Bells Sing; Old Motors and Helicopters

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Laurie Anderson: voice, keyboards, treatments; Kronos Quartet: David Harrington: violin; John Sherba: violin; Hank Dutt: viola; Sunny Yang: cello.


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