Hammock – Raising Your Voice… Trying To Stop An Echo (Deluxe Edition) (2016) FLAC

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Title: Raising Your Voice… Trying To Stop An Echo (Deluxe Edition)
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Hammock Music
Genre: Electronic
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 01:54:12
Total Size: 611 MB
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Tracklist:
01. I Can Almost See You (2016 Remaster) [04:15]
02. Raising Your Voice… Trying to Stop an Echo (2016 Remaster) [05:04]
03. Losing You to You (2016 Remaster) [06:24]
04. When the Sky Pours Down Like a Fountain (2016 Remaster) [05:27]
05. The House Where We Grew Up (2016 Remaster) [04:20]
06. God Send Us a Signal (2016 Remaster) [04:38]
07. Clouds Cover the Stars (2016 Remaster) [01:34]
08. Floating Away in Every Direction (2016 Remaster) [06:45]
09. Take a Drink from My Hands (2016 Remaster) [05:02]
10. Startle the Heavens (Lament) [2016 Remaster] [04:31]
11. More Dead Than Alive (Get Away from the Medicine) [2016 Remaster] [04:50]
12. Disappear Like the Morning (2016 Remaster) [01:19]
13. …Like Starlight into Day (2016 Remaster) [04:00]
14. Shipwrecked (Flat on Your Back) [2016 Remaster] [04:02]
15. Chorus of Trees (2016 Remaster) [02:16]
16. Passing Away (2016 Remaster) [05:10]
17. Will You Ever Love Yourself? (2016 Remaster) [05:46]
18. Sparkle and Fade (2016 Remaster) [03:55]
19. Skye Ba (2006 Sessions) [01:14]
20. Sora (2006 Sessions) [05:49]
21. Weightless (2006 Sessions) [04:01]
22. Alys (2006 Sessions) [04:26]
23. Shift (2006 Sessions) [05:47]
24. Harmonica (2006 Sessions) [04:04]
25. RMFS (2006 Sessions) [04:17]
26. Birds Flying in Sequence, Pt. 2 (2006 Sessions) [05:05]

A duo whose ambient soundscapes have drawn comparisons to Artists like Boards of Canada and Sigur Ros, Hammock formed in Nashville, Tennessee, in 2004. The duo was originally conceived by Marc Byrd and Andrew Thompson, who were both former members of the band Common Children. Hammock released their debut full-length, Kenotic, on their eponymous Label in 2004; The Sleepover Series, Vol. 1 followed one year later. Hammock’s profile was heightened in 2006 during the Winter Olympics when NBC played several of their songs during coverage of the figure-skating competition. Darla signed Hammock later that year, and the band’s third album, Raising Your Voice… Trying to Stop an Echo, emerged in November.
Hammock’s fourth full-length, Maybe They Will Sing for Us Tomorrow, came out in 2008. The album, which was a studio recording of music written to perform at the overseas debut art exhibition of Jonsi & Alex, found the duo striving for a more stripped-down, minimal sound. Released in 2011, the Longest Year EP reflected the trials and tribulations — including the flooding of Byrd’s home — the band experienced in 2010. In late 2011 they released Asleep in the Downlights, an EP recorded with Steve Kilbey and Tim Powles, both alt-rock veterans and members of Australian band the Church.

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