Bucolica by The House In The Woods, released 20 October 2016 1. Severton Pathway 2. Bucolica 3. Untitled Blacknisss 4. Sunlight on Rusting Hulk 5. Dark Lanterns 6. Favershell 7. Mountains of the Sea 8. Half Glimpsed 9. The Rain Washed Away. Howard Stevenson This is a neat little side project, much darker than the usual Pye Corner Audio sound but just as compelling.
referencing Bucolica, CDr, Album, EP29. Dark Lanterns" is literally one of my most fav. Ambient tracks of all time. I've seriously listened to Track on here easily 1000 times since November 2014 until now November 2018 (so the last 4 years). Dark Lanterns" NEVER gets old. In fact i finally decided today to go back and listen to all the other songs on this album; since that one song alone has captivated me for 4 years already. Reply Notify me Helpful.
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Georgica, Bucolica, the Aeneiad. Odysseas Elytis: the Monogramm. Caravaggio’s turmoil continues in the resurrection of Lazzaro realized in Messina, where the tension of the moment, the stirring, the disbelief of the attendees, bursts into the act of love with which Mary, sister kisses the resurrected, whose face, some critic stresses, could be that of Caravaggio himself. Few paintings, a short moment of artist life, so humanly tragically and artistically happy, where the spirit of Caravaggio appears in all its strength and pain as the bodies of those who represent in its paintings that suddenly shine in the darkness of the Existence of its own light.
The Woods is the seventh studio album by American alternative rock band Sleater-Kinney. It was released in 2005 on Sub Pop, their major label debut. The album was produced by Dave Fridmann and recorded from November 2004 to December 2004 at Tarbox Road Studios in Cassadaga, New York. The album received widespread critical acclaim. The Woods was produced by Dave Fridmann and recorded from November 2004 to December 2004 at Tarbox Road Studios in Cassadaga, New York.
All around the house was a crooked rail fence, to keep the bears and the deer away. In the yard in front of the house were two beautiful big oak trees. Every morning as soon as she was awake Laura ran to look out of the window, and one morning she saw in each of the big trees a dead deer hanging from a branch. Pa had shot the deer the day before and Laura had been asleep when he brought them home at night and hung them high in the trees so the wolves could not get the meat. Uncle Henry went home after dinner, and Pa went away to his work in the Big Woods. But for Laura and Mary and Ma, Butchering Time had only begun. There was a great deal for Ma to do, and Laura and Mary helped her.
Five friends go to a remote cabin in the woods.
Title: The House in the Woods (1957). Off-beat, little-known suspense-mystery yarn about a couple, played by British screen veterans Gough and Roc, who go to the boonies to rent a furnished house for solitude and privacy. The landlord is an artist, and he is very strange. Ronald Howard(the son of Leslie Howard) plays the artist who has a mystery hidden through a veil of lies.
|Sunlight On Rusting Hulk||8:46|
|Mountains Of The Sea||5:20|
|The Rain Washed Away||7:47|
|EP29||The House In The Woods||Bucolica (CDr, Album)||Exotic Pylon Records||EP29||UK||2013|
|EP29||The House In The Woods||Bucolica (9xFile, Album, MP3, 320)||Exotic Pylon Records||EP29||UK||2013|
|EP29||The House In The Woods||Bucolica (CD, Album, RP)||Exotic Pylon Records||EP29||UK||2014|