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Performer: Beth Orton
Title: Daybreaker
Country: UK
Released: 2002
Style: Folk
Category: Folk, Country
Rating: 4.7 ✦
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The discography of Beth Orton, an English folktronica singer-songwriter, consists of six studio albums, two compilation albums, three extended plays, twenty singles (including two promotional releases) and thirteen music videos. Orton debuted in 1993 as the singer of the duo Spill, a collaboration with William Orbit. The two released one single, a cover of John Martyn's song "Don't Wanna Know 'Bout Evil".

Daybreaker (Beth Orton album). Daybreaker is the third album by singer-songwriter Beth Orton released in 2002 on Heavenly Records and the Astralwerks Records label. Q Magazine was not excited about the album: "Tortoise-pace strumming and a crippling shortage of choruses produce only torpor". The album earned Orton a nomination at the BRIT Awards for Best British Female Singer as well as Best Album at the Q Awards.

All songs written by Beth Orton, except: Tracks 1 & 9 which were written by Beth and Ted Barnes Track 2 which was written by Beth and Johnny Marr Track 8 which was written for Beth by Ryan Adams Track 10 which was written by Beth, Ted, Sebastian Steinberg, and Sean Read. Daybreaker ‎(CD, Album, Promo).

Largely shorn of the energy and ebullience of the preceding Central Reservation, Beth Orton's third LP cuts a far more somber figure - Daybreaker sacrifices immediacy for uniformity of mood and emotional tenor, and although it's perhaps her most consistent and mature work to date, it's also her least engaging, never matching the dizzying heights of her previous efforts.

Band Name Beth Orton. Album Name Daybreaker. Released date 16 July 2002. Music StyleFolk Rock. Members owning this album3. 2. Concrete Sky. 3. Mount Washington.

With her third album Beth Orton moves from her folkier roots to a more mainstream sound. As the drumbeat kicks in echoes of Dido come to the fore: is Orton heading for the same commercial market? If you really enjoyed her last two albums however don't be put off by the poppier start as she does return to more familiarform later on. In fact this album also sees Orton heading off into a few other directions. Title track "Daybreaker" however is nowhere near a Nashville number. I've got a strong feeling that this is the track that the Chemical Brothers got their hands dirty with. Orton appeared on their last album and here they return the favour with one of the album'sstrongest tracks. It's going to be her next single so expect to hear the remixes in the clubsverysoon.

Album · 2002 · 10 Songs. Daybreaker finds Orton at a crossroads, marrying her debut's folktronica to the Americana of Central Reservation. There's also a newfound cinematic streak-the stately orchestrations of Paris Train -and her diverse array of collaborators speaks to Orton's amplified stature. The Smiths' Johnny Marr co-wrote the languid Concrete Sky, while her earliest collaborators, the Chemical Brothers, underwrite the title-track's paranoid ambience. Emmylou Harris pops up on Nashville waltz God Song, while Ryan Adams is a frequent presence: He lends backing vocals, and wrote the.

02 Record label: Astralwerks Genre(s): Rock. 80 Music-Critic Score How the Music Critic Score works. What Goes On In a Heart by: bill aicher. One of the most notable changes with Daybreaker for previous fans of Orton is the expansion of her already-full sound. However, by bringing her sound to a more prevalant level we also find Orton herself sinking further into the background. She's always been the elusive one, but throughout Daybreaker we find her less and less - something which isn't necessarily a bad thing. 2002 studio album by Beth Orton.


1 Paris Train 5:46
2 Concrete Sky 4:34
3 Mount Washington 6:28
4 Anywhere 4:35
5 Daybreaker 3:55
6 Carmella 3:37
7 God Song 5:16
8 This Ones Gonna Bruise 4:44
9 Teds Waltz 5:42
10 Thinking About Tomorrow 6:41


For promotional use only

Track 8 is given as 'O.K.' on the sleeve.
Track 10 is given as 'Thinking About Tomorrow (William Orbit Mix)' on the sleeve.
There is a discrepancy of a few seconds on most of the durations printed on the sleeve.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HVNLP 37 Beth Orton Daybreaker ‎(LP, Album) Heavenly HVNLP 37 UK 2002
CDEMCJ (WFL) 6025 Beth Orton Daybreaker ‎(CD, Album) Heavenly CDEMCJ (WFL) 6025 South Africa 2002
HVNLP37CD, 5399182, 7243 5 39918 2 1 Beth Orton Daybreaker ‎(CD, Album) Heavenly, Heavenly, Heavenly HVNLP37CD, 5399182, 7243 5 39918 2 1 Hong Kong 2002
HVNLP37CDP, HVNLP 37CDP Beth Orton Daybreaker ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Heavenly, Heavenly HVNLP37CDP, HVNLP 37CDP UK & Europe 2002
ASC 39918 Beth Orton Daybreaker ‎(CD, Album) Astralwerks ASC 39918 US 2002