Death Of A Train - Daniel Lanois - For The Beauty Of Wynona (Cassette, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of For The Beauty Of Wynona on Discogs.4/5(1).
  2. Listen free to Daniel Lanois – For the Beauty of Wynona (The Messenger, Brother L.A. and more). 13 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the .
  3. While Daniel Lanois spent most of the '80s and the first years of the '90s honing his craft as a producer, he cautiously emerged as a songwriter and recording artist with Acadie. (Red Floor Records, ) A mere four years after this beautiful debut he returned with another intriguing and haunting collection of songs titled For the Beauty of Wynona.
  4. For the Beauty of Wynona. buy album. Daniel Lanois. Label: Music On Vinyl Released: Views: 1, Track Listing. The Messenger; Brother L.A.; Still Learning How To Crawl;Beatrice; Waiting; The Collection Of Marie Claire; Death Of A Train; The Unbreakable Chain; Lotta Love To Give; Indian Red; Sleeping In The Devil's Bed; For the Beauty of Wynona; Rocky World.
  5. Like a filmmaker using light, Daniel Lanois maneuvers sound to serve atmosphere; his songs are aural movies, etched with razor-sharp guitars, muted trumpets, church bells, cracking snares. Mood music of a rich, sad intensity, For the Beauty of Wynona follows his debut, Acadie, in establishing Lanois as a true auteur – even while he.
  6. Dec 22,  · From the album "For The Beauty Of Wynona" (Warner, ) Daniel Lanois: guitar Daryl Johnson: bass, percussion, vocals, drums Malcom Burn: .
  7. Although Beauty Of Wynona is an excellent album judged on its own merits, inevitably it will be compared with the singular masterpiece Acadie. Lacking that one's wealth of enthralling songs, it nevertheless impresses with its own gems like Still Learning How To Crawl, Sleeping In The Devil's Bed and The Unbreakable Chain/5(34).
  8. Death Of A Train. This song is by Daniel Lanois and appears on the album For The Beauty Of Wynona (). Union Station, tombstone high. No more tears, this fountain dry. Nameless faces.

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