The Last Dinosaur - Hooray! For Happiness Herunterladen
|1||Every Second Is A Second Chance||6:15|
|2||The Song Playing At The End Of The Film Of My Life||5:56|
|3||Be That Boy||4:09|
|5||The Greatest Film Never Made||6:03|
|6||We Are A Battlefield||3:59|
|7||The Record Player||4:14|
|8||The First Last Dinosaur Song||3:49|
|9||Gusts Of Wind Blowing In Different Directions||2:20|
|11||I Found My Voice||4:11|
- Mastered By – John Golden
- Piano, Percussion, Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards – Luke Hayden
- Saxophone – Jamie Slade (tracks: 1, 3, 7, 9, 11), Kirsty Cameron (tracks: 11)
- Viola – Rachel Lanskey (tracks: 2, 6, 10, 12)
- Violin – Rachel Lanskey (tracks: 8)
- Vocals – Alex Cameron (tracks: 1), Ben Bennett (tracks: 3, 11), Jenny Hall (tracks: 3, 10, 11), Kirsty Cameron (tracks: 1), Siobhan Cameron (tracks: 3)
- Voice, Violin, Saxophone, Piano, Percussion, Keyboards, Glockenspiel, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Bass Guitar, Drums – Jamie Cameron
The Last Dinosaur is Jamie Cameron and Luke Hayden.
This album was recorded on and off between December 2007 and March 2009.
No computers were used in the recording of this music.
All songs were recorded at home (Essex) on a multi-track recorder, usually late at night and often written as we recorded.
All songs were limited to 16-tracks, so to save tracks drums were recorded with two microphones (one in the bassdrum, one overhead) and a looping pedal was used in instances where harmonising parts were needed with a lack of tracks.
A lot of parts in these songs were first take improvisations (for instance, the guitar solo in The Record Player, all the piano in Gusts Of Wind.., the piano flourishes in Home and I Found My Voice, the viola in The Song Playing.., most of the sax parts throughout the album and more).
This music is by no means perfect, so if that's what you like perhaps find something a little more polished, this is raw, unplanned, homerecorded, honest music with background noise, off-notes, hiss and mistakes and we wouldn't want it any other way.
- Barcode: 8426946904790
- Mastered At – Golden Mastering
Album 2010 12 Songs. The First Last Dinosaur Last Dinosaur take this idiom and run with it by creating one of most refreshing, creative and inventive records of the year. Mathew Parri Thomas The Last Dinosaur is Jamie Cameron and Luke Hayden. This album was recorded on and off between December 2007 and March 2009. No computers were used in the recording of this music. All songs were recorded at home Essex on a multi-track recorder, usually late at night and often written as we recorded. The First Last Dinosaur Song Lyrics. Be That Boy Lyrics. We Are a Battlefield Lyrics. Maps Lyrics. Hooray for Happiness Q&A. Producers The Last Dinosaur. Writers Ben Bennett, Jamie Cameron, Jamie Slade & 4 more. More The Last Dinosaur albums. The Nothing. The Last Dinosaur. Listen free to The Last Dinosaur Hooray for Happiness Every Second is a Second Chance, Fool and more. Hooray for Happiness, their debut album, was released in February 2010 digitListen free to The Last Dinosaur Hooray for Happiness Every Second is a Second Chance, Fool and more. 12 tracks 53:57. It was finally rereleased on 06 January 2010. Hooray for Happiness, their debut album, was released in February 2010 digit read more. Similar Artists. Hooray For Happiness. Your Rating. Overview . Stream Hooray for Happiness, a playlist by The Last Dinosaur from desktop or your mobile For Happiness is ranked 99,354th in the overall chart, 30,567th in the 2010s, and 2,754th in the year 2010. Hooray For Happiness by The Last Dinosaur Year: 2010 Release date: 2010-04-14 Overall rank: 99,354th. Average Rating: 74100 from 2 votes. Hooray for Happiness. Every Second Is A Second Chance. The last dinosaur. I Found My Voice. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Hooray for Happiness, 2010. Every Second Is a Second Chance, 06:13. Fool, 03:25. Gusts of Wind Blowing in Different Directions, 02:21. Home, 07:16. The First Last Dinosaur Song, 03:48. Be That Boy, 04:09. The Song at the End of the Film of My Life, 05:57. Now playing . Imagine the music playing in the Tyrell Corporation lobby as you wait to interview Eldon Tyrell and Rachael. A 77 min track of relentless, intense, intergalactic drone. As part of the Hooray for Happiness retrospective here's an interview I did with GoldFlakePaint around the time of the album release which is a nice insight into the making of that album and the approach at the time