Joel Bird | Where the Crows Sleep

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Where the Crows Sleep

by Joel Bird

A modern folk album inspired by graveyards, sea shanties & spaghetti western ride outs. Bittersweet stories of love & death to a soundtrack of both traditional instruments & subtle electronics, somewhere between Appalachian folk-rock & a Morricone musical
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Oak Tree Storm
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2. High On a Hill
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3. Born in a Port
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4. All Aboard
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5. Shadows
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6. Where the Crows Sleep
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7. If It's Cold Outside
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8. Cherokee
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9. Innocent Spirits
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10. Go to Sleep
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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I am influenced mostly by folk songwritters and soundtrack composers. I am from Liverpool but I now live in London, England. I have in the past toured the UK and USA with my own bands Jubjub and Eto and also with artists such as Elvis Costello and Catatonia, I have also played guitar and toured with Space. I have written soundtracks for films such as Shifty and worked on TV films with writer and screenplay Alan Bleasdale. When I moved from Liverpool to London, I left music to work as an artist and a carpenter, but I missed music alot. So I return with an album under the name Joel Bird called 'Where the Crows Sleep'. I recorded the album through a changing Autumn in a converted shed that overlooks allotments, I have tried to tell my stories about love and death and hopefully some of the atmosphere of the place has been preserved in the music. I walk home through a graveyard most days and I often whisper secret goodbyes. I am not sure about spirits, but it is nice to think of them living in crows. When people die only love remains, people try to forget the rest, the album is a little about this also.

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