Complete your Graham Fagen, Adrian Sherwood collection. Adrian Sherwood and Ghetto Priest in a sublime manner. Truly beautiful! Reply Helpful.
AA1. The Slave's Lament (Song Version). Produced by Matt's Gallery and Hospitalfield on the occasion of the exhibition Graham Fagen, Scotland + Venice 2015 With thanks to Scottish Ensemble and On U Sound. 300 copies were pressed. An "unknown number" are signed, but known copies are marked as number/150. The "OAO" in the matrix number is derived from "Owned And Operated", the designers. Matrix, Runout (code stamped on A side): OAO002-A.
Album The Slave's Lament. Format MP3 FLAC XM WAV AC3 WMA MP4 AIFF AUD. Genre Reggae. 1795 downloads at 37 mb/s. AA1.
The Slave's Lament" is a song first published in 1792 in Volume Four of the Scots Musical Museum. The lyrics were written by Robert Burns. The full text can be found on the Bartleby. com site part of Robert Burns (1759–1796). The Harvard Classics.
The Slave’s Lament’ was Robert Burns’ only work to empathise with the appalling hurt of the displaced, the trafficked and the enslaved. Replete with a moving score written by Sally Beamish, performed by the Scottish Ensemble and Reggae singer Ghetto Priest, and produced by legendary On-U-Sound founder Adrian Sherwood, Graham Fagen creates a fascinating soundclash, where Burns' poetry finds a haunting.
Producer – Adrian Sherwood, Skip McDonald. Recorded By – Hywel Jones. Strings – Scottish Ensemble.
The Slave's Lament" is a song first published in 1792 in Volume Four of the Scots Musical Museum The full text can be found on the Bartleby. Poems and Songs Notes. "The Slave's Lament". Retrieved 19 January 2014. Robert Burns Country. Retrieved 30 July 2017.
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Douglas Gordon’s Black Burns is the centrepiece new commission here, but perhaps more context might be enabled by looking first at The Slave’s Lament by the Scots video artist Graham Fagen, which was shown in a different guise as Scotland’s entry to the 2015 Venice Biennale. Join Independent Minds.
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