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To Talk To You - P J Harvey* - White Chalk (CD, Album)

2 Oct

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  1. White Chalk received generally positive reviews and has a score of 80 out of on Metacritic. Uncut hailed the album in glowing terms, calling it "an album of lonely beauty and piercing sorrow" before concluding, "White Chalk is P.J. Harvey back at the peak of her considerable powers." The Observer gave the album 5 stars out of 5, while Robert Christgau picked out one song from the album Genre: Chamber pop.
  2. Am C G Dm White chalk hills are all I've known Am C G Dm White chalk hills will rot my bones Am C G Dm White chalk sticking to my shoes Am C G F White chalk playing as a child with you Dm C.
  3. White Chalk is PJ Harvey’s eighth album. The eleven songs were recorded in West London and co-produced by Harvey, Flood and John Parish. The album features performances from Eric Drew Feldman and Jim White of the Dirty Three. to talk to you.
  4. Oct 05,  · P J Harvey's "White Chalk" (): Any Fans Of This Album? Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by johnny 99, Feb 26, Page 2 of 3.
  5. In , her seventh album, White Chalk, was released and in , Parish and Harvey released their second collaborative album, A Woman a Man Walked By. In , her eighth studio album, Let England Shake, was released and received the Mercury Music Prize, making Harvey the only artist in history to have won the award twice [5] and increasing.
  6. Oct 01,  · P J HARVEY “White Chalk” (Island). Polly Jean Harvey makes herself almost unrecognizable on her eighth studio album, “White Chalk.” She sings in .
  7. White chalk hills are all I've known White chalk hills will rot my bones White chalk sticking to my shoes White chalk playing as a child with you White chalk sat against time White chalk cutting down the sea line I know Mary's by the surf On a path cut years ago And I know these chalk hills will rot my bones Dorset's cliffs meet at the sea.
  8. Shorn of the 'punky' elements of the earlier albums White Chalk is an album of dark, quiet beauty - one I can play all the way through without skipping a loud feminist diatribe. The sparse accompaniment by piano, accoustic guitar and a minumum of other instruments suits PJ Harvey /5().

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