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Running Through Chelsea
Peter Daltrey & The Know Escape
Think Like A Key Music
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Release Date
31 de març 2023

Running Through Chelsea is a groundbreaking collaboration between Peter Daltrey (of cult 60’s UK psych band Kaleidoscope) and former DC Fontana man Mark Mortimer that offers an exciting sonic adventure, combining mellotrons, baroque strings, sitars and Hammond organ with 12-string guitars, woodwinds, brass and rare folk instruments from across the globe. Embrace this lush widescreen collage of sonic and word alchemy - a kaleidoscopic delight for your ears during these troubled times. It is the perfect blend of old school talent and contemporary sensibilities.

Spill Magazine

"This is not a retro or throwback album. This is an album that may be ahead of its time."

Llista de pistes digitals

  1. 1 Turn On Your Radio 4:29 Comprar

    Turn On Your Radio

  2. 2 Casablanca 3:31 Comprar


  3. 3 Those Days 4:04 Comprar

    Those Days

  4. 4 The Circle 4:03 Comprar

    The Circle

  5. 5 Time And Tide 5:10 Comprar

    Time And Tide

  6. 6 Running Through Chelsea 3:31 Comprar

    Running Through Chelsea

  7. 7 Houses & Rooms 3:39 Comprar

    Houses & Rooms

  8. 8 Come Down From The Mountain 4:55 Comprar

    Come Down From The Mountain

  9. 9 Elisa Lam 6:06 Comprar

    Elisa Lam

  10. 10 Hotel Juliet 4:32 Comprar

    Hotel Juliet

  11. 11 No Girls On Mars 8:24 Comprar

    No Girls On Mars

  12. 12 Bukowski's Tambourine 4:12 Comprar

    Bukowski's Tambourine

  13. 13 Wisteria Mews 0:45 Comprar

    Wisteria Mews

Vinyl Track List

A1 Turn On Your Radio A2 Casablanca A3 Those Days A4 The Circle A5 Time and Tide

B1 Running Through Chelsea B2 Come Down From The Mountain B3 Elisa Lam B4 Bukowski’s Tambourine B5 Wisteria Mews

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