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The Very Large Hat - Jane Siberry - The Speckless Sky (CD, Album)

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  1. Siberry's talent is to communicate with the higher regions of the soul - her best songs all have a spiritual resonance. This may not be considered her best by the fans, but it deserves five stars for the above-mentioned classics. It's my favorite Siberry album, along with When I Was A Boy and The Speckless Sky/5(10).
  2. If "Mimi on the Beach" brought Jane Siberry some critical and commercial attention, "One More Colour" solidified it, with a more radio-friendly sound than before. Elsewhere on The Speckless Sky, Siberry refines the complex, arty soundscape work started on the previous album ("Vladimir Vladimir"), indulges in more surreal pop ("Map of the World (Part II)"), and tosses in an achingly beautiful.
  3. The Very Large Hat Lyrics: In the summertime / On the sidewalk here / I see a nickel. well, I / I guess I'm happening / Is there is there something special / You'd like me to buy you? / In.
  4. II") is really what The Speckless Sky is all about. Ultimately, this album - like all Jane Siberry records - is something of an acquired taste. The '80s production and arrangements (those synths on "The Very Large Hat" could only ever have been recorded in ) are charming in their way, and add to the unique sound Siberry painstakingly creates with her sterling band of musicians.
  5. rows · Listen free to Jane Siberry – The Speckless Sky (One More Colour, Seven Steps to the .
  6. Jane Siberry is quirky, no getting around it. She is an artist who does exactly what she pleases, which means she sometimes only pleases herself. She is, however, an immense talent, and it is nowhere more evident on this startlingly confident offering from "The Speckless Sky" is timeless and moving.
  7. Album The Speckless Sky. Mein Bitte Lyrics. The Speckless Sky Jane Siberry. The Very Large Hat 5. Mein Bitte 7. Map Of The World (Part II) 8. The Taxi Ride.
  8. Recently purchased used vinyl of this album in great shape. Speckless Sky very unique. Each song different and a creative use of voice, sounds, and instruments. Very enjoyable. Although created mid 80's, I would say the sound is more timeless rather than 5/5(13).

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