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Heidi Berry

Также известно как: Berry, H. Berry
Группа в интернете: http://www.heidiberry.com/

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# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 Love 11 audio iTunes 1991-08-27 4AD
2 The Moon And The Sun 4 audio iTunes 1993-07-19 4AD
3 Heidi Berry 11 audio iTunes 1993-07-05 4AD
4 Below The Waves 10 audio iTunes 1989-01-00 Creation Records
5 Firefly 6 audio iTunes 1987 Creation Records
6 Below The Waves 16 audio iTunes 1992-04-00 Creation Records
7 Miracle 9 audio iTunes 1996-07-29 4AD
8 Pomegranate: An Anthology 15 audio iTunes 2001-03-19 4AD
9 Heidi Berry 11 audio iTunes 1993 Warner Bros. Records
10 Miracle 9 audio iTunes 1996
11 Love 11 audio iTunes 1991-08-27 4AD
12 The Moon And The Sun 4 audio iTunes 1993-07-19 4AD
13 Distant Thunder 4 audio iTunes 1992
14 Miracle 9 audio iTunes 1996 4AD
15 Miracle 3 audio iTunes 1996 Warner Bros. Records
16 Love 11 audio iTunes 1991 Play It Again Sam [PIAS]
17 Love 11 audio iTunes 1991-08-27 4AD
18 Heidi Berry 11 audio iTunes 1993-07-05 4AD
19 Below The Waves 10 audio iTunes 1989-03-03 Creation Records
20 Below The Waves, And Firefly 16 audio iTunes 1989 Rockville
21 Love 11 audio iTunes 1991 4AD
22 Heidi Berry 11 audio iTunes 1993
23 Heidi Berry 11 audio iTunes 1993 4AD
24 Miracle 9 audio iTunes 1996
25 Soil X Samples 13 2 audio iTunes 1993
26 Pomegranate: An Anthology 15 audio iTunes 2001
27 The Moon And The Sun 3 audio iTunes 1993-07-19 4AD
28 Love 11 audio iTunes 1991 Virgin France S.A.
29 Miracle 9 audio iTunes 1996-07-29
30 Love 11 audio iTunes 1991 Rough Trade
31 Firefly 6 audio iTunes 1987 Creation Records
32 Below The Waves 16 audio iTunes 1989 Creation Records

[b]Heidi Berry[/b] cut a stark contrast to the prevailing musical mentality of the early '90s — despite releasing records on both [l=Creation Records] and [l=4AD], together the leading lights of the shoegazing and dream pop movements, her haunting, luminous folk-inspired sound instead harked back to the work of Sandy Denny and [a=Nick Drake], complete with an earnestness and raw honesty far removed from her irony drenched times. [b]Heidi Berry[/b] was born in 1958 and raised in Boston, MA, the child of an American actor father and a French-Canadian jazz-singing mother. In 1973, her mother remarried and the family relocated to London, where [b]Heidi Berry[/b] began writing songs in the mold of heroines like [a=Marianne Faithfull] and [a=Chrissie Hynde]; in 1985, while studying painting and printmaking at Middlesex Polytechnic, she recorded a private demo tape that then-boyfriend [a=Peter Astor] (later of the Loft, Weather Prophets, and [a=Wisdom Of Harry] fame) suggested she shop around. [b]Heidi Berry[/b] declined the offer, but a copy of the tape still made its way to Creation honcho Alan McGee, who tracked her down and offered a record deal. She accepted, and issued her six-song debut Fireflyin 1987; owing far more to Linda Thompson than Creation labelmates like [b]Jesus & Mary Chain, The[/b], it was followed two years later by Below the Waves, a stark, poignant effort highlighted by the fan favorite "North Shore Train." [b]Heidi Berry[/b]'s relationship with Creation grew strained, however, and while opening for Felt and [a=Lush], she was spotted by 4AD founder Ivo Watts-Russell, who asked her to record a cover of Emmylou Harris' "'Til I Gain Control Again" for 1991's Blood, the third LP by his rotating musical collective [a=This Mortal Coil]. [b]Heidi Berry[/b] signed to 4AD to release her next solo effort, 1991's Love, recorded with producer [a=Pete Walsh] and an ace backing group including Levitation guitarist [a=Terry Bickers] and bassist [a=Laurence O'Keefe], in addition to avant-garde saxophonist Lol Coxhill. Her self-titled masterpiece followed in 1993, notching a minor hit with the lovely "The Sun and the Moon" and yielding an American tour alongside fellow [l=4AD] act [a=Red House Painters]. However, despite continued critical acclaim, 1995's Miracle failed to make waves behind [b]Heidi Berry[/b]'s cult audience and she was released from her contract. With the exception of the 1999 single "Needle's Eye" — recorded with former [a=Kitchens Of Distinction] frontman [a=Patrick Fitzgerald] under the name Lost Girls — she remained silent in the years to follow. The compilation Pomegranate appeared on [l=4AD] in 2000.


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