Dark Was the Night is the twentieth compilation release benefiting the Red Hot Organization, an international charity dedicated to raising funds and awareness for HIV and AIDS. Featuring exclusive recordings by a number of independent artists and production by Aaron and Bryce Dessner of The National, the compilation was released on 16 February 2009 (UK) and 17 February (US) as a double CD, three vinyl LPs, and as a digital download
Listen free to Various Artists – In the Deep of the Night (Java Jive, Someday Baby and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
We Are the Night is the sixth studio album by English electronic music duo The Chemical Brothers, released on 2 July 2007 by Freestyle Dust, Virgin and Astralwerks. The record entered the UK Albums Chart at number 1 and debuted at number 65 on the Billboard 200. It was certified gold by the British Phonographic Industry. The album won a Grammy Award for Best Electronic/Dance Album at the 50th Grammy Awards.
For those unfamiliar, Crooked Mouth is the stirring folk music of Ian Campbell, whose music is equally steeped in traditional Gaelic folk forms and nuanced personal reflections on the brooding expanses of his native land way up in rugged British Columbia. On this remarkable working, the introverted and shadowy nature of Crooked Mouth is expanded and illuminated by the miasma of chthonic folk collective Night Profound. Also hailing from British Columbia, Night Profound weave a kaleidoscopic instrumental prowess and progressive songwriting through the proceedings
File: Various Artists – One Spring Night OST.
9. Dark Was The Night. 10. I Was Young When I Left Home. Much of the album seem to be B-side material, so I would go into it with that thought in mind. And let's be honest, most of this music, sans a few artists, are bands that basicaly mimic sounds and bands from the late 60's and 70's. And in the case of Sharon Jones, literally mimic 70's R&B radio fare.
Queen - A Night At The Opera (1975).
Every song on the album is gold, there’s not a shred of filler, but still there are a few moments that shine out from the splendorous musical jamboree that is this compilation. The Books, those perennial folktronica innovators, team up with Sweden’s Jose Gonzalez to give a haunting cover of Nick Drakes Cello Song, while Feist and Ben Gibbard from Death Cab For Cutie delight us with a soulful duet rendition of Train Song. However the real high point of the album for me was the inclusion of The Arcade Fire’s Lenin, a song initially intended for inclusion on their first album Funeral. Actually the track almost didn’t make it on, coming in a day before the deadline for completion, but thank god it made it and it is the cherry on top of the musical fudge laded sonic Sunday that is this compilation.