From the Top is a box set by the Carpenters, released in 1991, which contains everything from the Richard Carpenter Trio recordings from 1965 to their biggest hits in the early 1970s to the last song ever recorded by the Carpenters: "Now". This compilation was revised with The Essential Collection: 1965–1997 in 2002. Caravan" (1965) (Juan Tizol, Irving Mills) – 3:38. The Parting of Our Ways" (1966) (Richard Carpenter) – 2:20. Looking for Love" (1966) (Carpenter) – 1:52.
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Redirected from The Collective (Scale the Summit album)). This is the discography of Scale the Summit, an instrumental progressive metal band from Houston, Texas. Formed in 2004, Scale the Summit have released four studio albums, one single and one demo. Scale the Summit was formed in 2004 by guitarist Chris Letchford and some classmates from the Los Angeles Musicians Institute
The Golden Bird The fifth album by Scale The Summit was mixed and mastered by Jamie King (BTBAM, The Contortionist) and features artwork by Duncan Storr (who also contributed the cover art for "The Migration"). Includes unlimited streaming of V via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Listen to music from Scale the Summit like Atlas Novus, Odyssey & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Scale the Summit. Generally speaking, progressive rock bands aren’t known for their efficiency - but SCALE THE SUMMIT, who have released four albums in 7 years, have never exactly played by the rules. First, consider their chosen genre of music, which is perpetually unfashionable by mainstream standards. Then consider that, in the true spirit of prog, they decided to take things one step further - which in their case meant forging ahead without a vocalist.
Sure, behind the distinct shiver of Colin Huebert's whisper/wail you'll hear pleasantly plucked acoustic guitars, banjos, slide guitars, and gently brushed drums. But listen closer - there's something more sinister here, in the sound, in the words. All the distress and anguish felt by the singer are clear from the very beginning, with his broken voice pleading "please don't go/Why do you float away?" over a pressing bass line and the unsettling backing vocals provided by children from the St. James Music Academy Senior Choir in the opening track 'The Deserter'.
|1||Carolina In The Pines|
|2||Picture Of You|
|3||Sweet Sally Brown|
|4||She Thinks I Still Care|
|5||I Can See Clearly Now|
|6||Close Your Eyes|
|7||Wild Bill Jones|
|9||Another Day In Paradise|
|11||Through The Walls|
|12||Wake Up And Smell The Coffee|
|13||Seven Bridges Road|
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