Hi all,

Picked up on this from the Twitter feed -:


Can anyone shed any light on the second CD? "Bird songs"? The whole package sounds like a great one anyway so I'm going to pre-order but just intrigued by this bonus disc.

Cheers,

Matt

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I wondered about the bonus disc too. Is it songs recorded by Edwyn, or just random bird related songs?
At the risk of answering my question, I found this on the Heavenly page for those that are interested..

'The album is now avail­able to pre order from Rough Trade & comes with an exclus­ive Cd com­piled by Edwyn which fol­low­ing on from his self penned album art­work is bird themed!'

So not an Edwyn cd unfortunately, but still a nice package with the signed print.
Thanks for that, Matt. Definitely worth getting from Rough Trade. I am intrigued about the bird themed songs. "Blackbird"?, "I'm Like A Bird"? "Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep"??

Matt
Perhaps birds is used in the vernacular sense of the word and it could be songs such as Louise, Louise, Felicity, etc........n'ah
Nah, I think it is a one of those fine Birdsongs compilations from the Caught by the River site/community. http://t.ymlp66.com/ubsuapamjbaoabbqyalaemqb/click.php

I read that Edwyn was up for a forthcoming one. Ally from Dusty7s made a fabulous comp. this summer. I hope for another one!
None of these!
It's a playlist of songs featuring bird names that Edwyn did for the Caught By The River website, which jeff barrett of Heavenly Records, curates.
There you go, only available from the Rough Trade shop.
Are any of these included:

Bird Table Song?
50 Shades Of Blue (Tit)?
Starling They Want It All?
Nesting Time?
Thrushing It To The Back Of My Mind?
The Campaign For Real Rook?
The Magic (Sand) Piper?

Sorry - I have too much time on my hands.
Crow Expectations?
The Magic magpie-per?

I'll get my coat...
Crow Expectations????

Come on Matt - that makes my attempts look like they were a collaberative effort by Oscar Wilde and Stephen Fry.

I trust you collected your coat.
Now You've Grown a Beard(ed Tit)... A Place In My Partridge... In A Nuthatch... Seventies Nightingale... You Can't Hide Your Dove Forever... The Feather's on Fire... A Gull Like You...
Does anyone know if there'll be a vinyl release of the album?

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