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Mike Sheridan  - Ved Første Øjekast FLAC album

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Tankesløjfe 7:52
2 Et Nyt Sted 2:51
3 Udsigt (Sunget Af Rasmus Walter)
Vocals – Rasmus Walter
4:19
4 Ved Første Øjekast 4:51
5 Håblyst (Sunget Af Freja Loeb)
Vocals – Freja Loeb
5:13
6 Fastklemt 9:20
7 Brokvarteret 5:34
8 September Luft (Sunget Af Mogens Dahl Kammerkor)
Arranged By – Jakob Skjoldborg, Mike Sheridan Conductor – Jakob Skjoldborg, Jakob Soelberg, Johanne Thisted Højlund, Mogens Dahl, Regina Unnur ÓlafsdóttirVocals – Mogens Dahl Kammerkor
8:29

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Mike Sheridan
  • Licensed To – Playground Music Scandinavia AB
  • Manufactured By – Optimal Media GmbH – AC71473

Credits

  • Cello, Violin, Viola – Bjarke Falgren
  • Double Bass – Eske Nørrelykke
  • Drums – Morten Ærø
  • Layout, Graphics – Katharina Berggreen
  • Mastered By – Anders Schumann
  • Photography By – Simon Ladefoged
  • Trumpet – Peter Marott
  • Vibraphone, Percussion – Bent Clausen
  • Written-By, Recorded By, Composed By, Producer, Performer [Cristal Baschet], Organ, Synthesizer [Buchla], Composed By, Edited By, Recorded By [Field Recordings], Lyrics By, Mixed By – Mike Sheridan

Notes

"Oplevet, tænkt, skrevet, optaget, komponeret og realiseret af Mike Sheridan i perioden februar 09 - december 11".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7332181040494
  • Matrix / Runout: manufactured by optimal media GmbH AC71473-01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L573
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9709
  • Rights Society: n©b

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PGMDK 112 LP Mike Sheridan Ved Første Øjekast ‎(LP, Album) Playground Music Scandinavia PGMDK 112 LP Denmark 2012


Mike Sheridan  - Ved Første Øjekast FLAC album

Musician performer: Mike Sheridan

Title: Ved Første Øjekast

Country: Denmark

Date of release: 2012

Style: Downtempo, Tech House, Ambient

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1826 mb

Rating: 4.7 / 5

Votes: 368

Other Formats: APE AC3 VQF AIFF DTS AHX MP4

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3.5 / 5 starsMike Sheridan is criminally underrated and serially under-reviewed. Trying to find a review of this when it was released was like trying to find a banker who isn't going to hell in an apple-cart. This album, and his previous work 'I Syv Sind' constitute scores for films that only exist in Sheridan's mind. His music is as orchestral as BT, as bathed in sci-fi as Carbon Based Lifeforms, as atmospherically adept as Biosphere, and as diverse and capable of surprising you as Apparat (see his latest work 'Krieg und Frieden' in case you didn't relate to that reference). What's not to like then? I don't have an answer - that's not rhetorical. Not a substantial answer anyway. I have a slight gripe, about the start of the track 'Håblyst' which has a slight whiff of the Eurovision Song Contest about it. If I could have the world precisely the way I want it all the time (and my last name was Windsor or I was a member of the Saudi Royal Family) I would have preferred it to be instrumental, but given that I didn't contribute to the effort of putting the album together my opinion is slightly inconsequential. Besides, it picks up after that and the tone heads back towards Trentemoller / Peter Gabriel and thankfully away from the 80's synth-pop of Toyah. From there on he runs a gamut of styles over the Electronic canvas, encompassing folk instruments, dreamy synths and some World Music spattered through. Never less than engaging, it's well worth a listen or two, I guarantee you.
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3.5 / 5 starsMike Sheridan is criminally underrated and serially under-reviewed. Trying to find a review of this when it was released was like trying to find a banker who isn't going to hell in an apple-cart. This album, and his previous work 'I Syv Sind' constitute scores for films that only exist in Sheridan's mind. His music is as orchestral as BT, as bathed in sci-fi as Carbon Based Lifeforms, as atmospherically adept as Biosphere, and as diverse and capable of surprising you as Apparat (see his latest work 'Krieg und Frieden' in case you didn't relate to that reference). What's not to like then? I don't have an answer - that's not rhetorical. Not a substantial answer anyway. I have a slight gripe, about the start of the track 'Håblyst' which has a slight whiff of the Eurovision Song Contest about it. If I could have the world precisely the way I want it all the time (and my last name was Windsor or I was a member of the Saudi Royal Family) I would have preferred it to be instrumental, but given that I didn't contribute to the effort of putting the album together my opinion is slightly inconsequential. Besides, it picks up after that and the tone heads back towards Trentemoller / Peter Gabriel and thankfully away from the 80's synth-pop of Toyah. From there on he runs a gamut of styles over the Electronic canvas, encompassing folk instruments, dreamy synths and some World Music spattered through. Never less than engaging, it's well worth a listen or two, I guarantee you.