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Amy Cook - The Sky Observer's Guide Download

  • Performer: Amy Cook
  • Genre: Rock / Pop
  • Title: The Sky Observer's Guide
  • Released: 2007
  • Style: Folk Rock
  • Label: Roothouse Records
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 1742 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2994 mb
  • Rating: 4.0
  • Votes: 404


1The Reveler's Goodbye
Written-By – Amy Cook
2When The Day Is Done
Written-By – Amy Cook, Brad Price, Liz Lambert.
Written-By – Amy Cook
4Loma Prieta
Written-By – Amy Cook
Written-By – Amy Cook
6Bright Colored Afternoons
Written-By – Amy Cook
7The Answer
Written-By – Amy Cook, Jim Lacey-Baker
8Coming Home (The Eclipse)
Written-By – Amy Cook
9Were Do We Go
Written-By – Amy Cook
10Feathers To A Crown
Written-By – Amy Cook


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneAmy Cook The Sky Observer's Guide ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Roothouse RecordsnoneUS2007
no. 1Amy Cook The Sky Observer's Guide ‎(CD, Album, Num)Roothouse Recordsno. 1US2006
noneAmy Cook The Sky Observer's Guide ‎(LP, Album)Roothouse RecordsnoneUS2007


  • Acoustic Guitar, VocalsAmy Cook
  • Arranged By [Strings]Stephen Barber (tracks: 10)
  • Backing VocalsJoshua Bingaman (tracks: 7)
  • BassBobby Daniel
  • CelloSara Nelson
  • DrumsNina Singh
  • GuitarBrad Rice
  • ProducerJamie Myerson
  • ViolinLeigh Mahoney, Tracy Seeger


Credits gathered for retail release, as promo does not list performers.


  • Matrix / Runout: MRA1786
  • Mastering SID Code: 08110USA


  • Recorded At – 5AM Studios



The Sky Observer's Guide - Amy Cook. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Album 2007 10 Songs. The Sky Observer's Guide. Amy Cook. Pop 2007. Coming Home The Eclipse. The Answer. Amy Cook is unquestionably talented, and The Sky Observer's Guide is a solid record that hints more than once at future greatness, but just a little bit more of that kind of sonic inventiveness would elevate this album even Cook first made her mark in Los Angeles, where she epitomized the rise of the indie artist, self-releasing records and finding success licensing her songs to television and film. Cook moved to the small West Texas town of Marfa in 2004. She recorded a collection of lo-fi folk songs that would become The Bunkhouse Recordings, complete with crickets and coyotes. Soon after, she moved to Austin where she recorded The Sky Observer's Guide a collaboration with Los Angeles artist, Amy Adler and caught the attention of Alejandro Escovedo, who tapped her. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. The Sky Observer's Guide, 2007. Coming Home The Eclipse, 04:00. Bright Colored Afternoons, 03:58. When the Day Is Done, 04:38. Now playing . Sky Observer's Guide. Amy Cook Format: Audio CD. Please retry. Written over the course of a month, Amy Cook's second album, The Sky Observer's Guide, is a strong albeit average album. Whereas Amy's first album was just her and her guitar, this album showcases her band: Nina Singh on drums, Brad Rice on guitar and Bobby Daniel on bass. Cook's songs have been featured on many television dramas, including Dawson's Creek, Veronica Mars, Laguna Beach and The L Word. Listen full album. View all Amy Cook albums. The Sky Observers Guide. 10 tracks. Released in 2007. Amy Cook: The Sky Observers Guide. Aarik Danielsen. 02 Aug 2007. The Sky Observer's Guide, the sophomore project from folk songstress Amy Cook, embodies the old adage about everything being bigger in Texas. Throughout the album, Cook seeks to cast a feeling of delicate beauty, most notably realized on the unpretentious folk ballad Sunshine and the breezy pop of Bright Colored Afternoons. At times, especially during the record's second half, selected tracks cannot keep up with the grand design mapped out in its initial stages. Features Song Lyrics for Amy Cook's The Sky Observer's Guide album