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Ragnar Kjartansson / The National - A Lot Of Sorrow Download

  • Performer: Ragnar Kjartansson / The National
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: A Lot Of Sorrow
  • Released: 30 Jun 2015
  • Style: Indie Rock
  • Label: 4AD
  • Catalog: TAD3504
  • Country: UK, Europe & US
  • MP3 version size: 1601 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2128 mb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 427

Tracklist

1Sorrow3:43
2Sorrow3:59
3Sorrow3:48
4Sorrow3:35
5Sorrow3:29
6Sorrow4:04
7Sorrow4:23
8Sorrow4:11
9Sorrow3:28
10Sorrow3:30
11Sorrow3:44
12Sorrow3:21
13Sorrow4:09
14Sorrow3:52
15Sorrow3:18
16Sorrow3:33
17Sorrow4:55
18Sorrow4:46
19Sorrow3:56
20Sorrow3:55
21Sorrow3:50
22Sorrow3:42
23Sorrow3:31
24Sorrow3:41
25Sorrow3:14
26Sorrow5:12
27Sorrow4:36
28Sorrow3:23
29Sorrow3:19
30Sorrow3:20
31Sorrow3:26
32Sorrow3:54
33Sorrow3:15
34Sorrow4:10
35Sorrow3:27
36Sorrow3:22
37Sorrow3:39
38Sorrow3:32
39Sorrow5:03
40Sorrow3:25
41Sorrow3:36
42Sorrow3:37
43Sorrow6:00
44Sorrow4:03
45Sorrow4:12
46Sorrow3:34
47Sorrow3:45
48Sorrow4:19
49Sorrow3:24
50Sorrow3:49

Credits

  • Bass, Backing VocalsScott Devendorf
  • Crew [Audio & Technical Consultation For The National]Brandon Reid
  • Crew [Consultant]Ingibjörg Sigurjónsdóttir
  • Curated ByJenny Schlenzka
  • DrumsBryan Devendorf
  • EngineerDaniel Smith
  • Engineer [Audio At MoMA PS1]Jim Toth, Kevin Kulick, Timbre Tech
  • Executive Producer – Börkur Arnarson, Lawrence Luhring, MoMA PS1, Roland Augustine
  • Guitar, Backing VocalsAaron Dessner, Bryce Dessner
  • Mastered ByRyan Smith
  • Mixed ByChristopher McDonald
  • Mixed By [Assistant]James Leggeng
  • PerformerThe National
  • ProducerDawn Barger, Lilja Gunnarsdóttir, Ragnar Kjartansson
  • Sound Designer [Director Of Sound]Christopher McDonald
  • Stage Manager [Stage Setup]Viper Studios
  • Trombone, Backing VocalsBen Lanz
  • Trumpet, Backing VocalsKyle Resnick
  • VocalsMatt Berninger
  • Written-ByAaron Dessner, Matt Berninger

Notes

Live recording of a "durational performance" held at MoMA PS1, NYC in May 5th, 2013, in which Ragnar Kjartansson invited The National to perform the song "Sorrow" for six hours straight, uninterrupted.

9 clear label-less 12" records in clear plastic sleeves, presented in screen-printed clear acrylic box. Limited to 1500 copies.
All profits from the release go toward Partners in Health.

Front of box shows release artists and title with brief show data, the song's lyrics, and tracklist with the beginning time of each performance throughout the day plus the end time. Back shows credits and thanks.

Companies

  • Recorded At – MoMA PS1
  • Mixed At – Killingworth Sound
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound

Video

Album

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