Frank Turner- The Road.
So The Second Three Years is a reminder of everything that makes Frank Turner the unbelievably lovable songwriter he is. His attempts to connect with his listeners aren't attempts at all - they're just the way his mind works . So yeah, it's not perfect; a couple of tracks here and there aren't as stunning as what surrounds them. The whole deal on The Second Three Years is that Turner's cobbled together a collection of songs from his last 36 months and he has faith that their - and perhaps his - inherent beauty will carry them.
Live Fast Die Old The Road Long Live The Queen Substitute Try This At Home Dan's Song The Real Damage Poetry Of The Deed Nashville Tennessee Our Lady Of The Campfire Smiling At Strangers On Trains Sons Of Liberty Barbara Allen Love Ire & Song Father's Day I Knew Prufrock Before He Got Famous Journey Of The Magi The Ballad Of Me &.
The Third Three Years is a compilation album by singer-songwriter Frank Turner, released 24 November 2014 through Xtra Mile Recordings. Much like its predecessors The First Three Years and The Second Three Years, the album comprises material recorded since the release of the latter of those compilations. None of these recordings have appeared on any of Turner's studio albums, and include covers, alternate and live versions of previously released songs, demos, and b-sides.
Take To The Road CD+DVD. Third Three Years Audio CD. Frank Turner. 1. Live Fast Die Old 2. The Road 3. Long Live The Queen 4. Substitute 5. Try This At Home 6. Dan's Song 7. The Real Damage 8. Poetry Of The Deed 9. Nashville Tennessee 10. Our Lady Of The Campfire 11. Smiling At Strangers On Trains 12.
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Frank Turner himself, however, played a tactical blinder, a seduction that were it physical would make Warren Beatty look like Sid the Sexist. Then he ‘followed’ Old Number 7’s own Twitter feed. It is no nicer, and not much bigger, than my own flat two miles down the road in Camden Town. And no one ever got rich being a music journalist. And so as Frank Turner points to the moon, a band of idiots stare at his finger. Except, that is, for the continued and growing audience the devotion and affection of which is as striking as it is unfathomable to Turner’s many detractors. In a small bar in Barnsley this truth is distilled down to an intense potency.
The Second Three Years is a compilation album by singer-songwriter Frank Turner, released 18 November 2011 through Xtra Mile Recordings and 16 January 2012 through Epitaph Records. The album compiles material recorded after the release of Turner's first compilation, The First Three Years, that does not appear on either of Turner's two successive studio albums, including tracks from EPs, singles, covers and unreleased material.
Frank Turner,The Road. Frank and Jon are longtime friends who wrote an album together in four hours, so it was only natural that Frank would join Jon on stage both nights. The feeling was incredibly relaxed, like two buddies just having fun playing together and telling stories. Then Jon left, the Sleeping Souls came out, and the place went nuts with them playing all my favourite songs, both old and new and everything in between. Unfortunately I wasn’t fast enough to take it when the show was over! On the second night in Wellington things were a little bit different. I got myself a spot right up front and centre, in a smaller venue with a crowd packed in so tight that I almost got pushed right into Frank when he played a particularly lively song.
Anyone familiar with Frank Turner’s work to date would almost certainly agree with the opinion that he is The Rock Music Fan’s Folk Singer. His first three solo albums - ‘Sleep is for the Week’, ‘Love Ire and Song’ and 2009’s ‘Poetry of the Deed’ – were filled with a host of rock-friendly folk and country anthems that embraced an overall punk attitude that has, in recent months, seen him grace the cover of Kerrang and warm-up for Green Day at Wembley Stadium. Frank’s repeated appearances on the annual festival circuit over the past five years have helped to make him the indie scene folk hero he is today. It often gets a little daunting, looking back at my schedule in recent years. But I'm proud of it and long may it continue. The songs were written on the road as ever, but we took a lot longer arranging them and we demoed the album in its entirety three times before we hit the studio.