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Tracklisting (click title for lyrics):
Come out of the rain, Cold chicken skin, Charlemagne, Teenage wall, Same mistake twice, In a heartbeat, Two churches, If you’re all done dying, Signal black spot, Her coat and no knickers, Are you having a wonderful life?, History of rock ‘n’ roll part 1
After nearly 50 new songs, extensive solo tours and three live albums capturing them for posterity, Colin Vearncombe goes into hiding once more: Black is back. Between Two Churches‚ released in 2005, is the first Black album since 1993. ‘The ambiguity of the name Black gives me valuable freedom as a singer/songwriter’, said Colin of the return to his former pen name.
This is the one I’ve been working towards: the best one since the first one.
The album spills over with catchy melodies, swings between rock and folky acoustic tracks, and is both energetic and mature.
I am deeply moved. This is a coming of age record with a difference, said Comedy co-producer Robin Millar.
Between Two Churches was produced by Calum MacColl. Calum’s songwriting, production and performance credits include work with Brian Kennedy, Eddi Reader, Boo Hewerdine and Christie Hennessy.
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