Category: Classical

  1. Shaktilkis Reply
    Listen to your favorite songs from Hats (Deluxe Version) by The Blue Nile Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  2. Vudoktilar Reply
    Jul 24,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Blue Nile - Hats (Full Album) YouTube Brian Eno - Thursday Afternoon [HD] - Duration: Billy Shitcheese 1,, views.
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    The Blue Nile are a musical group from Glasgow, Scotland. The group's early music was built heavily on synthesizers and electronic instrumentation and percussion, although later works featured guitar more prominently. Following early championing by established artists such as Rickie Lee Jones and Peter Gabriel (the band would later work with both acts), the Blue Nile gained critical acclaim Genres: Art rock, sophisti-pop, synthpop.
  4. Doutaur Reply
    Product description 2CD deluxe album with 16 page booklet. Five long years in the making, the Blue Nile's stellar Hats was well worth the wait; sweeping and majestic, it's a triumph of personal vision over the cold, remote calculations of technology/5(44).
  5. Vunos Reply
    The Blue Nile are (were) mostly a two-men band (P. Buchanan & R. Bell) from Glasgow which, in the mid-Eighties, produced two stunningly good and awesomely recorded discs: "A walk across the rooftops", their debut album, and this "Hats". Both records were issued and mastered by Linn Records UK, not a.
  6. Faejas Reply
    Blue Nile Hats records, LPs and CDs.
  7. Daisida Reply
    Jun 12,  · The Blue Nile’s album Hats is the kind of lost treasure that, upon discovering it, you wind up breathlessly evangelizing to anyone who will listen. Though their name seems to pop up more.
  8. Galmaran Reply
    Jul 07,  · The Blue Nile Hats on cd. Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by HiFi Guy , Jul 7, Sorry for hijacking the Blue Nile thread! Bobby Morrow, Jul 7, # but curious if anyone can compare or has any thoughts about the original U.K. LP pressing of this amazing album vs. the U.K. cd that is the topic of this thread. I can't do.