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Nurse With Wound - Lumb's Sister album download
Performer: Nurse With Wound
Title: Lumb's Sister
Genre: Electronic
Style:Experimental, Musique Concrète
Released: 2014
MP3 album szie: 1334 mb
FLAC album size: 1738 mb

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Not On Label (Nurse With Wound Self-released) ‎– none. Format: 7 File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps. Country: Released: 04 Dec 2014. This music was originally conceived as raw material for the film project 'Lumb's Sister' by Chris Wallis. During the long evolution of his movie, Chris decided to use alternative source sounds and subsequently none of these pieces ever made it onto the completed film. SS. Thanks to Andrew Liles, Andrew Thomas, Sarah Redpath, Rose McDowell, Mark Logan. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.

Home Dark Ambient Nurse With Wound Lumb's Sister '2014. Knees, Sticks and Bones. NWW. Lumb's Sister/Lumb's Sister. Lumb's Sister/07. Lumb's Sister/06. How to Destroy Angels II (Lumb Mix). Lumb's Sister/05. The Church of Esoteric Practices. Lumb's Sister/02. The Grave and Beautiful Name of Sadness (Lumb Mix).

Includes unlimited streaming of Lumb's Sister via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 1 day. Purchasable with gift card. Nurse With Wound has been Steven Stapleton’s main musical outlet for some 30 years. He has also appeared on records by other artists and worked as a producer, remixer and, more recently, a critcially acclaimed soundtrack composer. As well as his musical output Stapleton is a highly accomplished and renowned painter and sculptor often working under the guise of ‘Babs Santini’.

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The Nurse with Wound list is a list of musicians and bands that was included with Chance Meeting on a Dissecting Table of a Sewing Machine and an Umbrella (1979), the first album by Nurse with Wound. There are 291 entries on the list. The list was expanded with Nurse with Wound's second album, To the Quiet Men from a Tiny Girl (1980). The list was compiled by the original Nurse with Wound trio of Steven Stapleton, John Fothergill, and Heman Pathak

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Band Name Nurse With Wound. Erscheinungsdatum 1992. Labels World Serpent. Musik GenreExperimental Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 1. Alien (Taken from the Film 'Lumb's Sister'). Anderen Alben von Nurse With Wound. Creakiness and Other Misdemeanours.

Tracklist

1 Nurse With Wound Finis Terra 9:28
2 Nurse With Wound The Grave And Beautiful Name Of Sadness (Lumb Mix) 9:46
Nurse With Wound Lumbs Narcolepsy / Lumbs Misandry (18:47)
3.a Lumbs Narcolepsy
3.b Lumbs Misandry
4 Nurse With Wound Knees, Sticks And Bones 9:44
5 Nurse With Wound The Church Of Esoteric Practices 5:37
6 Coil / Nurse With Wound How To Destroy Angels II (Lumb Mix) 9:00
7 Nurse With Wound Campo Stella 8:19

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Jnana Records
  • Recorded At – IPS Studio

Credits

  • Cover – Babs Santini
  • Engineer [Engineered By] – Peter McGee*
  • Layout – Andrew Liles, Andrew Thomas
  • Mastered By [Mastered From Original Analogue Tapes] – Denis Blackham
  • Performer [Master Of Oblique Ceremonies] – Andrew Liles
  • Photography By – Sarah Redpath
  • Producer [Produced], Mixed By, Edited By – S.S*

Notes

Issued in a digipak sleeve with clear tray.

Recorded at IPS Studio, London '86 - '87
Track 6 Coil/Nurse With Wound

Thanks to Andrew Liles, Andrew Thomas, Sarah Redpath, Rose McDowell, Mark Logan

"This music was originally conceived as raw material for the film project 'Lumbs Sister' by Chris Wallis. During the long evolution of his movie, Chris decided to use alternative source sounds and subsequently none of these pieces ever made it onto the completed film. Aw shucks." (liner notes)

The title appears as "Lumb's Sister" on the front sleeve and on the CD,
as "Lumbs Sister" on the spine and the CD tray inner sleeve.
Track durations do not appear on the release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 700175736307
  • Barcode (Text): 7 00175 73630 7
  • Matrix / Runout: (a) 10-02607

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Nurse With Wound Lumb's Sister ‎(7xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Not On Label (Nurse With Wound Self-released) none 2014
none Nurse With Wound Lumb's Sister ‎(7xFile, FLAC, Album) Not On Label (Nurse With Wound Self-released) none 2014
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Reviews: (4)
Mori
Mori
Written as soundtrack to a film of the same name, and released as part of a limited edition boxset with Current 93 and Sol Invictus, Lumb's Sister was probably the most requested reissue in the Nurse With Wound catalogue until its eventual release in 2014. Steven Stapleton isn't known for being precious about his old works, and unsurprisingly the music here doesn't quite match the original release (or even the digital download version from a couple of years prior). Nevertheless, the changes aren't too dramatic - a bit more reverb, some alterations to Lumb's Sister Part 2 as part of 'Lumbs Misandry' - and the four parts of the original release open the album, albeit in a different running order.The music on the album is some of the darkest in the Nurse With Wound catalogue. Despite having a reputation for the sinister, previous albums were generally interspersed with moments of humour and the occasional live instrument performance that brought some liveliness to the piece. Lumb's Sister opens with a cacophony of human voices, pitched and altered to sound demonic and growing in intensity throughout opening piece 'Finis Terra'. That translates to 'The End of the Earth'. Jolly stuff. 'The Grave and Beautiful Name of Sadness' and 'Campo Stella' continue the vocal-led approach, the former led by screaming and wailing, the latter returning to the possessed chatter of the opener, backed by metallic clangs. 'Lumbs Narcolapsy' throws the voices to the back, focusing instead on a tribal drum rhythm that sounds like a soundtrack to the most hideous of ceremonies. Sounds blur until 'Lumbs Misandry' is heralded by the screeching and preaching of an old crone (played by Diana Rogerson, I'm led to believe) who informs us men are no more than animals. 'The Church of Esoteric Practices' pits electrical and mechanical machinery against each other: what could be a buzz saw in the left channel, and some clattering wooden machine in the right. The usual NWW range of drones and creaks and squeals that accompanies them only adds to the mental image that these sounds might be part of some hideous torture mechanism.We are given a brief respite, in texture at least, in the form of NWW's remix of Coil's 'How to Destroy Angels', cymbals gently clanging and rustling, with electronic tones bubbling away underneath. What would, in most circumstances, seem like a dark and sinister piece, feels comparatively light and sedate in contrast with everything going on around it.Lumb's Sister is a harrowing record. The brief moments of levity that normally grace Nurse albums - be they snippets of easy listening music, people doing pig impressions, or even the jump scares that come with a wink from Stapleton going "got ya!" - are all but gone, and the particularly reverb-heavy mix here means that things get claustrophobic quickly. The terror on display here is impressive, but not conducive to regular listens in the way a lot of NWW albums are. One to pull out occasionally, if only to see if you feel confident enough to listen all the way through.
blac wolf
blac wolf
For those interested:1. Finis Terra = Lumb's Sister pt 92. The Grave and Beautiful Name of Sadness (Lumb Mix) = Lumb's Sister pt 143. A. Lumbs Narcolepsy / B. Lumbs Misandry = Lumb's Sister pt 1/pt 2 joined together, and then remixed in places4. Knees, Sticks and Bones = previously unreleased5. The Church of Esoteric Practices = previously unreleased6. How to Destroy Angels II (Lumb Mix) = excerpt from Coil "How to Destroy Angels" CD 19927. Campo Stella = Lumb's Sister pt 3, slightly remixed in places (?)(The above also applies to the slightly alternative track-listings on other releases.)For my money, this is to date the most thorough and well-organised compendium of Lumb, of all its many disparate incarnations. Its production sounds more tidy and coherent. I'll be delighted if it goes to vinyl.
Vut
Vut
Track 3 seems to me as a medley of tracks 2 and 3 from the vinyl version of the album (the one in the box with Current 93 and Sol Invictus), but the last part is also remixed and is a lot different.I wonder if there are the original tracks on cd somewhere...
Alsath
Alsath
Please, can someone tell me the corrispondence of these cd tracks with the 4 tracks previously appearing on the LP version and the 5 tracks on second LP version too?