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Doves — Far from Grace
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 lixy wrote:
They sound like Coldplay in here, and that's far from being a compliment. Decent nonetheless.
 
Listen to a band called pictures and sound, i think martins has a twin?
This song is also available on Lost Sides - The CD is pretty good if you ask me.


Love this band.  Still waiting for a new album...

and waiting....
and waiting....
{#Think}

The more you listen to them the better they get. Can't wait for the new album. Should be released soon!

  Just how do you "Love the Doves"....and yet liken the lead singers voice to "moaning"?
i love the doves but still not sure about the singing, bit to close to moaning



nice mixture of quality percussion, rythyms, vocals, melody, shades Moody Blues and Beatles synthesizer. Nice pill.
love this band.. never heard this song tho... Guess I didn't score the limited edition.
i love the doves but still not sure about the singing, bit to close to moaning
robco1 wrote:
I'd like to hear this one more often. Great band!
:sunny: :yes: :bounce: :good-vibes:
I'd like to hear this one more often. Great band!
this is the reason RadioParadise is the BEST .... thank you RP !!!
kelty wrote:
was hoping this was from a *new* Doves CD, I've never heard this song before....oh well, will keep waiting!
Funny, because when I heard it I was hoping the same thing.
Beautiful. They were great in concert when they came through Chicago last year. Hope to see them again soon.
was hoping this was from a *new* Doves CD, I've never heard this song before....oh well, will keep waiting!
icehoused wrote:
I don't understand what these guys are missing. I think they sound great, their music is complex, and they write good lyrics. I know they were starting to make their way into the stream, but they seem to have fallen off. I think Far From Grace is their best song, and I always try to hear as much from Doves as possible.
I find them very original and appealing, myself.
eclipse601 wrote:
I keep hearing "Eff you ..." Not really there, but annoying anyway. Eff yourself, fella!
If you keep hearing it in the lyrics of music, maybe it's a sign from the gods . . . and it's time to act on it. Just a thought, fella.
I keep hearing "Eff you ..." Not really there, but annoying anyway. Eff yourself, fella!
I actually dont like htese guys that much, there has been one or two songs I like, but thats it.
stubbsz wrote:
Far from good
They sound like Coldplay in here, and that's far from being a compliment. Decent nonetheless.
I don't understand what these guys are missing. I think they sound great, their music is complex, and they write good lyrics. I know they were starting to make their way into the stream, but they seem to have fallen off. I think Far From Grace is their best song, and I always try to hear as much from Doves as possible.
i've got the limited edition of this one... and while I love the album itself, i find most of the second "bonus" disc to be not so great. at least compared to their other stuff.
Don\'t think I\'ve ever heard any Doves before, but this is good stuff.
Far from good
Hello, everyone. Early limited editions of the Dove's "The Last Broadcast" in the US contained a second disc with four excellent tracks, including this one. None of the tracks are available on either of their full-length albums, so if you're interested in picking up "The Last Broadcast," I highly recommend seeking out the limited edition version. The other three tracks on the disc are "Hit the Ground Running," which consists of original lyrics put to the tune of a re-interpreted melody from Warren Zevon's "Werewolves of London," "Northenden," which is, like "Far from Grace," an original Doves track that was left off of their albums, and "Willow Song," which is a cover of a traditional folk song. Doves have said in interviews that they are quite diligent and work very hard on their music, writing four or more songs for every one that gets a spot on their albums. While it's arguable that none of the 4 tracks on the second disc would "fit" thematically or musically with those on "The Last Broadcast," I consider "Far from Grace" to be one of their best songs, period, and I think that it might work as a single (unfortunately, this band does not seem to be getting their due attention right now in the states – they're never on the radio and I attended a free set they played in Boston summer 2002 and less than 100 people showed up). I also wonder about the other material they've not published yet. I hope that you enjoy "Far from Grace" and many thanks to Radio Paradise for playing it. Take care and God bless, -idealist