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Beth Orton — Moon
Album: Kidsticks
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6.6

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Total ratings: 1114









Released: 2016
Length: 3:57
Plays (last 30 days): 3
Know what the sun feels like on my skin
I wanna know what the Moon feels like within
I know what the sun feels like on my skin
I wanna know how the Moon gives life within

And the same Moon rises so far of me as you
and there is not really much about that we can do
I see the light and your bright keeps me up all night
I see the light and your bright keeps me up all night

The world that I'd known is seen by the light of the Moon
And there is light that I can only want more then I do?
And there is light that I can only feel when I'm with you
And the same Moon rises so far of me as you
and there is really not much about that we can do
No, there is really not much about that we can do

I see the light and your bright keeps me up all night
I feel the light burning bright
I see the light and your bright keeps me up all night
Keeps me up all night
Keeps me up all night

And I listen to the grass grow
And I wonder what I don't know
And it's really not much about that that I can't do

The same Moon rises so far of me as you
I see the light and your bright keeps me up all night
I see the light and your bright keeps me up all night
I feel the light brightening up
I see the light and your bright keeps me up all night
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Great bass, boy vocals. Ugh.
What a bass line!
 lizardking wrote:
Proclivities wrote:

I think the 'electronic' production she was going for on this number could make the sonance seem banausic to those who favor a more cromulent sonority. 

Silvervanman wrote:

WTF?
 
Sonance (Sound) 
Banausic (Dull) 
Cromulent (Adequate) 
Sonority (the degree a speech sound is like a vowel) 

....yeah....Proc is great at using these "S.A.T. words" - and maybe in an attempt to keep them from falling to the wayside due to disuse....language is important so I'm glad for an opporutunity myself to 're-learn' some of these and even happier to have a new word to look up (Cromulent is a new one!) - so thanks to Mr. Thesaurus for using them here!! 

I've been at a 7 on this one for sometime...staying there now though maybe a +1 one day....Long Live RP and the English language!!
 
It doesn't always work.  One of our top-bods at Whitehall on TV the other day described the book as a "theo-saurus".  The world's gone to the dogs.
 lizardking wrote:
Proclivities wrote:

I think the 'electronic' production she was going for on this number could make the sonance seem banausic to those who favor a more cromulent sonority. 

Silvervanman wrote:
WTF?
 
Sonance (Sound) 
Banausic (Dull) 
Cromulent (Adequate) 
Sonority (the degree a speech sound is like a vowel) 

....yeah....Proc is great at using these "S.A.T. words" - and maybe in an attempt to keep them from falling to the wayside due to disuse....language is important so I'm glad for an opporutunity myself to 're-learn' some of these and even happier to have a new word to look up (Cromulent is a new one!) - so thanks to Mr. Thesaurus for using them here!! 
I've been at a 7 on this one for sometime...staying there now though maybe a +1 one day....Long Live RP and the English language!!
 
Thanks.  Also, I was using certain words from a prior post to which I was responding, which is below.  However, I took "cromulent" from The Simpsons.

offroadbiker wrote:

Love Beth Orton although these lyrics don't resonate with me, and the sonance is unremarkable, even banausic.
Proclivities wrote:

I think the 'electronic' production she was going for on this number could make the sonance seem banausic to those who favor a more cromulent sonority. 

Silvervanman wrote:


WTF?
 
Sonance (Sound) 
Banausic (Dull) 
Cromulent (Adequate) 
Sonority (the degree a speech sound is like a vowel) 

....yeah....Proc is great at using these "S.A.T. words" - and maybe in an attempt to keep them from falling to the wayside due to disuse....language is important so I'm glad for an opporutunity myself to 're-learn' some of these and even happier to have a new word to look up (Cromulent is a new one!) - so thanks to Mr. Thesaurus for using them here!! 

I've been at a 7 on this one for sometime...staying there now though maybe a +1 one day....Long Live RP and the English language!!
 Proclivities wrote:

I think the 'electronic' production she was going for on this number could make the sonance seem banausic to those who favor a more cromulent sonority.
 

WTF?
 nicknt wrote:
Same bassline of Seven Nation Army ...

I think your subwoofer might need replacing.  ;)

Same bassline of Seven Nation Army ...
 Stephen_Phillips wrote:
Idiot_Wind, you just keep wearing those striped pants!

These guys were neither hipster nor doofus and they did not give a damn what people said.

Long live stripes,,,

... and circles...
... and rainbow colours...
... and everything!

Jethro Tull 
 Jeffry Hammond.  Saw him/them live  when he wore that suit.  So freakin' funny. And I was so freakin' young.  Thanks for the pic.  Although I have no idea why it's on a Beth Orton song page.

okay! I need this!
7 --> 8 The more I hear it...
A Better Beth!
Idiot_Wind, you just keep wearing those striped pants!

These guys were neither hipster nor doofus and they did not give a damn what people said.

Long live stripes,,,

... and circles...
... and rainbow colours...
... and everything!

Jethro Tull 
 smdjansen wrote:

It's always sad when the bullies score a win like that.
You shouldn't be ashamed of your wacky pants—they should be ashamed for being the kind of people who jump to name calling just because someone else has different taste in pants.

 
The same thing goes for politics.




{#Crown}



 idiot_wind wrote:
Hey! I had a pair of striped pants like that once! 

Until people starting calling me a hipster doofus.  

 
It's always sad when the bullies score a win like that.
You shouldn't be ashamed of your wacky pants—they should be ashamed for being the kind of people who jump to name calling just because someone else has different taste in pants.
Hey! I had a pair of striped pants like that once! 

Until people starting calling me a hipster doofus.  
The tone, the phrasing, the little pauses in the delivery. What's not to like?
You can always count on her for experimenting, pushing boundaries. Kind of like Joni Mitchell. We need these people.

Otherwise, all the bands start sounding like Arcade Fire. Bleah.     
very good effect . This very "remote" guitar or something similar........
4 -> 3
 coloradojohn wrote:
Still surprised at Beth's new stuff I'm hearing on RP. She really sounds like Tanita Tikaram to me on this. I think she's still very creative!

 
My thoughts too. I'm not a big Orton fan, but her work is always interesting.


 hayduke2 wrote:

fun music

Image result for fred tomaselli

the cover art brought to mind Fred Tomaselli's paintings (made with hundreds of little pills)

 
Very interesting!

fun music

Image result for fred tomaselli

the cover art brought to mind Fred Tomaselli's paintings (made with hundreds of little pills)
 offroadbiker wrote:
Love Beth Orton although these lyrics don't resonate with me, and the sonance is unremarkable, even banausic.  

 Proclivities wrote:

I think the 'electronic' production she was going for on this number could make the sonance seem banausic to those who favor a more cromulent sonority.

 
Nice, Proclivities!
Still surprised at Beth's new stuff I'm hearing on RP. She really sounds like Tanita Tikaram to me on this. I think she's still very creative!
 offroadbiker wrote:
Love Beth Orton although these lyrics don't resonate with me, and the sonance is unremarkable, even banausic.  

 
I think the 'electronic' production she was going for on this number could make the sonance seem banausic to those who favor a more cromulent sonority.
 nwfirefly wrote:
am I the only one hearing echos...??
 

 
only if you are listening to Pink Floyd (Echoes)
The same bass tune of Seven Nation Army ...
This is nice and fresh from her. I like it.
Nice to see good new music from Beth Orton
am I the only one hearing echos...??
 
Interesting to read comments not just on this song, but most of her work. hmm all a matter of taste, but I do hope to catch her live one day, before I  leave this planet. {#Music}
 offroadbiker wrote:
Love Beth Orton although these lyrics don't resonate with me, and the sonance is unremarkable, even banausic.  

 
Wow... I had to google "banausic".  Learn't a new word, (which I'll probably forget by tomorrow). Anyway I like the song!!  8.
Love Beth Orton although these lyrics don't resonate with me, and the sonance is unremarkable, even banausic.  
Too much stuff and clutter for me.
Skin and other stories.
Bleh. 
 Thought I had found a new Annie Lennox song.
I like Beth Orton, but this leaves me a bit puzzled and speechless.
She's vibrating.
An improved BO, IMO; not the annoying affected style of some of her earlier work (it's not just me, either). I like this one.
Excellent song, It caught me at the first listen.
A solid 6 if I've ever heard one - good enough, not something I would choose, but will listen to it through.
Kidsticks.... might be good with barbecue sauce, not sure.