|2||Through Bone And Marrow||8:28|
|4||The End Of Dying||5:30|
|5||A Chidlren's Canto||4:21|
|6||A Series Of Springs And Falls||3:10|
|7||At Right Angles||4:52|
|9||A Lion In Winter / Long Live The King||5:56|
|btv079||Foxhole|| We The Wintering Tree (CD, Album, RE)||Burnt Toast Vinyl||btv079||US||2007|
- Bass, Bells, Recorded By [Field Recordings] – Derek Holt
- Drums, Percussion – Matthew Wilson
- Guitar – R. Justin Shepherd
- Guitar, Piano – Adam Moore
- Horns – Greg Leppert
- Mastered By – John Golden
- Mixed By – Tim Bushong
Recorded at sanctuary of Westminster Bible Church, December 2003 - March 2004.
Mastered at John Golden Mastering, Ventura, CA.
Mixed at T-Bush Record Plant.
We the Wintering Tree. Album 2003 10 Songs. We the Wintering Tree Foxhole. the Wintering Tree. Critic Score. User Score. Based on 1 rating. New Album Releases. Phoebe Bridgers. Bob Dylan. Rough and Rowdy Ways. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. We the Wintering Tree, 2008. A Series of Springs and Falls, 03:10. The End of Dying, 05:30. Lamentation - Foxhole. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. We The Wintering Tree is a music studio album recording by FOXHOLE Post RockMath rockProgressive Rock released in 2004 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. A Series of Springs and Falls 2. The End of Dying 3. Dead Rimes 4. Spectacle 5. Lent 6. At Right Angles 7. A Children's Canto 8. Lamentation 9. A Lion in Winter, Long Live the King 10. Through Bone and Marrow. Line-up, Musicians. Stream We the Wintering Tree, a playlist by Foxhole from desktop or your mobile device. Follow Foxhole and others on SoundCloud. Album release date: 4 March 2008. A Series of Springs and Falls. Listen free to Foxhole We the Wintering Tree A Series of Springs and Falls, The End of Dying and more. 10 tracks 53:30. Date Released: Label: Selah. Produced By: Tracklisting: It does not take a diehard music follower to notice that post-rock has been on decline lately, in popularity and in number of bands. The kids today have replaced their hooded sweatshirts for dancing shoes. I blame television for the degradation of attention spans, because who wants to listen to an hour long brooding epic when you can hear 20 minutes of art spazz Why I do understand the appeal of the spazz, I also understand the