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Label: Shinkansen Recordings - SHINKANSEN 14CD • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Pop • Style: Indie Pop
Septembers Not So Far Away - The Field Mice - Whered You Learn To Kiss That Way? (CD)

 · The 'almost' complete Field Mice back-catalogue () on 2 CDs with extra lyric booklet in Japanese and limited to copies. NOTE: This is not the complete back catalog.5/5(10).

A lavish two-disc retrospective worthy of their growing legacy, the extraordinary Where'd You Learn to Kiss That Way? finally restores the group to their rightful prominence, assembling all of the key tracks they released on the legendary Sarah label between and With their shimmering guitars, indelible melodies, lush arrangements, and Bobby Wratten 's heartbreaking songs, in retrospect the Field Mice .

A double-album compilation of the now long-deleted Field Mice releases, Where'd You Learn to Kiss That Way? was released in and sold more copies than any Field Mice record ever sold at the time. Their entire back catalogue was reissued on CD for the first time by LTM Recordings in

The Field Mice Where'd You Learn To Kiss That Way? In these modern times when Belle and Sebastian are deemed to be heroes of the music scene, a compilation of the greatest moments by the Field Mice seems to be a good marketing strategy as at times they sound more fey than the popular Scots at the moment.

The Field Mice were never going to change the world but they can change a little bit of you each time you listen to ng and heartache can never really go out of fashion and I know it's a cynical world but I like to think we all have those moments of innocence and 'Wow!Where'd you learn to kiss that way!'wonder.I was going to head this /5(5).

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3 thoughts on “Septembers Not So Far Away - The Field Mice - Whered You Learn To Kiss That Way? (CD)

  1. The *almost* complete Field Mice back-catalogue on 2 CD's in cardboard sleeves, housed in a paper slipcase plus a page booklet with photos, lyrics, credits, bio and discography.

  2.  · The original releases – a mix of singles, EPs, mini-albums and one solitary full-length LP – came out on Sarah Records but, after Sarah had ended, Shinkansen Recordings issued Where'd You Learn To Kiss That Way?, a double-CD compilation spanning the whole of the band's three-year career and containing most of the songs from those ten records; it is, in all respects, a quite staggering body .

  3. The Field Mice were an indiepop group which formed in in London, England. Along with Heavenly, they were the most popular group on the legendary and influential Sarah Records label. The band originally consisted of Bobby Wratten (vocals, guitar) and Michael Hiscock (bass), but for most of their lifespan also included Harvey Williams (guitar), Annemari Davis (keyboards), and Mark Dobson.

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