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Brendan Perry - Eye of the Hunter - Original 1999 UK 4AD label 8-track LP

€ 150
ArtistBrendan Perry
TitleEye of the Hunter - Original 1999 UK 4AD label 8-track LP
Price € 150
GenreFolk and Rock
Record label4AD
Catalogue noCAD 9015
Year of release1999
GradingVG++ (Vinyl & Labels)/VG++ (Inner Sleeve)/VG++ (cover)
Stock listBrendan Perry
Additional infoOriginal 1999 UK 4AD label 8-track LP - the debut solo album by half Dead Can Dance, singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.

Heather Phares stated in her Allmusic review, that "... Perry's first solo effort is a mature work worthy of his reputation." and that "Perry's rich vocals and the songs' orchestral-folk arrangements and somber titles give the album an intriguing Gothic/easy listening feel, similar to Scott Walker's darkest Baroque pop."

Vinyl has custom picture labels - housed in an illustrated lyric inner sleeve - ultimately in a superb matt finish picture cover.

Condition: VG++ (Vinyl & Labels)/VG++ (Inner Sleeve)/VG++ (cover):


Side 1:
1. Saturday's Child 4:30
2. Voyage of Bran 5:33
3. Medusa 6:10
4. Sloth 3:32
5. I Must Have Been Blind (Tim Buckley) 5:07
6. The Captive Heart 4:00
7. Death Will Be My Bride 5:46
8. Archangel 7:35

All tracks written and composed by Brendan Perry except where noted.

Recorded at Quivvy Church studio in Belturbet, County Cavan, Ireland.
Mastered at Masterpiece Mastering Studios, Hammersmith, London, UK
Pressed by EMI Record' Factory, 1-3 Uxbridge Road, Hayes, Middlesex UB4 0SY, UK

Brendan Perry - vocals, 12-string guitar, electric guitar, mandolin, keyboards
Glen Garrett - electric bass guitar, upright bass guitar
Liam Bradley - drums
Martin Quinn - pedal steel guitar
Michael Brunnock - backing vocals on "Saturday's Child"

Technical Credits:
Brendan Perry, Martin Quinn - Production
Walter Coelho - Mastering

Brendan Perry - Art direction
Chris Bigg - Cover Design
Dominic Davies - Front Cover Photography
Dennis Di Cicco - Back cover photograph
v23 (Vaughan Oliver) - Textures