From their 1991 album Umbrella on A&M Records.
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Umbrella is the second album by the American alternative folk band the Innocence Mission. It was recorded in two months in several studios in Los Angeles, California, Kingston, New York, and New York City, including the Kiva, Dreamland Recording, and Masterdisc.
The Innocence Mission (album). The Innocence Mission is the eponymous debut studio album by the band of the same name. It was recorded in six months in several studios in Los Angeles, California, including the Kiva, Oceanway Recording, and the Sound Castle. The album cover features the 1894 painting Impromptu Ball by Eva Roos. The album was re-released digitally on May 19, 2009 by A&M Records. Note: All songs written by Karen Peris, unless otherwise indicated. Studio album by. The Innocence Mission. February – April 1991.
The Innocence Mission. Umbrella (CD, Album).
Album by The Innocence Mission. Sorry and Glad Together. Revolving Man. My Waltzing Days Are Over/Minta's Waltz. MusicBrainz: Umbrella. 1. And Hiding Away Lyrics. 2. Sorry and Glad Together Lyrics.
The Innocence Mission (stylized as the innocence mission on all releases since 1995) is an American folk rock band centered on husband-and-wife singer-songwriters Karen and Don Peris. The original group, including Mike Bitts (bass guitar) and Steve Brown (drums), was formed in Lancaster, Pennsylvania in the early 1980s when the members met during a Catholic school production of Godspell. Their self-titled debut album was released in 1989 on A&M Records and was produced by Larry Klein, then-husband of Joni Mitchell. Recorded in the couple's Los Angeles recording studio, the album spent 10 weeks on the Billboard charts, peaking at in 1990, with the album's lead single "Black Sheep Wall" peaking at on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart. Klein also produced their 1991 follow up, Umbrella.
The Innocence Mission's second album, like their debut, is soaked in the influence of 10,000 Maniacs. This time, however, it's fused with the newly popular sound of the Sundays, who exploded onto the music scene inbetween the two Innocence Mission records. It might be easy to dismiss the band as a pack of shameless imitators, except that the band clearly has a vision which is truly original and startlingly mature. The lyric sheet reads amazingly well sans music (better, even, than that of the band's 1995 album, Glow, which is otherwise superior). Her introspective word-watercolors are evocative minimalist paintings of unassuming subjects which aren't often tackled in pop music-suburban childhoods, housewives with unnecessary inferiority complexes, shy adults recalling autumn schooldays.
|And Hiding Away||3:34|
|Sorry And Glad Together||3:28|
|Every Hour Here||3:27|
|Now In This Hush||4:25|
|Beginning The World||4:50|
|My Waltzing Days Are Over / Minta's Waltz||3:25|
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Performer: The Innocence Mission
Date of release: 1991
Style: Soft Rock
Size MP3: 1299 mb
Size FLAC: 1170 mb
Rating: 4.8 / 5
Other Formats: APE MP2 MOD DMF MP1 AU MPC