The Church - Tin Mine album FLAC
The Church, an Australian psychedelic rock band, formed in Sydney in 1980. They have released 25 studio albums, numerous singles and other releases and an additional studio album under the name "The Refo:mation". This discography lists their original Australian releases, along with significant overseas compilations and singles.
Tin mining began early in the Bronze Age, as bronze is a copper-tin alloy. Tin is a relatively rare element in the Earth’s crust, with approximately 2 ppm (parts per million), compared to iron with 50,000 ppm. Tin extraction and use can be dated to the beginnings of the Bronze Age around 3000 BCE, when it was observed that copper objects formed of polymetallic ores with different metal contents had different physical properties
Tin Church Laragh, Laragh, Castleblayney, Monaghan, Ireland. In support of his recent album release and as part of his Winter Tour - Barry Jay Hughes returns to The Tin Church Laragh, Co. Monaghan for an intimate afternoon Christmas themed gig with Cellist Ella Englishby Music. Mulled wine on arrival.
The Tin Church offers the most charming accommodation. Exquisitely refurbished in true Art Deco style. The kitchen equipped with everything you could possibly need. Given we made a last minute decision as a family with two kids (8&5) I'd have been happy with a bed for the night. The freshly baked bread, juice and milk in the fridge, and some good coffee made this exceptional.
The Tin Mine (Thai: มหา’ลัย เหมืองแร่ or Maha'lai muang rae) is a 2005 Thai biographical drama film directed by Jira Maligool. Pijaya Vachajitpan as Arjin Panjapan. Donlaya Mudcha as La-iad.
Snowy Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. The height of Tin Mine Falls is listed as 459 metres (1,506 ft) or 360 metres (1,180 ft), and quote a story concerning the origin of this figure: "The falls were apparently measured in 1990 by a Dr. John Pease. According to the World Waterfall Database, Tin Mine Falls is the 462nd.
There, on a tin dredge, among the bosses and miners, he will learn to live to the simple rhythms of river and season, work and play, love and loss. There, he will finally find himself and graduate a man because, sometimes, higher learning can be found in the ground beneath your feet.
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|2||The Faith Healer
Written-By – Alexander Harvey*, Hugh McKenna
|3||The Awful Ache||5:11|
|12||All I Know||4:18|
- Recorded At – Spacejunk, Sydney
- Recorded At – Dodgy Sound
- Recorded At – The Vault
- Recorded At – Rancom Street Studios
- Recorded At – The Orange Room
- Recorded By – Karmic Hit Studio
- Recorded At – Charing Cross Studios
- Recorded At – Glebe Studios
- Recorded By – The Blue Room
- Recorded At – RPM Studios
- Mixed At – Spacejunk, Sydney
- Mixed At – Dodgy Sound
- Mixed At – The Vault
- Mixed At – Rancom Street Studios
- Mixed At – The Orange Room
- Mixed At – Karmic Hit Studio
- Mixed At – Charing Cross Studios
- Mixed At – Glebe Studios
- Mixed At – The Blue Room
- Mixed At – RPM Studios
- Engineer – Grigsby*, Trump*, Brebach*, Howard*
- Musician [Additional] – Clayton Dooley*, David Lane, Jane Seymour
- Producer – Willson-Piper*, Koppes*, Kilbey*, Powles*
- Written-By, Performer [Played By] – Willson-Piper*, Koppes*, Kilbey*
- Written-By, Performer [Played By], Engineer – Powles*
NotesCompilation CD available during the 2006 acoustic tour.
Tracks 12 and 13 are exclusive to this release.
Track 12 recorded live at Newtown, Sydney, December 11th 2005.
Recorded and mixed at Spacejunk/Dodgy/The Vault/Rancom St/The Orange Room/Karmic Hit/Charing Cross/Glebe Studio, Sydney, except tracks 2, 3, 4 and 5 at The Blue Room in Gävle Sweden and track 3 Od's Rpm NYC.
|none||The Church||Tin Mine (CD, Comp, Ltd, Tin)||Cooking Vinyl, Liberation Music||none||Australia||2006|