edwyn collins - Losing Sleep album
Losing Sleep is the seventh solo album by the Scottish singer-songwriter Edwyn Collins, released 13 September 2010 on Heavenly Records. The album was recorded at Collins' West Heath Studios and features guest appearances from Franz Ferdinand's Alex Kapranos and Nick McCarthy, Aztec Camera's Roddy Frame, Johnny Marr, The Cribs' Ryan Jarman and Jacob Graham, Connor Hanwick and Jonathan Pierce of The Drums.
Album · 2011 · 12 Songs. Losing Sleep Edwyn Collins. Listen on Apple Music.
Released September 13, 2010. Losing Sleep Tracklist. 1. Losing Sleep Lyrics.
Edwyn Collins first met Seb Lewsley in the early '90s when he was producing the Frank and Walters' debut album Trains, Boats & Planes, which was recorded at London's Sonet Studios. Seb, who was employed as an assistant there, fondly recalls how Edwyn ended up at Sonet in the first place. It was a good little studio, and I remembe. his used to be your story, laughs Seb, gesturing to Edwyn. The Losing Sleep recording sessions kicked off in earnest back in November 2008 when Seb and Edwyn invited long‑time cohorts Barrie Cadogan of Little Barrie and Paul Cook of the Sex Pistols to help lay down the title track. There were a few nerves flying around but, within just a few hours, the core rhythm track was completed and they now had a template for the way the rest of the record was going to come together.
Edwyn Collins: Losing Sleep. Since the 2005 double brain haemorrhage that left him in a wheelchair, unable to talk, Edwyn Collins has made a remarkable recovery. His ordeal is reflected in absorbing lyrics full of references to loss of dignity and self-doubt, particularly on the Ryan Jarman co-write What Is My Role?
Edwyn Collins (Edwyn Stephen Collins) Losing Sleep lyrics: I'm losing sleep, I'm losing dignity, Everything I own is right in fr. .Artist: Edwyn Collins ( Edwyn Stephen Collins). Translations: German. I'm losing sleep, I'm losing dignity. Everything I own is right in front of me. And it's getting me down, I'm losing sleep. I'm holding on, I'm insecure. About my life, about my work. But now I know the things I hold. Are the things I miss about my life.