Jo Mango - When We Lived In The Crook Of A Tree album
The Scotland Herald describes Jo Mango's recent EP "When We Lived in The Crook of a Tree" as " so hushed and precise, that it sounds as if it were recorded inside your own head" (2013). Morrison, Alan (December 8, 2013). The Herald (Glasgow). Retrieved August 2, 2017. uk - Vashti Bunyan Official Site. Jo Mango's Hootenanny interview at st. v. This article on a United Kingdom rock music band is a stub.
Murmuration by Jo Mango, released 05 November 2012 1. The Black Sun 2. The Moth And The Moon 3. Blue Dawn Light 4. Ludwig 5. The Freedom Of Seamonsters 6. Kingdom 7. Evermore 8. Every Certainty 9. Crossties 10. Cordelia All songs written by Jo Mango, except track 3: Michael John McCarthy and Jo Mango, track 9: Jo Mango, trad, and track 10: Jo Mango and Adem Ilhan. Performed by Jo Mango and Adem Ilhan with special performances by: Jim Mango Calum Scott Alan Peacock Quinta (musical saw). and the murmuration choir: James Yorkston The Pictish Trail Adrian Crowley Kris Drever Gareth Dickson Ben Harrison Tim Matthew. When We Lived in the Crook of a Tree. The Moth and The Moon, The Black Sun.
When We Lived In the Crook of a Tree - EP. Murmuration. Related Information for Jo Mango Jo Mango - 2007 Jo Mango is uniquely gifted – as a musician and as a performer
Jo Mango is a British alternative folk and acoustic band from Glasgow. Jo Mango is also the adopted name of the lead singer and primary songwriter of the group. Jo has also appeared as a solo artist playing shows across the globe in countries such as America, Australia and Japan. Her tour of America began with a session on Nic Harcourt's show Morning Becomes Eclectic on Santa Monica's KCRW radio station and a performance at South By South West (SXSW) in Austin, Texas.
Design – Bob Rafferty Illustration – Helen Kellock Mastered By – Iain Hutchison Performer – Adam Scott, Calum Scott, Jim Mango, Jo Mango, Katherine Waumsley, Michael John McCarthy Recorded By, Producer – Michael John McCarthy Written-By – Jo Mango, Michael John McCarthy (tracks: 2, 3). Related Music albums to When We Lived In The Crook Of A Tree by Jo Mango.
The Freedom of Seamonsters.
It lived happily with the god-given abilities. The Hospitality of The Pigeon Once upon a time, there lived two pigeons. They were husband and wife. They spend their day looking for food. One evening, the wife returned home early. A usual she was waiting for her husband, when suddenly it started raining. She strated to worry. Where are you, my dear? You never get so late, she whispered to herself. Just then she saw a bird-catcher coming towards her.
A mango is a type of fruit. The mango tree is native to South Asia, from where it has been taken to become one of the most widely cultivated fruits in the tropics. It is also their national fruit. Ripe mangoes are very sweet in taste but they are bitterly sour before they ripen.
4. Take Your Medicine. Mastered At – Glo-Worm Studios. Design – Bob Rafferty. Illustration – Helen Kellock. Mastered By – Iain Hutchison. Performer – Adam Scott, Calum Scott, Jim Mango, Jo Mango, Katherine Waumsley, Michael John McCarthy. Recorded By, Producer – Michael John McCarthy. Written-By – Jo Mango, Michael John McCarthy (tracks: 2, 3).
|1||When We Lived In The Crook Of A Tree||2:59|
|3||Send In The Crows||2:10|
|4||Take Your Medicine||2:16|
- Copyright (c) – Jo Mango
- Mastered At – Glo-Worm Studios
- Design – Bob Rafferty
- Illustration – Helen Kellock
- Mastered By – Iain Hutchison
- Performer – Adam Scott , Calum Scott, Jim Mango, Jo Mango, Katherine Waumsley, Michael John McCarthy
- Recorded By, Producer – Michael John McCarthy
- Written-By – Jo Mango, Michael John McCarthy (tracks: 2, 3)