The Rails - West Heath EP flac album
Title: West Heath EP
MP3 album: 1598 mb
FLAC album: 1495 mb
Other formats: AA APE VOC MP3 WMA DTS VOX
Genre: Folk / World music
The Rails is a folk rock band from London, England, composed of husband and wife James Walbourne and Kami Thompson. Thompson and Walbourne first met during the recording sessions for Versatile Heart by Thompson's mother Linda Thompson in 2007.
On 5 May 2014 The Rails released their debut album Fair Warning which peaked at number 95 on the UK Album Chart. Martin Kelly, the manager of the band, convinced Island Records to resurrect its pink label design for the release of the album . All but two of the songs on the album, including three re-recorded tracks from the Dead Flamingos Habit EP, are written by Thompson and Walbourne
West Heath School is an independent school in Sevenoaks, Kent. It caters for children for whom mainstream schooling has become insufficient, for varying reasons. The school's motto is "Rebuilding Lives Through Education. The school, founded in its current form as a charitable trust on 14 September 1998 as the Beth Marie Centre, is based in 31 acres (13 ha) of parkland on lease from Mohamed Al-Fayed, who contributed almost £3 million towards the school.
West Heath's 20th Anniversary. Mo Jamil - Winner of The Voice to sing at West Heath. Palace Visit for our Assistant Head of Residential.
There are many highlights tonight with the classic love song ‘William Taylor’, Fair Warning, the title track of the album and the excellent Borstal which allows James to crank it up to eleven in an explosive solo his father in law would be proud of. Tonight was the perfect blend of light and shade and if this is the direction of folk in the UK then I for one am on board.
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- Mastered By – Bill Inglot, Dave Schultz
- Mixed By – Edwyn Collins (tracks: 1,2,4), Sebastian Lewsley
- Photography By – Paul Kelly
- Producer – Edwyn Collins (tracks: 1,2,4), Sebastian Lewsley (tracks: 1,2,4), The Rails
- Recorded By – Edward Haber (tracks: 3)