Backing Vocals [Singers] – Bry Webb, Dallas Wehrle, Devon Knowles, Gavin Gardiner, Joel Gibb, Jonny James, Justin Stayshyn, Katja Canini, Kristy Simpson, Lisa Moran, Michelle Lobkowicz, Molly Jenney, Peggy King, Pete Gazendam, Reg Vermue, Steve Lambke, Tyler Clark Burke, Vish Khanna, Whil Kidman
Mastered By – Jeff Elliott
Mixed By – James Heidebrecht
Performer [Players] – Bob Wiseman, Doug Tielli, James Heidebrecht, Nathan Lawr, Owen Pallett
Performer [Royal City] – Aaron Riches, Jim Guthrie, Lonnie James, Simon Osborne
Recorded By – Andy Magoffin, James Heidebrecht, Jonny James
Songwriter – Royal City
Recorded and mixed at Chemical Sound, Toronto. Mastered at Reaction Studios, Toronto.
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However, Little Heart's Ease does deliver more of the dark but oddly jaunty songwriting that made Royal City's previous album noteworthy: Riches can still deliver lyrics like let my tongue rot in my mouth as sweetly as a lullaby. But Riches' words are darker than his music - although the comparisons to Smog, Damien Jurado, and Will Oldham's many incarnations aren't inaccurate Oldham fans will particularly like the epic Enemy, Royal City crafts a lighter, somewhat sweeter kind of indie-country-rock gloom. Album 2004 12 Songs. Little Heart's Ease. Royal City. Alternative Heart's Ease is Royal City's third album. Bring My Father a Gift 3:02. Jerusalem 3:48. She Will Come 2:37. Count the Days 3:36. Can't You 4:09. Cabbage Rolls 2:53. My Body Is Numbered 5:10. O Beauty - 3:45. Ain't That the Way 2:53. That My Head Were a Spring of Water 2:12. Enemy 5:32. Take Me Down to Yonder River 4:18. Little Heart's Ease CD, Album, Promo. Rough Trade. RTRADCDP151. Little Heart's Ease CD, Album. Royal City chronology. Little Heart's Ease 2004. Royal City 2009. Review scores. This 2000s alternative rock album-related article is a stub. Retrieved from Royal City album&oldid 897909571. Little Heart's Ease is ranked 93,033rd in the overall chart, 20,986th in the 2000s, and 1,991st in the year 2004. Little Heart's Ease by Royal City Year: 2004 Release date: 2004-06-08 Overall rank: 93,033rd. Average Rating: 74100 from 1 vote. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Little Heart's Ease, 2004. Bring My Father a Gift, 03:02. Jerusalem, 03:48. My Body Is Numbered, 05:10. Ain't That the Way, 02:53. Take Me Down to Yonder River, 04:18. Listen free to Royal City Little Heart's Ease Bring My Father A Gift, Jerusalem and more. 12 tracks 43:56. Royal City were a Canadian FolkIndie rock band. Originally from Guelph, Ontario, the band subsequently moved to Toronto, where their folk rock style made them one of the most popular bands on Canada's indie scene. Shortly after the release of Little Heart's Ease the band began an extended hiatus. Singer Aaron Riches currently lives in England pursuing a PhD in theology. The band consisted of Aaron Riches, Lonnie James, Simon Osborne and Jim Guthrie. Summary: The Toronto lo-fi indie-rockers, led by Will Oldham-esque singer-songwriter Aaron Riches, make their Sanctuary debut with this third album. Record Label: Sanctuary. Genres: Indie, Rock. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample
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