Marions - Origin Of Birds album flac
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Drums – Martin SörbomGuitar, Bass, Glockenspiel, Saxophone – Henrik von EulerOrgan, Percussion, Zither – Sæmundur GrettissonVocals, Written By – Maria Törnqvist
Backing Vocals – Anna-Maria EspinosaDrums, Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Written By – Henrik von EulerOrgan, Percussion, Written By – Sæmundur GrettissonVocals, Written By – Maria Törnqvist
Bass – Andreas SöderströmDrums – Martin SörbomGuitar, Percussion, Written By – Sæmundur GrettissonKeyboards, Saxophone, Backing Vocals, Percussion, Written By – Henrik von EulerVocals, Written By – Maria Törnqvist
Guitar – Andreas SöderströmGuitar, Written By – Henrik von EulerRecorder – Sæmundur GrettissonVocals, Written By – Maria Törnqvist
|5||This Is Where Our End Begins
Backing Vocals – Anna AdenijiBacking Vocals, Saxophone, Drums, Keyboards, Guitar, Bass, Glockenspiel, Written By – Henrik von EulerKeyboards, Percussion – Sæmundur GrettissonVocals, Percussion, Written By – Maria Törnqvist
|6||Once In A Lifetime
Glockenspiel, Keyboards, Guitar, Written By – Henrik von EulerVocals, Written By – Maria Törnqvist
|7||Looking For Your Kind
Bass – Herman ArfwedssonGuitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Written By – Sæmundur GrettissonSaxophone, Keyboards, Percussion – Henrik von EulerVocals, Written By – Maria Törnqvist
Glockenspiel, Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Percussion, Written By – Henrik von EulerPercussion – Martin SörbomVocals – Pelle LindrothVocals, Written By – Maria Törnqvist
|9||For Some Time
Accordion, Organ – Sæmundur GrettissonBass – Herman ArfwedssonDrums – Martin SörbomKeyboards, Guitar, Harmonica, Glockenspiel – Henrik von EulerVocals, Written By – Maria Törnqvist
- Manufactured By – Optimal Media Production
- Recorded At – Temporary Studios
- Cover – Martin Ander
- Mastered By – Henrik von Euler
- Recorded By, Producer, Mixed By – Marions
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (As printed): 7-320470-109342
- Barcode (String): 7320470109342
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Marions – Origin Of Birds. Label: Flora & Fauna – FFCD27. Mastered By – Henrik von Euler. Recorded By, Producer, Mixed By – Marions.
The evolution of birds began in the Jurassic Period, with the earliest birds derived from a clade of theropoda dinosaurs named Paraves. Birds are categorized as a biological class, Aves. For more than a century, the small theropod dinosaur Archaeopteryx lithographica from the Late Jurassic period was considered to have been the earliest bird. Modern phylogenies place birds in the dinosaur clade Theropoda
The Origin of Birds by Dinosawh, released 06 June 2014 1. Zip Ties & SSRIs 2. Cure for Cancer 3. Cancer Strikes Back 4. Tide Rider 5. Old Friend 6. Zeroes & Ones 7. TMI 8. Oh Charlatan Me 9. The Magpie & The Maremma 10. Apophenia 65 million years in the making. Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Paying supporters also get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app. ^ Download the album to receive some liner notes and a bonus track!^ Purchasable with gift card.
Marions - ‘Origin of Birds’ The sole album from Sweden’s Marions, in fact their entire discography appears to stretch to this (9 songs in 25 mins) from 2009 and another track on a compilation. I saw them in Stockholm in 2008 having heard Another Hour, really lovely show but I’m not sure my drunk Scotsman chat with the band in the bar after went down all that well. Musically it’s subtle and gentle, maybe a wee bit of The Concretes or early Lykke Li, with more of a shuffle, more languid. Maria’s vocals and diction are clear as a bell.
Cover – Martin Ander Mastered By – Henrik von Euler Recorded By, Producer, Mixed By – Marions.
The discovery that birds evolved from small carnivorous dinosaurs of the Late Jurassic was made possible by recently discovered fossils from China, South America, and other countries, as well as by looking at old museum specimens from new perspectives and with new methods. The hunt for the ancestors of living birds began with a specimen of Archaeopteryx, the first known bird, discovered in the early 1860s. Like birds, it had feathers along its arms and tail, but unlike living birds, it also had teeth and a long bony tail.
The origin of birds is one of the most interesting questions in palaeontology and evolution. Birds evolved from theropod dinosaurs during the Mesozoic era. Thomas Henry Huxley ("Darwin's bulldog"), who was a comparative anatomist, made a study of this nearly 150 years ago. He compared the first fossil bird, Archaeopteryx, with a small theropod dinosaur, Compsognathus. They are two fossils from the same place and time: the Solnhofen limestone in Bavaria, Germany