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Gods Little Acre - Rand And Holland - Tomorrow Will Be Like Today (CD, Album)


2003
Label: Preservation - PRE002 • Format: CD Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Lo-Fi, Post Rock
Gods Little Acre - Rand And Holland - Tomorrow Will Be Like Today (CD, Album)

 · Tomorrow Will Be Like Today is the debut solo offering from Brett Thompson (a.k.a Rand and Holland), and a fine one at that. With help from fellow Sydney-ites Chris Townend, Scott Horscroft, and (experimental kids take note) Oren Ambarchi, Thompson creates sparse yet somehow lush atmospheres based mostly around his subtle bass and understated voice/5.

God's Little Acre and 6 more Rand And Holland - Tomorrow Will Be Like Today (Album) 3 versions Preservation.

Digital transfers: John Davis. CD Art Direction and Package Design: Doug Haverty. Kritzerland KR Rating: **** Limited edition of copies. As a young teenager I was quite excited by the racy story of GOD'S LITTLE ACRE when it was released in It would be tame by today's standards but back in the '50s this was really hot stuff!

God's Little Acre and 4 more Rand and Holland - Tomorrow Will Be Like Today (Album) 2 versions Staubgold.

The album was recorded in July at Madison Square Garden in New York City and the new version released on September 7, as a Super Deluxe Boxed Set, CD, Vinyl and Digital Versions, plus the full album’s debut release in Hi-Res surround sound on blu-ray. Order your copy now.


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  1.  · Tomorrow Will Be Like Today by Rand and Holland, released 01 January 1. God's Little Acre 2. Open My Eyes 3. Let Me Down Gently 4. Sleepless Nights 5. Everybody Wants To Go 6. Love Is 7. Run Faye Run 8. Tomorrow Will Be Like Today Rand And Holland is the golden pop vehicle of a longstanding member of Sydney's experimental music scene, Brett Thompson.

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