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Local Natives - Hummingbird mp3
Interprète: Local Natives
Titre: Hummingbird
Publié sur: 29 Jan 2013
Label: Frenchkiss Records
Pays: US
Style: Indie Rock
Catalogue #: FKR065-1
Genre: Rock
Classement: 4.7
Votes: 869
Formats: Vinyl, LP
Taille du MP3: 2275 mb


3Black Spot
Cello – Clarice Jensen
Handclaps, Bass [Additional], Guitar [Additional] – Aaron Dessner
5Wooly Mammoth
Bass – Aaron Dessner
6Mt. Washington
Double Bass [Upright Bass] – Raymond RichardsTambourine, Bass [Bass Pedals], Organ, Synthesizer [MS-20] – Aaron DessnerTrombone – Dave Nelson
7Three Months
Cello – Clarice JensenOrgan [Additional] – Aaron DessnerTrombone – Dave NelsonViola – Beth MeyersViolin – Yuki Numata
8Black Balloons
Bass – Aaron Dessner
Cello – Clarice JensenTrombone – Dave NelsonViola – Beth MeyersViolin – Yuki Numata
10You & I
Trombone – Dave Nelson
11Heavy Feet
Cello – Clarice JensenGuitar [Additional] – Aaron DessnerTrombone – Dave NelsonViola – Beth MeyersViolin – Yuki Numata


  • Arranged By [Horns]Aaron Dessner (tracks: B4)
  • Arranged By [Strings & Horns]Bryce Dessner (tracks: A1, A2, B1, B5)
  • Art DirectionLocal Natives
  • EngineerAaron Dessner, Marcus Paquin (tracks: A1 to B3, B5, B6), Mike Post (tracks: B4), Raymond Richards (tracks: B4)
  • Mastered ByJoe Lambert
  • Mixed ByBrian McTear (tracks: B4), Jonathan Low (tracks: B4), Peter Katis (tracks: A1 to B3, B5, B6)
  • Mixed By [Additional Mixing]Greg Georgio
  • Performer [Local Natives Are]Kelcey Ayer, Matthew Frazier, Ryan Hahn, Taylor Rice
  • ProducerAaron Dessner, Local Natives, Raymond Richards (tracks: B4)
  • Producer [Additional Pre-production]Aaron Dessner
  • Producer [Pre-production]Local Natives
  • Recorded By [Additional Recording]Bennett Paster
  • Written-ByLocal Natives
  • Written-By [Additional Writing]Aaron Dessner (tracks: A2, A5, B3)


Heavyweight gatefold sleeve, heavyweight inner sleeve, lyric sheet, poster & download card.

Standard edition black vinyl.



  • Mastered At – Joe Lambert Mastering


Hummingbird is the second studio album by American indie rock band Local Natives, released on January 29, 2013 on Frenchkiss Records in the US, and on Infectious Records in Europe. Produced by The National guitarist Aaron Dessner, the album was preceded by the singles, Breakers and Heavy Feet. Breakers reached 12 on the Billboard Top 200. The song Mt. Washington was also featured in the 2015 video game Life Is Strange. Local Natives. Released January 28, 2013. Hummingbird Tracklist. You & I , Local Natives' second album, offers a tricky answer to that question. They're still on the same path- no fashionable synths or newfound fixation with 1990s R&B here- but innovation seems beside the point. This is a record of lateral growth, one that finds the band establishing their own place among their contemporaries. Album 2013 12 Songs. With help from co-songwriter and producer Aaron Dessner who also plays guitar in The National, the primal rhythms and '80s post-punk angularity of their preceding recordings are noticeably absent. Listen free to Local Natives Hummingbird You & I, Heavy Feet and more. 11 tracks 43:50. Hummingbird is the second studio album by Los Angeles-based indie rock band Local Natives. Stream Hummingbird, a playlist by Local Natives from desktop or your mobile device. Album Name Hummingbird. Type Album. Released date 29 January 2013. Labels FrenchKiss Records Infectious Records. Music StyleAlternativ Rock. Members owning this album0. You & I. Other productions from Local Natives. Gorilla Manor. Local Natives' sophomore effort, 2013's Hummingbird, is a more atmospheric and introspective collection of songs in contrast to the band's effusive 2009 breakthrough debut Gorilla Manor. Perhaps it has something to do with the parting of bassist Andy Hamm, who left the band in 2011. More likely, it is the influence of producer and the National guitarist Aaron Dessner, who also co-wrote some of the songs on Hummingbird. Hummingbird is a first for Local Natives in a number of ways. Following well-received debut Gorilla Manor in 2009, it is the first album the band has made without bassist Andy Hamm, who split from the group in 2011. Its the first to have been recorded outside of their native California, and also marks the first time they have worked with an outside producer. Following a support tour with The National, the quartet was drawn to the idea of escaping the distractions of their home state. They decamped to the New York home studio of The Nationals Aaron Dessner the same place that Sharon Van E

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