(Channel)
Details
2014 May 12" UK Coptic Cat BE49502-01
in white sleeve
in screen-printed sleeve
Track Listing
  1. I Remember The Berlin Boys
  2. Spring Sang Dreamt Larks
  1. I Could Not Shift The Shadow
Notes
A 3-track vinyl 12" was made to accompany our recent Channellings in Germany, England and Denmark. The three tracks are very different remixes by Andrew Liles and David Tibet of two tracks from our recent album, I AM THE LAST OF ALL THE FIELD THAT FELL, 'I Remember The Berlin Boys' and 'Spring Sang Dreamt Larks' as well as the original version of the final track, 'I Could Not Shift The Shadow' which had vocals by David Tibet, rather than the vocals that Nick Cave later contributed. 500 copies were made in silkscreened sleeves featuring paintings by David Tibet and designed by Ania Goszczyńska and are inserted into a PVC cover silkscreened on one side in red ink. The disc itself is black vinyl with full colour labels. 250 of the sleeves were printed in white ink on black card, and 250 were printed in black ink on white card.
(Channel)
Details
2014 May 12" UK Coptic Cat BE49502-01
in black sleeve
in screen-printed sleeve
Track Listing
  1. I Remember The Berlin Boys
  2. Spring Sang Dreamt Larks
  1. I Could Not Shift The Shadow
Notes
A 3-track vinyl 12" was made to accompany our recent Channellings in Germany, England and Denmark. The three tracks are very different remixes by Andrew Liles and David Tibet of two tracks from our recent album, I AM THE LAST OF ALL THE FIELD THAT FELL, 'I Remember The Berlin Boys' and 'Spring Sang Dreamt Larks' as well as the original version of the final track, 'I Could Not Shift The Shadow' which had vocals by David Tibet, rather than the vocals that Nick Cave later contributed. 500 copies were made in silkscreened sleeves featuring paintings by David Tibet and designed by Ania Goszczyńska and are inserted into a PVC cover silkscreened on one side in red ink. The disc itself is black vinyl with full colour labels. 250 of the sleeves were printed in white ink on black card, and 250 were printed in black ink on white card.