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Runtime: 22'35''

«Daniel Catarino wrote: 'This album is about departure'. And when you get to the end of the ten+ minutes of 'Heartattack and Wine' you know exactly what he meant. But this could also be an album about Saudade, that famous portuguese word that has no translation and is always connected to Fado. Yeah, could be. Because saudade - something about missing and longing for someone, someplace or something - is also about departure, because when you feel saudades, that's because someone left or you left someone or someplace behind. The first track has that feeling written allover.

So 'Midnight Lullabies' is about departure. Leaving. Going away. It's sad and beautiful and melancholic all at the same time. If you've listened to all the previous releases by Long Desert Cowboy here at test tube, then you know what it's all about. Essential guitar drones.» - Pedro Leitão

Downloads:

01 • Heartattack and Wine ............................................................ pt us
  [10'17'' • 23,7Mb • 320Kbps]
02 • Way Down in the Well ............................................................. pt us
  [9'50'' • 22,7Mb • 320Kbps]
03 • Get Beyond the Mule ............................................................... pt us
  [2'28'' • 5,86Mb • 320Kbps]
  • artwork ................................................................................... pt us
  [PDF-Zip • 3,10Mb]
  • all tracks + artwork ................................................................ pt us
  [Zip • 54,7Mb]

Reviews:

«Genericamente, é mais um belíssimo registo de Long Desert Cowboy.
Cativado pela saudade dos que partiram, para algures, por caminhos terrenos ou etéreos, Daniel Catarino oferece-nos 22′35” de uma melancolia fascinante; de uma beleza minimal; de uma tristeza comovente. É mais um registo de Long Desert Cowboy.»
- A Trompa / January 04, 2010

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