Colour Green

Sibylle Baier - Colour Green
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Based on 2 reviews
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Based on 156 ratings
2006 Ratings: #32
Liked by 12 people
January 13, 2006 / Release Date
LP / Format
Orange Twin Records / Label
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her voice rivals vashti bunyan's for my favorite folk vocals ever


'I feel cold. Why can't I hold you in my arms. Told you that life is short, but love is old.'

Sparse, simple songs that envelops like summer breeze to the ears and gentle warmth to the heart. Listening to this feels like watching scenes from the life of a lonely woman.


Colour Green is an album with many beautiful tracks. The opener “Tonight” gently pulls you into this blissful album and the closer “Give me a Smile” perfectly pulls you out with a gorgeous mixture of acoustic guitar and gut wrenching strings. However, the album lacks a bit in terms of instrumentation for me. While I truly enjoy them a lot I just can’t say that they are all that memorable except in the closing track. But thankfully the delicate vocals are fantastic ... read more


wiping away the tears


Remembering The End of the World by Skeeter Davis.


A great addition to the "Album as a form of personal diary" musical universe.

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Track List

  1. Tonight
  2. I Lost Something in the Hills
  3. The End
  4. Softly
  5. Remember the Day
  6. Forget About
  7. William
  8. Says Elliott
  9. Colour Green
  10. Driving
  11. Girl
  12. Wim
  13. Forgett
  14. Give Me a Smile
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Added on: January 24, 2015