|1||A Grave With Many Doors||4:04|
|2||To Sing On This Stage||5:36|
|3||Song For A Brother||4:29|
|4||The Cantabrian Sea||7:17|
|5||The Burden Borne||7:45|
|6||To Chase The Shadow On A Sundial||8:27|
|7||When Flowers Cannot Be Seen For Their Thorns||3:49|
|8||I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings||5:39|
- Performer – Ross Heselton
- Recorded By – Ross Heselton
- Written By – Ross Heselton
NotesA FEW WORDS ABOUT THE BURDEN BORNE:
In the song ‘The Burden Borne’, the burden I sing of is Time: passing, past and yet to come; in ‘To Chase the Shadow’, I sing of doubt, of the absence of truth and certitude, and of the failure of my quests for these; in ‘Song for a Brother’: solitude and longing for belonging and fellowship, of longing for love; in ‘Caged Bird’: living in cages and the yearning for freedom, in ‘By the Window’, those most insufferable diseases whose names are depression, sloth, procrastination, and living with duelling selves within.
Time has now passed, and it is now the songs themselves that have begun to weigh upon me. The oldest among them are now over four years old, and I have not the shoulders to carry them with me any longer, or rather keep chasing after them, if I am to sing a new song.
Let it be clear that I have never wished for these songs to sound the way you are about to hear them.
And it saddens me so.
This album is, in a way, the outcome of a long series of failures— in friendship, in work, in schooling, in music, in hope and in dreaming...
I ended up recording almost all of these songs alone, in my bedroom, on my laptop. The microphones and software I used not good enough for the record to really sound HIFI— not cheap enough for it to really be LOFI. And for these reasons, as the sound of the record goes, I have my proverbial arse between two chairs. Unable to sing these songs again (for now) with the energy they deserve, I have tried running them through tape machines, overdubbing them and whatnot. But having given it some thought, to embellish these recordings, by making them sound dirtier or smoother— be it through protools or a tape recorder— would be an unforgivable lack of honesty. I do not want to make music the way one takes a photograph on Instagram.
A glimpse of what was first intended for these songs— that the crush of circumstance and my many losses of faith have seen me forsake, can be heard on the three track EP ‘Two Songs and a Poem’.
My songs as you will hear them here are nude and crude. The recordings are neither mixed, nor mastered. Perhaps they should be taken rather as an archive, as a trace of what this album could have been.
But if this album is as I say, the outcome of a long, lean, succession of failures, it is also a celebration: of youth, of passion, of courage and curiosity, of hope, dreams and beauty— of the love of one man for his fellow.
Throughout these songs, I sing, as I have said, of burdens. But more importantly— more urgently— I sing of lifting them.
And by giving you these recordings so now am I taking off a load— and in doing that, closing the first book of my journey.
My only regret is to not have been able to give more to these songs, nor more to you.
Here are my songs, my tunes for the taking, for you to do with as you please.
This album is for my friends, my beloved and my family— and for everyman who has or longs for such things.
I thank you all, I really do— each one of you who has helped, heard, listened—
Lent a hand, a heart or head—
It is three in the morning and I am drinking to your health.
C’est un vrai plein d’espoir qui vous parle— et de la pure joie que je vous donne.
Ross Douglas Heselton,
I HAVE MADE A GRAVE WITH MANY DOORS,
SO THAT ALL MY FRIENDS MAY ENTER—
I HAVE MADE A GRAVE WITH MANY DOORS,
AND A HEADSTONE THAT’S MEANT FOR HER FLOWERS.
Short introRoss Heselton, The Burden Borne 2015 Tracklist: 00:00 To Sing On This Stage 05:26 When Flowers Cannot Be Seen For Their Thorns 09:16 The Cantabrian Sea Burden Borne by Ross Heselton, released 03 August 2015 1. To Sing On This Stage 2. When Flowers Cannot Be Seen For Their Thorns 3. The Cantabrian Sea 4. To Chase The Shadow On A Sundial 5. Physical issue of The Burden Borne, handmade, hand-burned and printed in Strasbourg, April 2016. The CD features a bonus track unavailable on digital release called By The Window. The double sided book features, on one side, the lyrics to The Burden Borne-on the other, a book of poems called Nine Poems. In the centerfold there is an A3 fold-out silkscreen print of Quentin Richter's artwork, available in black or gold. Listen to music from Ross Heselton like A Sigh and Nothing More, Lavender & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ross Heselton. Latest release. The burden borne. 1 August 2015. Play album. Do you have any photos of this artist Add an image. Ross Heselton. Performed live by Ross Heselton & Léonie Risjeterre at Le Local, Strasbourg, Words by Ross Heselton, bodhran by Léonie Risjeterre Video by Lucy Miller. Ross is a 1978 studio albumcompilation released by American singer Diana Ross on the Motown label. The album was a mixture of older tunes Ross recorded and newer recordings, side A consisting of four tracks recorded in 1978 and Side B of material recorded between the years 1971 and 1975, but remixed andor extended by Motown in-house producer Russ Terrana specifically for the Ross album. Ross peaked at number 49 on the US Pop Albums chart, and number 32 on Black Albums. The album failed to chart in. Borne By Grace - Kathleen Deignan. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Download and Listen Free Ross Heselton - The Burden Borne ZIP, RAR archives. MP3, FLAC, APE, WMA formats. Singer: Ross Heselton Album title: The Burden Borne Country: France Released: 2015 Style: Ballad Rating: 4. 55 Format: MP3 FLAC DXD ADX AAC AU DXD AA MOD FLAC size: 1338 mb MP3 size: 1944 mb WMA size: 1844 mb. Genre: Pop. Download links. Ross Heselton - The Burden Borne FLAC version RAR archive. Ross Heselton - The Burden Borne MP3 version RAR archive. Ross Heselton - The Burden Borne WMA version RAR archive. Listen album. Folk Metal. Burden Of Ymir. Burden Of Ymir - Hveðrungr - When The Cold Of Niflheim Lays Frost Upon Root. Burden Of Ymir - Alföðr - Leaving The Fields Of Midgard Behind. Burden Of Ymir - Draugadróttinn - Helheim Sends A Host In Greeting. The Burden Borne. The Scythe of Elune. Its Rightful Place. A Foe of the Dark. Following the Curse. Return to Arch Druid Greathoof in the Dreamgrove. Your assistance against the Dark Riders has proven a great service to the Light. You have allowed me to fill my purpose in returning these artifacts to their rightful owners, and for this I am thankful. As for the Scythe of Elune, I can think of no safer place than in your care. Stream Tracks and Playlists from Ross Heselton on your desktop or mobile device
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