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Interlude/Dirigible - Kendra Smith - Five Ways Of Disappearing (CD, Album)

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  1. Five Ways of Disappearing, an Album by Kendra Smith. Released 8 May on 4AD (catalog no. CAD CD; CD). Genres: Dream Pop, Alternative Rock.
  2. Dec 11,  · Five Ways of Disappearing is her oddest release yet, still, it upholds the rule of Kendra. It checks out, The Days of Wine and Roses where she played bass and sung a little number was phenomenal, Rainy Day, the covers album she appeared in alongside pals like Susanna Hoffs or Michael Quercio became quite a charming tribute.
  3. Interlude Dirigible This song is by Kendra Smith and appears on the album Five Ways Of Disappearing (). Instrumental External links Nominate as Song of the Day iTunes: buy Interlude Dirigible Amazon: search for Kendra Smith • Five Ways Of Disappearing • Interlude Dirigible .
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Five Ways Of Disappearing on Discogs. Label: 4AD - 9 ,Warner Bros. Records - 9 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock4/5(19).
  5. Interlude Saturn This song is by Kendra Smith and appears on the album Five Ways Of Disappearing (). Instrumental External links Nominate as Song of the Day iTunes: buy Interlude Saturn Amazon: search for Kendra Smith • Five Ways Of Disappearing • Interlude Saturn Hype Machine: search for Kendra Smith • Interlude Saturn duzilkreeoghmaronagamatius.xyzinfo: search for Kendra Smith • Five Ways Of.
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  7. Watch the video for Interlude: Dirigible from Kendra Smith's Five Ways of Disappearing for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  8. This is one of the coolest records I've ever set eyes on.. Kendra Smith is one of the "great solitaries" of American "popular" music. She was first in the Dream Syndicate and then in Opal for most of the s, finally leaving Opal in (?). I don't now know when the 7" with Keith Levene and Hillel Slovak was released (just bought it on Ebay this weekend; I'll do a writeup when it arrives.

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