Mumford and Sons Quotes (Author of Sigh No More)
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When year-old Marcus Mumford decided to give up studying classics at Edinburgh University to pursue a career in music, it might have seemed a bold gamble. He met double bass player Ted Dwane through his work with folk singer Laura Marling. It was during his time as a session drummer with Marling, for her album Alas, I Cannot Swim , that he made his songwriting breakthrough. While Marling was doing press interviews, Mumford had some spare time in a London studio and decided to try writing a song. The composition ended up being a key track on Sigh No More. In that time, they worked out which tracks to cut loose on when it came to recording the album at Eastcote Studios. Behind the singing and vocal harmonies, the overarching sound on Sigh No More is bluegrass banjo underpinning acoustic guitars, strings and horns.
West London band's faux family business actually sounds like a business, one supplying value-added products at discount prices. Rather, it's a play at quaint family businesses run by real people in real small towns, trades passed down through generations: both independent yes, as in indie and commercial. It's a shallow cry of authenticity, but this West London quartet really does sound more like a business than a band, supplying value-added products at discount prices. Their debut, Sigh No More , is stocked with group harmonies straight from the Fleet Foxes warehouse, exaggerated earnestness on consignment from the Avett Brothers, some of the same rock "real"-ness that built the Kings of Leon brand, second-hand drama from that run on Keane a few years ago, and some insistent Gomez rusticisms gathering dust in the back room. It's not spot-the-influence if they're pushing them on you with a salesman's insistence. By spreading their attention around so many different trends, they aim to do many things adequately-- perhaps to distract you from an inability to do any one thing especially well. They love big moments and acoustic instruments, so you might call what they do hoedown pop, although that might be giving them too much credit: Every hoedown on Sigh No More-- every rush of instruments in rhythmic and melodic lockstep-- conveys the same sense of hollow, self-aggrandizing drama.
Oct 2, Sigh No More Lyrics: Serve God, love me and mend / This is not the end #THE BEAUTY OF LOVE This is the first song on Mumford & Sons'.
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Serve God love me and mend This is not the end Lived unbruised we are friends. And I'm sorry I'm sorry Sigh no more, no more One foot in sea, one on shore My heart was never pure And you know me And you know me And man is a giddy thing Oh man is a giddy thing Oh man is a giddy thing Oh man is a giddy thing Love that will not betray you, dismay or enslave you It will set you free Be more like the man you were made to be There is a design An alignment to cry At my heart you see The beauty of love as it was made to be Love that will not betray you, dismay or enslave you It will set you free Be more like the man you were made to be There is a design An alignment to cry At my heart you see The beauty of love as it was made to be. You will get 3 free months if you haven't already used an Apple Music free trial. Type song title, artist or lyrics. Top lyrics Community Contribute Business. Sign in Sign up.