- The Sea
- Rome Wasn't Built in a Day
- World Looking In
- Undress Me Now
- Part of the Process
Let Me See
жанры: trip-hop, chillout, downtempo, electronic
альбомы: Big Calm, Get Mashed!, Parts of the Process, The Platinum Collection
- Открытка с текстом
Who can you trust when you need to? Why do we rust when we heed you? Crashin' back down to earth I've found We can loveOh, let me see All of the places that I can be Oh, let me know All of the places where we can goDo you ever think in bubbles? Do you ever shake up troubles? Fallin' apart right from the start Crawling 'roundOh, let me see All of the places that I can be Oh, let me know All of the places where we can goShow us how to stand up, strong Waitin' for you takes so, long Shadows leave us standing naked We can't fake itOh, let me see All of the places that I can be Oh, let me know All of the places where we can goOh, let me see All of the places that I can be Oh, let me know All of the places where we can go
Big Calm (released in 1998) is the second album by Morcheeba. "The Music That We Hear", included on special-edition versions of the album, is a reworking of "Moog Island" from Morcheeba's first album, Who Can You Trust?.
The album cover was inspired by that of the 1966 Ray Conniff compilation Hi Fi Companion. (*View image)
The song "The Sea" was used as the theme tune for the UK reality TV show Shipwrecked, in a set of advertisements for TDT TV, and in the Thomas Cook advertisements starring Jamie and Louise Redknapp. It was also used in a 1998 episode of the original Top Gear when James May was reviewing the Rover 75.
The song "Part of the Process" was used in the fourth season Daria episode "Fire!" as Daria looks over her shoulder at Jane and Tom leaving Jane's house.