The Besnard Lakes: The Besnard Lakes Are The Roaring Night, LP (Vinyl)
The Besnard Lakes: The Besnard Lakes Are The Roaring Night, LP (Vinyl)
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The Besnard Lakes : The Besnard Lakes Are The Roaring Night

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • United States
mit Einlageblatt
  • Jagjaguwar
  • (JAG126)
  • 10 Tracks
  • UPC 656605212616
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • minor surface marks on vinyl, minor shelf wear on sleeve, download code might have been used

tracks

A1

Like The Ocean, Like The Innocent Pt. 1: The Ocean

Synthesizer
  • Jace Lasek
Organ
  • Jace Lasek
  • Sheila Lasek
Piano
  • Jace Lasek
Vocals
  • Jace Lasek
  • Olga Goreas
Guitar
  • Richard White
E Bow
  • Richard White
Drums
  • Kevin Laing
  • Olga Goreas
Bass
  • Olga Goreas
A2

Like The Ocean, Like The Innocent Pt. 2: The Innocent

Synthesizer
  • Jace Lasek
Organ
  • Jace Lasek
  • Sheila Lasek
Piano
  • Jace Lasek
Vocals
  • Jace Lasek
  • Olga Goreas
Guitar
  • Richard White
E Bow
  • Richard White
Drums
  • Kevin Laing
  • Olga Goreas
Bass
  • Olga Goreas
A3

Chicago Train

Electric Piano
  • Jace Lasek
Organ
  • Jace Lasek
Vocals
  • Jace Lasek
  • Olga Goreas
Viola
  • Monica Guenter
French Horn
  • Chris Seligman
Guitar
  • Richard White
Twelve String Guitar
  • Richard White
E Bow
  • Richard White
Drums
  • Kevin Laing
Flute
  • Olga Goreas
Bass
  • Olga Goreas
Arranged By
  • Richard White
A4

Albatross

Twelve String Guitar
  • Jace Lasek
Vocals
  • Jace Lasek
  • Olga Goreas
Guitar
  • Olga Goreas
  • Richard White
Bass
  • Olga Goreas
Trombone
  • Evan Cranley
French Horn
  • Chris Seligman
Drums
  • Kevin Laing
A5

Glass Printer

Bass
  • Olga Goreas
Vocals
  • Olga Goreas
  • Jace Lasek
Guitar
  • Richard White
Drums
  • Kevin Laing
B1

Land Of Living Skies Pt. 1: The Land

Drums
  • Olga Goreas
  • Jace Lasek
Bass
  • Olga Goreas
Vocals
  • Olga Goreas
  • Jace Lasek
Guitar
  • Richard White
Synthesizer
  • Jace Lasek
E Bow
  • Jace Lasek
B2

Land Of Living Skies Pt. 2: The Living Skies

Drums
  • Olga Goreas
  • Jace Lasek
Bass
  • Olga Goreas
Vocals
  • Olga Goreas
  • Jace Lasek
Guitar
  • Richard White
Synthesizer
  • Jace Lasek
E Bow
  • Jace Lasek
B3

And This Is What We Call Progress

Tambourine
  • Jace Lasek
Drums
  • Jace Lasek
  • Kevin Laing
Organ
  • Jace Lasek
E Bow
  • Jace Lasek
Vocals
  • Jace Lasek
Bass
  • Olga Goreas
B4

Light Up The Night

Mellotron
  • Jace Lasek
  • Olga Goreas
Guitar
  • Jace Lasek
  • Richard White
Piano
  • Jace Lasek
Organ
  • Jace Lasek
Vocals
  • Jace Lasek
  • Olga Goreas
Percussion
  • Kevin Laing
Drums
  • Kevin Laing
Bass
  • Olga Goreas
B5

The Lonely Moan

Synthesizer
  • Olga Goreas
Organ
  • Olga Goreas
Vocals
  • Olga Goreas
Omnichord
  • Murray Lightburn
E Bow
  • Richard White
Effects
  • Jace Lasek
Bass
  • Jace Lasek

Credits

Cover
  • Corri-Lynn Tetz
Painting
  • Corri-Lynn Tetz
Design
  • Daniel Murphy
Guitar
  • Jace Lasek
Illustration
  • Todd Stewart
Mastered By
  • Harris Newman
Mixed By
  • Jace Lasek
Performer
  • Jace Lasek
  • Kevin Laing
  • Olga Goreas
  • Richard White
Producer
  • Jace Lasek
  • Olga Goreas
Recorded By
  • Jace Lasek
Written By

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