Fitzcarraldo (1995 album)

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Fitzcarraldo
Studio album by The Frames DC
Released November 1995
Genre Rock
Length 49:21
Label ZTT Records / Warner Music UK
Producer Pete Briquette
The Frames DC chronology
Another Love Song
(1992)
Fitzcarraldo
(1995)
Fitzcarraldo
(1996)

Fitzcarraldo is the second studio album by The Frames, released under the moniker The Frames DC to avoid confusion with the American band of the same name. Another version of the album would be published in 1996. The album was released on ZTT Records in November 1995. The Frames' line-up for Fitzcarraldo features Glen Hansard on guitar and vocals, Colm Mac Con Iomaire on violin, Graham Downey on bass guitar and keyboards, Dave Odlum on lead guitar, Paul Brennan on drums and Noreen O'Donnell on backing vocals. They also featured Pete Briquette on keyboards & programming, Dee Armstrong on viola and Kevin Murphy on cello.[1] It was recorded at Totally Wired Studios, Dublin by Ivan O'Shea and Tom Skerrit and produced and mixed by Pete Briquette.

The title track's name comes from Werner Herzog's 1982 film Fitzcarraldo which frontman Hansard describes as being about a man "pulling a ship over a mountain".

Track listing[edit]

  1. Revelate (4:02)
  2. Angel At My Table (3:54)
  3. Monument (3:33)
  4. In This Boat Together (4:20)
  5. Giving It All Away (4:10)
  6. Say It To Me Now (5:34)
  7. Denounced (4:13)
  8. Red Chord (4:27)
  9. Roger (3:23)
  10. Fitzcarraldo (11:35)
  11. Your Face (Hidden track)

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