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  1. Jan 10,  · Section 19 (When The Fool Becomes A King) Section 20 (Together We're Heavy) The Adventure Of Listening The Anthem For Summer Camp: It's The Sun: Light & Day: When The Foot Becomes A King: Soldier Girl: Hanging Around The Day (Parts 1&2) It's The Sun: Confessions Of An Investigator: Light & Day/5(84).
  2. Section 19 (When The Fool Becomes A King) Section 20 (Together We're Heavy) The Polyphonic Spree: Together We're Heavy Sell This Version: none: The Polyphonic Spree: Together We're Heavy ‎ (CDr, Album, Promo) Good Records: none: UK: Unknown: Sell This Version: MS ST The Polyphonic Spree: Together We're Heavy /5(12).
  3. Jan 10,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Together We're Heavy on Discogs. Label: Hollywood Records - • Format: CD Album, Enhanced DVD DVD-Video • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock, Psychedelic Rock/5(23).
  4. The Polyphonic Spree ‎– Together We're Heavy Label: Hollywood Records ‎– , Good Records ‎– , Disneyland ‎– none4/5(8).
  5. * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review Substance exceeds style on Together We're Heavy, as Spree ringleader Tim DeLaughter unleashes a torrent of pet sounds by his twenty-five-member musical mayrepakesighjaz.netbamacosinaroszogafilsapen.co all but a few remaining enthusiasts of Sixties sunshine pop, the robe-clad troupe's debut, The Beginning Stages of.
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  7. So the back to the first gig, The Polyphonic Spree began July 15, with an opening slot for Grandaddy and Bright Eyes in Dallas, TX. And shortly after this show the band added more musicians. Then, they set about recording something. The initial recording contained nine sections which and been performed at their first show plus one more; Section 10 – Long Day.
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  9. The first nine of its 19 chapters are concerned with monophonic chant, a notational system for representing melodies (dasian notation), a description of the modes based on both final and ambitus (but not of modal octave species), vocal exercises for practising different modal characteristics (determined by the placement of the semitone), and.

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