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  1. Tojasar
    Porta Bohemica is a welcome release. Her performance matches that on Fourth Corner with a more controlled and refined production. The result is a more accessible but equally stunning album. This lady delivers with a combination of vocal skill, intensity and passion that not many others can match/5(21).
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  2. Tumuro
    Oct 23,  · Label: Unday Records - UNDAYLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Belgium • Genre: Blues, Pop • Trixie Whitley - Porta Bohemica (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore4/5(17).
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  3. Kazicage
    Apr 16,  · Label: Unday Records - UNDAYPIC • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition, Picture Disc • Country: Belgium • Genre: Blues, Pop • Trixie Whitley - Porta Bohemica (, Vinyl) | Discogs 4/5(6).
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  4. Mirg
    Porta Bohemica by Trixie Whitley, released 17 October 1. Faint Mystery 2. Salt 3. Closer 4. Hourglass 5. Eliza's Smile 6. Soft Spoken Words 7. New Frontiers 8. Witness 9. The Visitor.
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  5. Zulujora
    Acclaimed singer-songwriter Trixie Whitley, was inspired by the concept of such remote journeys when choosing a title for her latest album. Porta Bohemica, her sophomore release, represents an introspective expedition into the depths of her creative identity, culminating in her resolve to fearlessly let go of gratuitous baggage, not needed on future travels.
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  6. Kajikasa
    Trixie's second album on a gatefold LP + download card. Artwork by Victor Robyn Also available on a digipack cd. Faint Mystery Salt Closer Hourglass Eliza's Smile Soft Spoken Words New Frontiers Witness The Visitor. Sold Out. Like it.
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  7. Salabar
    Trixie Whitley - Porta Bohemica (CD) Trixie's second album on a digipack cd Artwork by Victor Robyn Also available on a gatefold LP+download card. Faint Mystery Salt Closer Hourglass Eliza's Smile Soft Spoken Words New Frontiers Witness The Visitor. Add to cart. Like it. Tweet it. Tweet.
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  8. Daill
    Oct 24,  · Trixie Whitley’s latest release is a more refined sound overall than when I first heard her with Daniel Lanois in Black Dub - reviewed here; a Noisetrade Mixtape here - and I miss a little the rawer sound of that vocal, but the tracks on this album are classy, and there are elements of BD’s more sultry singing [and similar atmospheric guitar work] on a song like Eliza’s Smile, where the.
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