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🎼 Roddy Frame - The North Star (5 Points From) Album
Folk Rock
  • Performer:
    Roddy Frame
  • Title:
    The North Star (5 Points From)
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    Folk Rock
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    1377 mb
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    1191 mb
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    1727 mb
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    Cassette, Single Sided, Mini-Album, Promo


1Bigger Brighter Better
2The North Star
3Reason For Living
4Hymn To Grace
5River Of Brightness


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ISOM 14Roddy Frame Five Points From The North Star ‎(CD, Promo, Smplr)IndependienteISOM 14UK & Europe1998


The North Star is the debut album by Scottish singer-songwriter Roddy Frame, released on 3 November 1998 by Independiente. It features the single Reason for Living, which peaked at number 45 on the UK Singles Chart. All tracks are written by Roddy Frame. Roddy Frame vocals, guitar, bass, mandolin. Andy Claine backing vocals. Yolanda Charles bass. Claire Kenny bass. Jeremy Stacey drums. Mark Edwards keyboards, piano, organ. Luis Jardim percussion. Barriemore Barlow percussion. Listen free to Roddy Frame Five Points From The North Star Reason For Living, Bigger Brighter Better and more. 5 tracks 18:17. River or Brightness is a particularly beautiful standout track, where Frame's mandolin creates poetical dense waves of charm. There's not really much sonic difference from an Aztec Camera release, as every album was basically a Roddy Frame solo affair, in that he's written almost every Aztec Camera song on his own. Bigger Brighter B. The North Star. Roddy Frame - The North Star 1998. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Folk-Rock Indie Pop. Roddy Frame. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Preview, buy and download songs from the album The North Star, including Back to the One, The North Star, Here Comes the Ocean and many more. Buy the album for 9,99 . Songs start at cheapestTrackPrice. Pop 1998. Surf is the second solo album by Scottish singersongwriter Roddy Frame, first released in the UK on 5 August 2002 via Redemption Records, and in the US on 8 October 2002 via Cooking Vinyl. Surf is notable in that every song on the album was recorded in Roddy Frame's own front room. Burhan Wazir, writing for The Observer, likened the album to Steve Earle's Train a Comin', declaring it wonderfully understated, and noting a distinct departure. Roddy Frame's Solo Album shines as brightly as anything he did as Aztec Camera. Both are 5 star works without a doubt. This is brilliannt, panoramic, atmospheric pop rock that Scots seem to excel at. Americans might need a bit adjusting to the UK style production, but they are unlikely to hear anything so tuneful on their radio. The North Star sounds like a self conscious return to form album after a couple of gorgeously aching but commercially ignored releases Dreamland and Frestonia. The songs are more upbeat than comes naturally to Roddy in his 30's. Roddy doesn't rock, so the result is an album of mid-tempo mush. The North Star Q&A. Writers Roddy Frame. More Roddy Frame concert statistics of The North Star by Roddy Frame played live. Check out who covered the song and in which years it was played and how often. From the release The North Star Album. First Played in Concert November 16, 1998 by Roddy Frame at Glee Club, Birmingham, England. Most Recently Played May 22, 2014 by Roddy Frame at O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire, London, England. Report a problem: Wrong album assigned. Performing Artists. Roddy Frame - North Star The 1998. 1 product rating Write a review. 1 users rated this 5 out of 5 stars1