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Pass In Time- The Definitive Collection


Download links and information about Pass In Time- The Definitive Collection by Beth Orton. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Electronica, Jazz, Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Bop genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 02:01:08 minutes.

Artist: Beth Orton
Release date: 2003
Genre: Electronica, Jazz, Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Bop
Tracks: 24
Duration: 02:01:08
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No. Title Length
1. She Cries Your Name 4:46
2. Someone's Daughter 3:35
3. Touch Me With Your Love 5:27
4. Sugar Boy 4:21
5. Galaxy of Emptiness 10:07
6. I Wish I Never Saw the Sunshine 4:43
7. Best Bit (featuring Howard Gott, Sarah Wilson, Ted Barnes, Henry Olsen, Will Blanchard) 4:16
8. The Same Day 4:52
9. Stolen Car 5:28
10. Sweetest Decline 5:39
11. Pass In Time 7:17
12. Central Reservation (The Then Again Version) 3:57
13. Concrete Sky 4:34
14. Thinking About Tomorrow 6:40
15. Central Reservation (Spiritual Life - Ibadan Edit) 4:04
16. Where Do I Begin 6:32
17. Stars All Seem to Weep 5:09
18. Safety 2:09
19. Pedestal 4:57
20. Dolphins (featuring Terry Callier, Martin Duffy, Howard Gott, Sarah Wilson, Ted Barnes, Henry Olsen, Will Blanchard, Dave Friedman, Boscoe D'Olivera, Frey Smith) 4:17
21. It's Not the Spotlight 3:55
22. Don't Wanna Know About Evil (Don't Wanna Know 'Bout Evil) 5:31
23. Where Do You Go 3:45
24. Water from a Vine Leaf 5:07



BMG UK gathered nearly all of Beth Orton's brightest moments for Pass in Time: The Definitive Collection. This double-disc set does a decent job presenting Orton's undeniable gift as an artist, and those who are introduced to her for the first time here will be thoroughly impressed. Those longtime fans who already own her first three albums and the Best Bit EP might be puzzled at Pass in Time's unfashionably early arrival; however, the 24-song compilation merits the same consideration given to Orton's previous work. The second disc of B-sides, rarities, and remixes is more than enough to warrant attention, for the ten-song selection includes her stunning collaborations with the Chemical Brothers ("Where Do I Begin"), Terry Callier ("Dolphins"), and William Orbit ("Water from a Vine Leaf"). The original B-side to "She Cries Your Name," "It's Not the Spotlight" was exclusively reworked for Pass in Time, but the biggest surprise lies in the inclusion of two tracks from her Superpinkymandy album. With a little nudge from Orbit, Orton first introduced herself with this experimental-dance effort, which was only available in Japan and is now out of print. The glittering electronic twist of John Martyn's "Don't Wanna Know 'Bout Evil" and the gentle humming of "Where Do You Go?" give a glimpse of Orton's pre-commercial solo days. Pass in Time is a worthwhile collection, but the time of its release remains in question. Orton has just gotten started and her work is far from conclusive.