Heart Full Of Holes - Mark Knopfler - Kill To Get Crimson (CD, Album)

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  1. Mark Knopfler - Kill To Get Crimson' music CD album at CD Universe, 1, True Love Will Never Fade 2, The Scaffolder's Wife 3, The Fizzy And The Still 4, Heart Full.
  2. CD Additional comments: Promotional interview CD for the release of the Kill to get crimson album. Only the answers of Mark Knopfler are recorded. Total playing time is about 11 minutes, perfect sound quality. It's a CD-R release, printed disc, issued in a clear plastic sleeve.
  3. The CD is a good album for those who want a quiet music. The best tracks are "The Fizzy And The Still", "We Can Get Wild", "Punish The Monkey" "Let It All Go" and "Behind With The Rent". The versatility of Mark Knopfler is somehow shown in this album. Note 7. Good!/5().
  4. Jan 01,  · Preview, buy and download songs from the album Kill to Get Crimson, including "True Love Will Never Fade," "The Scaffolder's Wife," "The Fizzy and the Still," and many more. Buy the album for $ Songs start at $
  5. Me with my heart full of holes. All my yesterdays broken, a watch with no face. All battered and old. Bits of the movement all over the place. And a heart full of holes. A heart full of holes. Heart full of holes. A heart full of holes. Heart full of holes. Brass knuckles and banjos are out on the town. At the knees-up in Teddy Boys Row.
  6. Of all Mark Knopfler's albums (post-Dire Straits), my opinion is that this is his best. From "True Love Will Never Fade" to "Heart Full of Holes" virtually all tracks carry an emotional gut-punch that is rare today. For those who run their own businesses, I particularly like "Scaffolder's Wife".
  7. Given that Kill to Get Crimson follows Mark Knopfler's yearlong collaboration with Emmylou Harris-- inaugurated by the album All the Roadrunning and followed by a tour, subsequently documented on the live set Real Live Roadrunning-- it might be reasonable to presume that it bears a slightly heavier folk influence, as if Emmylou had rubbed off on the guitarist. And that's true to a certain extent: "Heart Full of Holes.
  8. General CommentMy understanding of the "Kill to get Crimson" album is that it's a book of biographical short stories (maybe a couple of them semi-autobiographical).I think this one is about an old pawn broker, probably in London, maybe a refugee from the Nazis (the reference to repair the officer's watch or die) Possibly based on a Knopfler relative, his father escaped to Scotland from the Nazis.

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