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Tickets for a Prayer Wheel

Sixpence None The RicherAudio CD
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  • Audio CD (January 26, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: R.E.X. Music
  • ASIN: B000008PVF
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #139,926 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Within A Room Somewhere (Radio Edit)
2. Within A Room Somewhere (Demo)
3. Healer
4. Dresses
5. Love Letters In The Sand
6. Carry You
7. Alisha's First Step
8. Solomon The Mystic
9. Bonus Track 1
10. Bonus Track 2

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5.0 out of 5 stars Worth Sixty Times Sixpence September 25, 2002
Format:Audio CD
I'm thinking that the reviewer who didn't care for this disc just doesn't understand the music. Fact is, it's got elements of trance (what the kids today are calling techno with few words, repeating melodies, and a constant soft beat). So if you're looking for straight-up rock 'n' roll, this isn't it. What it is is what says: meditative music (not Tibetan, but Christian). Sure, most of the songs do have lyrics, but the instrumental cuts are truly inspired. Get this disc or the mega-three set for revelatory spiritual communion--I'd sell my tickets, but I want to keep this disc. Oh yeah, "Carry You" is awesome, with just the right blend of vocals and instruments for such a prayerful piece. God Bless SNTR!
P.S. I saw this band in ABQ, NM on 8 Sep 01--they were awesome, and the set they played from their finally (2 yrs late :-( upcoming album "Divine Discontent" was great!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Musical Masterpiece January 4, 2000
By Joshua
Format:Audio CD
Possibly one of the most finest musical EP's ever released. From the beginning to the end, one is surrounded with a musical work of art. Many of the cuts on this one can also be found on _This Beautiful Mess_, a later release, with a few only appearing on this EP. Be sure to let the disc continue to play after the last noted song, for a special surprise version of a great song, "Love, Salvation, The Fear of Death". 5 stars still falls way short of this release!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Even the outtakes are great July 1, 1999
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
This EP consists of the demo version and a remix version of "Within a Room Somewhere" (one of the best songs on "This Beautiful Mess"); two songs that didn't make it onto "TBM" ("Healer" and "Dresses"); two cover songs ("Love Letters in the Sand" and "Carry You"); and two instrumentals ("Alisha's First Step" and "Solomon the Mystic"). It tells you a lot about a band when the songs that didn't make it are still good. The best songs on this EP are the two outtakes and the two instrumental songs. "Solomon the Mystic" really showcases the talent of Matt Slocum; Dale Baker and former Sixpence bassist J.J. Plasencio. Two thumbs and two big toes way up!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Long and Solid EP June 14, 2012
Format:Audio CD
"Tickets for a Prayer Wheel" by Sixpence None the Richer is listed as an EP, but it might just as well have been released as their third regular album. It has a playing time of close to 45 minutes and in that respect actually longer than their debut "The Father and The Widow".

A reason why it was decided to release it as an EP could very well be because composition of the numbers may seem somewhat uneven. It opens with two versions of the fine song "Within a Room Somewhere". Then after a string of subdued songs which stylistically seem very inspired by British folk-rock, the EP closes with three more experimenting tracks.

As mentioned, the group seems very inspired by European folk-music, and you may very well come to think of groups like The Cranberries or Pentangle when listening to songs like "Carry You" or "Dresses". Also Interesting to hear a very original version of the old pop hit "Love Letters in the Sand".

Singer Leigh Nash is much in the foreground during the first part of the EP, and though she does not quite have developed the unique style she is known through later albums, she still comes out pretty strong the picture.

"Alisha's First Step" is a quiet acoustic instrumental, which comes as a very nice extension of the first six numbers. Then the EP takes some radical genre shifts with the highly experimental, and more than six minutes long "Solomon the Mystic" which provide space for improvisations, especially for the guitars. "Love, Salvation, the Fear of Death" is a dance number which is very far from the other numbers, and what the group generally is known for. Personally, I could easily have been satisfied with only the first seven tracks, which would have constituted a homogeneous and very solid release.
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