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Fink - So Long



fink so long
Fink - So Long
(Limited Edition 7") Ninja Tune ZEN7177, 2006-04-03

Tracklisting :
A. So Long
B. All Cried Out

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Press Release :
Following hot on the heels of the his debut single, "Pretty Little Thing," comes this second instalment from Ninja's resident songsmith, Fink. "So Long", recorded at his 7Dials studio, represents the bluesier side of his forthcoming album with a deep groove, bags of soul and Fink's trademark harmonic layers...

Featuring vocal percussionist E Wandan, who provides all the rhythm for the track, "So Long" combines Fink's lyrics, vocals and stripped back production to scintillating effect.

The B-side is Fink's version of Alison Moyet's, "All Cried Out". A highlight from his London ICA set in November of last year, Fink was reintroduced to the tune when he heard it in a bar days before a recording session. Fink wanted to bring the song back to life, and created a faithful and reverent take on this ‘woman scorned' classic.

"So Long", limited 7" released features two of the highlights from the forthcoming Ninja Tune debut album "Biscuits for Breakfast" to be released April 2006.
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