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Isobel Campbell

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After vaulting to fame like a founding person in the beloved indie pop collective Belle & Sebastian, Isobel Campbell enjoyed success like a solo artist, saving lush and elegiac chamber pop under her provided name, beneath the moniker the Gentle Waves, along with longstanding duet partner Tag Lanegan. Born Apr 27, 1976, in Glasgow, Scotland, Campbell analyzed traditional cello as a teenager. At age 19, she fulfilled aspiring vocalist/songwriter Stuart Murdoch at a fresh Year’s party, and even though their romance demonstrated brief, she however agreed to take part in a planned documenting program sponsored by Stow College’s Music Business Administration curriculum. Dubbed Belle & Sebastian honoring a precious children’s publication and attendant cartoon series, the group released simply 1,000 copies of its 1996 debut LP, Tigermilk. Its shimmering, literate folk-pop instantly earned an internationally cult pursuing that further extended with the launch of IF YOU ARE Feeling Sinister later on that same yr. On 1998’s The Son using the Arab Strap, Campbell shipped her first business lead vocal, “COULD IT BE Wicked Never to Treatment?” With her ethereal tone of voice and impressive, Jean Seberg-inspired appears, it was unavoidable that she gained much interest from supporters and media as well, and in the springtime of 1999 she released her initial full-length solo task, the Soft Waves’ The Green Areas of Foreverland…. Another and final Soft Waves discharge, Swansong for you personally, followed a calendar year afterwards, but Campbell even so continued to be a full-time person in Belle & Sebastian through middle-2002, co-writing the very best 20 U.K. strike “Legal Man” just before finally exiting before the discharge of Ghost of Last night, a assortment of Billie Vacation covers documented in cooperation with jazz musician Costs Wells. After 2003’s Amorino, Campbell held a minimal profile for quite some time, finally resurfacing within the springtime of 2006 with Ballad from the Broken Seas, a assortment of duets with previous Screaming Trees and shrubs frontman Tag Lanegan. Both once again collaborated on 2008’s Weekend at Devil Dirt and 2010’s Hawk.

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Full Name Isobel Campbell
Profession Composer, Singer-songwriter, Cellist
Nationality Scottish
Music Groups Belle and Sebastian
Music Songs Snake Song, Come on Over, You Won’t Let Me Down Again, Come Undone, Who Built the Road, Ramblin' Man, Seafaring Song, Keep Me in Mind Sweetheart, No Place to Fall, Honey Child What Can I Do, We Die and See Beauty Reign, The Circus Is Leaving Town, Come Walk With Me?, Deus Ibi Est, To Hell & Back Again, Ballad of the Broken Seas, Saturday's Gone, Something to Believe, Get Behind Me, Willow's Song, The False Husband, Black Mountain, Amorino, The Breaking Hands
Albums Hawk, Sunday at Devil Dirt, Milkwhite Sheets, Ballad of the Broken Seas, Swansong for You, Fold Your Hands Child, You Walk Like a Peasant, The Green Fields of Foreverland, The Boy with the Arab Strap, Lazy Line Painter Jane, Dog on Wheels, If You're Feeling Sinister, Tigermilk, O Love Is Teasin', Time Is Just the Same, Amorino, Ghost of Yesterday, Falling from Grace, Weathershow


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Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Time Out of Mind 2014 writer: "A Summer Wasting"
The Art of Getting By 2011 writer: "Sleep The Clock Around"
90210 2010 TV Series 1 episode
(500) Days of Summer 2009 writer: "The Boy with the Arab Strap"
Forgetting Sarah Marshall 2008 writer: "Get Me Away from Here I'm Dying"
Definitely, Maybe 2008 writer: "The Boy with the Arab Strap" 1998
Juno 2007 writer: "Expectations" 1996
Wedding Daze 2006 writer: "Women's Realm"
The Bubble 2006 writer: "Women's Realm"
The Devil Wears Prada 2006 writer: "I Don't Love Anyone" 1993-6
Coachella 2006 Video documentary writer: "The Boy with the Arab Strap"
In Memory of My Father 2005 writer: "The Boy With the Arab Strap", "Sleep Around the Clock", "The Fox in the Snow", "If You're Feeling Sinister", "Judy and Her Dream of Horses"
Swimfan 2002 writer: "Falling From Grace"
Gilmore Girls 2002 TV Series writer - 1 episode
Pumpkin 2002 writer: "Falling from Grace", "The Stars of Track and Field"
Shallow Hal 2001 writer: "Women's Realm"
High Fidelity 2000 writer: "Seymour Stein"

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Belle and Sebastian: If You're Feeling Sinister 2013 TV Movie documentary Herself
Belle and Sebastian: Fans Only 2003 Video documentary

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