Love In A Mist Leaves

Love in a Mist (acronimo Loveinamist) is el cuarto y ltimo lbum europeo de la cantante británica Marianne Faithfull, lanzado en 1960 por el sello discográfico Decca y producido por Mike Leander. It was released on 3 February 1967 and reissued in compact disc format in October 1988 with three more songs as bonus tracks. Several of his songs were released months earlier in the United States, on his album Faithfull Forever....

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Marianne's fourth studio album, 'Love In A Mist' (catalog number LK 4854, mono only), was published on 3 February 1967.

Many of the tunes on 'Love In A Mist' were previously published on Marianne's US-exclusive'Faithfull Forever...'L.P. (which also included music from her last UK album release,'North Country Maid ').

'Love In A Mist' was recorded over a lengthy period of time, starting with February 1966's 'In The Night Time' and concluding with November 1966's 'Is This What I Get For Loving You?'

In Belgium and the Netherlands, the L.P. included 'Is This What I Get For Loving You?', 'Et maintenant', and 'Tomorrow's Calling', but omitted 'Yesterday', 'Counting', 'This Little Bird', 'Ne me quitte pas', and 'Coquillages,' her french language rendition of 'Cockelshells'.

In 1988, the album was reissued on CD with a remastered version that featured previously unheard tracks such as 'Hang On To A Dream,' 'Rosie, Rosie, and 'Monday, Monday.'

In 2013, a remastered version was published only in Japan on SHM-CD. This release includes both the original mono and stereo track listings, as well as an extra track. Singles: Limited editions/Repackaged:

A flowering plant species belonging to the Ranunculaceae family.

Nigella damascena, often known as love-in-a-mist or devil in the bush, is a perennial flowering plant in the buttercup family Ranunculaceae. It is indigenous to southern Europe (but is becoming established in more northern European nations), north Africa, and southwest Asia, where it thrives on neglected, wet areas of ground.

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