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  • Audio CD (1 Jun 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Touch & Go
  • ASIN: B00004WH9J
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 328,877 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. We Always Knew
2. Guess I'll Forget You
3. Once Said At The Fires
4. Waterfront (The Sinking Road)
5. Till We Have To Say Goodbye
6. I Know Your Ways
7. Never From This Heart
8. A Heart Like Mine
9. The War Is Over
10. On Ships Of Gold

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By daniele soffritti on 2 Oct 2014
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
A good start for anyone new to The Black Heart Procession 10 Mar 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Just let me start off by saying that I LOVE this band and everything they do! Their sound is so amazing, so different that you really can't compare it to anything else, you just have to listen to it and give it a try. But as for the three albums, I would have to say that I like this one the least, not that I dislike it it. In fact, I like it a lot, enough to give it 5 starts. It's just that I enjoy 1 and 2 that much more, above 5 stars. And I don't think of their music as depressing, but instead beautiful, memserizing. I can't get enough!
If you're not familiar with The Black Heart Procession, then I think Three would be a good start considering the music is a bit more upbeat (I guess not as dark as the other two). If you decide that you do like Three, then get their other CD's. You will not be disappointed. The key here is that you have to ease into this style of music. If you jump directly into 1 and 2, you may be pushed away because of the new and different sound.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
CMJ review of "Three" 19 Jan 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The Black Heart Procession creates some of the darkest, most melancholy soundscapes heard in a long time. The band revolves around Tobias Nathaniel and Paul Jenkins, both formerly of San Diego's Three Mile Pilot. Nathaniel's piano and organ work create a sparse, wintry feel, while Jenkins's vocals are plaintive and somber. Jason Crane of Rocket From The Crypt augments "Never From This Heart" with a trumpet sound that adds to the feeling of longing, isolation and regret that permeates the track. Also creating a sense of seclusion and distance is the duet between Jenkins and Kazu Makino of Blonde Redhead during "On Ships Of Gold." Makino's vocals are recorded from a long distance phone call, and eerily weave into Jenkins's. The instrumentation throughout is minimalist, but has an astonishing density. Horns, organ and a musical saw add a sense of mystery to the album. The Black Heart Procession captures the sound of broken hearts and broken lives. Three -- like such moody watersheds as the Cowboy Junkies' Trinity Sessions and The Cure's Seventeen Seconds -- triumphantly creates an atmosphere and maintains it until the curtain falls. - Michael Dabaie: CMJ New Music Report Issue: 681 - Sep 04, 2000
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
spooky piano/bass rock 15 Sep 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
this album is plenty eerie. i actually don't own black heart procession 2, but i do have their first album. the first one has about four songs that are so good you almost can't believe it. and about six songs that are interesting, but that you end up skipping because they're so slow, so eerie, in this cowboy way (the focus of that album), that you feel the trail dust rise up and begin to claim you. this album, 3, is a giant leap forward from that. all the songs are good. some are stand-outs: "once said at the fires" and "a heart like mine". but i don't find myself skipping over other songs to reach them. i've had this album about a week and i've probably listened to it more than i listened to their first album in the two years i've had it around. it's eerie, it's spooky, they're using more drums now, the organs are still there. you feel all blustery when you listen to it - like windy winter woods or like you're on an ocean voyage. and though it may seem too much, all the lyrics about hearts hit right. it's cohesive, but not staid. i like it lots.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
If you like the BHP.... 30 Jan 2006
By Logan Seguin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you like the BHP's style, and enjoyed 2, this album is for you. They stick with the same basic structure of emphasis on piano, with guitar and light drums (and dont forget the saw and background effects) which prove to once again blend together perfectly. It seems like a continuation of "2" with just more of an emphasis on drums. I must admit that it took me more listens to truely appreciate this album, but in the end, i feel that it just may be their best. A dark but beautiful third album by one of my favorites.
good album not their best 24 Nov 2012
By L. S. Dubsky - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The black heart procession makes some great music and I've seen them live doing some awesome tunes. This album isn't as good as the "amore del tropico" record in my opinion but these are the only two albums I've listened to by this band. just my opinion, everyone is entitled to their own specific music taste but this is a great band!
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