Of Stone, Wind, and Pillor

Label
The End Records
Date de sortie
2001
Durée de lecture
5 titres
Longueur de l'album
28:00

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    Titre     Durée Auditeurs
1 Of Stone, Wind, and Pillor 7:00 26 045
2 Foliorum Viridium 2:42 36 622
3 Haunting Birds 3:45 36 622
4 Kneel to the Cross 5:54 34 051
5 A Poem by Yeats 8:39 29 684

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  • Equinon

    For those wondering what "pillor" means: It is very likely that it is the word "pillory" which is: 1. a wooden framework with holes for the head and hands, in which an offender was imprisoned and exposed to public abuse 2. attack or ridicule publicly. It makes sense with the lyrics of the title track

    7 mars 20h18m Répondre
  • WasNotWhyNot

    adapting and creating new words is good

    20 avr. 2014 Répondre
  • patryxdeth

    "pillor" doesn't exist as a noun, though... so the list "Stone, Wind, Pillor" doesn't make much sense.

    22 jan. 2014 Répondre
  • patryxdeth

    from OED.com: "pillor, v. = pillory, v. a. To put (a person) in a pillory; to punish by means of a pillory. Now hist. †b. In extended use: to constrict (a person) as though in a pillory. Obs. 2. trans. fig. To abuse, ridicule, or defame (a person or thing); to expose to public abuse or ridicule; to reproach. Etymology: Apparently a back-formation from pillory n., or perhaps < inflected forms of pillory v." => "pillory, n. 1. A device for punishment, usually consisting of a wooden framework mounted on a post, with holes or rings for trapping the head and hands, in which an offender was confined so as to be subjected to public ridicule, abuse, assault, etc.; punishment of this kind. Now hist. 2. fig. Public abuse, ridicule, or defamation; subjection to abuse, humiliation; a place in which a person or thing is subjected to abuse."

    22 jan. 2014 Répondre
  • TabooEv

    "wtf is 'pillor'? " Exactly what I was wondering. But other than that, I must say this is a beautifully crafted EP and I really like the artwork.

    11 oct. 2012 Répondre
  • OzzyMan

    Amazing, like all of their material. hopefully I will be able to put my hands on a physical copy soon.

    9 sept. 2012 Répondre
  • FLAC-vinyl-DLs

    Message me for a 16 bit / 44 kHz vinyl rip of the Demonstration Archive and the Compendium Archive (both include this EP). All tracks are individually split with correct tags. I've uploaded the whole Agalloch discography on sendspace. Get at me.

    14 août 2012 Répondre
  • SeaDogMariner

    Great album, just a shame you can't buy it!

    13 mai 2012 Répondre
  • Pezable

    Amazing EP, plus I have the shirt. :D

    25 jui. 2011 Répondre
  • cdax2307

    wtf is 'pillor'?

    19 fév. 2011 Répondre
  • Pink_Crowley

    Amazing EP. Too bad finding a physical copy is pretty much impossible. [2] Much of Agalloch's material is limited. :(

    24 jan. 2011 Répondre
  • Blood_Red87

    Amazing EP. Too bad finding a physical copy is pretty much impossible.

    9 nov. 2010 Répondre
  • Oskoreii

    Love their older work! the EPs are amazing!

    9 oct. 2010 Répondre
  • Razor745

    Pillor, it turns out, isn't in the free Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary, where you just searched. However, it is available in our premium Merriam-Webster Unabridged Dictionary. To see that definition in the Unabridged Dictionary, start your FREE trial now.

    19 juin 2010 Répondre
  • Patiomkin

    I love that EP.

    10 fév. 2010 Répondre
  • RobertTrujillo

    the combination of foliorum viridium and haunting bird is haunting

    5 jui. 2009 Répondre
  • trScatterbrain

    that would be a pillar

    14 avr. 2009 Répondre
  • Godak

    i always assumed it meant a pillor, as-in a pillor made of stone in a chathedral or other large building.

    6 avr. 2009 Répondre
  • antenasalcielo

    verb (pillor, i, ed) 1. (transitive) To put someone in a pillory. 2. (transitive) To subject someone to humiliation, scorn, ridicule or abuse. 3. (transitive) To criticize harshly. ??

    29 jan. 2009 Répondre
  • guitar_amtr

    Very inspirating music... First, when I heard this music, I was fascinated... This's what I need...

    6 nov. 2008 Répondre
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