This was originally released with a small poster by Chris Williams of Plastic Flame Press. Limited to 240 copies and given away to attendees of the Chicago PRF BBQ 2013.
Polly Jean Harvey MBE (born 9 October 1969) is an English musician, singer-songwriter, writer, poet and composer. Primarily known as a vocalist and guitarist, she is also proficient with a wide range of instruments. Harvey began her career in 1988 when she joined local band Automatic Dlamini as a vocalist, guitarist and saxophone player. The band's frontman, John Parish, would become her long-term collaborator. In 1991, she formed an eponymous trio and subsequently began her professional career
On vous présente le nouveau bassiste de Polly Jean ! Welcome Matthieu ! Polly Jean updated their cover photo.
harvey jean jean harvey slow drug huh her. 117 notes. After weeks with this album however, the following becomes clear: Polly and Mick Harvey, John Parish, Flood, have challenged themselves into making an album of notable difference to everything released throughout PJ Harvey’s illustrious, forever-changing career. This is nothing like a minimal, exposed and challenging solo work (‘White Chalk’) or a kaleidoscopic, stadium-ready breakthrough (‘Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea’).
Album The Lower Side of Uptown. Polly Jean, let your hair down But let me see your face Where I've been doesn't matter now My history erased. Come float a little low into my arms And shine a little light, and let me know you are. Polly Jean Polly Jean Polly Jean Polly Jean. Polly Jean, my desire Let me see your face Let me breathe in your fire And breathe out your grace. Come float a little low and sing to me Your voice is my hope, you sing and I breathe. Polly Jean Polly Jean Polly Jean Polly Jean Polly Jean. I can see you floating Floating in the water Out in the water A little closer A little closer I can almost touch Closer Let me take your hand.
In geometry, a nonagon (/ˈnɒnəɡɒn/) or enneagon (/ˈɛniəɡɒn/) is a nine-sided polygon or 9-gon. The name "nonagon" is a prefix hybrid formation, from Latin (nonus, "ninth" + gonon), used equivalently, attested already in the 16th century in French nonogone and in English from the 17th century. The name "enneagon" comes from Greek enneagonon (εννεα, "nine" + γωνον (from γωνία "corner")), and is arguably more correct, though less common than "nonagon".
Written-By – PJ Harvey