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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (July 2008) We Are Little Barrie Studio album by Little Barrie Released February 7, 2005 (UK) June 28, 2005 (U.S.) Genre Indie rock Alternative rock Blue-eyed soul Funk rock Length 46:36 Label PIAS, Artemis Records, Hostess Professional reviews Allmusic link Little Barrie chronology We Are Little Barrie (2005) Stand Your Ground (2006) We Are Little Barrie was the debut album from Little Barrie, released in 2005. They recorded the album over a series of 23 Wednesdays at producer Edwyn Collins’ West Heath Studios. Barrie said about the album "When we were doing the first album, we didn't have a record deal, so there was no real pressure on us. We could make the album exactly how we wanted to." The album was recorded on two live rooms with the idea of catching the freshness of a live performance. "Playing straight into the amps, playing all the backing tracks live, and doing no more than three takes" were in Cadogan's words the basis for the recordings. Among the gear used in the studio were a ’62 Gibson ES-330, a Traynor Studio Mate, a Gretsch Chet Atkins and a Fender ’69 Vibralux 2x10. The mics were mostly old Neumanns—although the odd [Shure] SM57 was used, as well. Contents 1 Track listing 2 Personnel 2.1 Production 3 External links // Track listing "Free Salute" – 3:51 "Burned Out" – 3:33 "Greener Pastures" – 3:36 "Be the One" – 3:50 "Please Tell Me" – 4:19 "Well and Truly Done" – 4:07 "Stone Reprise" – 1:03 "Stones Throw" – 2:46 "Long Hair" – 3:10 "Thinking on the Mind" – 3:29 "Move on So Easy" – 5:38 "Living in and Out of Place" – 5:09 "Freeprise" – 2:05 Personnel Barrie Cadogan – guitar, vocals Wayne Fullwood – drums, vocals Lewis Wharton – bass Production Production: Edwyn Collins, Sebastian Lewsley, Little Barrie Mastering: Chris Potter at Alchemy Recording: West Heath Studios External links Free Salute video Guitar Player interview