Compared to the wispy jangle rock that passed for much of college radio at the time, the Feelies proposed a different path with the songs' steady pace and murkier feeling.
Crazy Rhythms is the debut studio album by American rock band The Feelies. It was released in April 1980, through record label Stiff. Its fusion of post-punk and jangle pop was influential on the forthcoming alternative rock genre, with . among others citing the album as an influence. Although it was not commercially successful initially, it has remained critically lauded in the decades since its release.
Erscheinungsdatum 1986. Labels Rough Trade Records Domino Records Twin-Tone Records. Musik GenrePost-punk. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen5. 4. Slipping (into Something). 5. When Company Comes. 6. Let's Go. 7. Two Rooms.
One has a tan label with black print, the other has a silver label with blue print. I bought the album new in the 80's and it came with the tan label. Reply Notify me Helpful. My copy of this has the same label on both sides of the record featuring the song titles from side 2. Anyone else have this issue? Reply See 1 reply Notify me Helpful.
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Album · 1985 · 11 Songs. Six years after releasing a debut that would stand as a critical achievement decades later, a slightly different lineup of the Feelies produced a second record, one with softer edges and a mellower world view. Although The Good Earth feels like the band traded in amphetamines for decaf chai and yoga, the album carries nearly the same weight as Crazy Rhythms in terms of its critical success and influence.
Album The Good Earth. The Good Earth Lyrics. You know what the others know Seven years stay at home Talk about the old fun People never listen hard. I can't stay It's got to be that way Can't be alone I guess that you know. Many times I heard you say Try and last just one more day Listen to the rain again Trying hard to understand.
Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: November 2, 2015 - The Feelies – The Boy With Perpetual Nervousness, My Little Red Book (2015). April 10, 2011 - The Feelies – Here Before (2011).
The Good Earth is the second album by American alternative rock band The Feelies. It was released in 1986 on Coyote Records, six years following their debut album Crazy Rhythms. The original LP was contained in a sleeve designed by Glenn Mercer, featuring a front cover photo of the band by bassist Brenda Sauter and a back cover photo by John Baumgartner with coloring by Sauter. The Feelies: Crazy Rhythms, The Good Earth". Retrieved November 10, 2015.
|A1||Crazy Rhythms (Inc.)|
|A2||I'm A Believer|
|A4||Fa Cé La|
|A5||Everybody's Got Something To Hide (Except Me And My Monkey)|
|B1||Run Run Run/European Son/What Goes On|
|B4||She Said She Said|
|B5||The Good Earth|
|B6||Slipping (Into Something)|
- Bass Guitar – Brenda Sauter
- Drums – Stanley Demeski
- Electric Guitar – Bill Million, Glen Mercer*
- Percussion – Dave Weckerman
- Vocals – Brenda Sauter, Glen Mercer*
- Vocals – Bill Million
NotesRecorded Friday, November 21st, 1986 at "Old Daddy", Oberhausen, Germany.
Engineered by Don "The Bong" Sternecker.
Photos by John Baumgartner.
Licensed from Twin/Tone Records Group.
(C) Coyote Records
(P) Rough Trade Records
Distributed in the U.K. by the Cartel
Made in England
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: 310 014 A
- Matrix / Runout: 310 014 B