Old Growth is the sixth album by the Washington, . based rock band Dead Meadow. It was released in 2008 by Matador Records on CD and LP. "Ain't Got Nothing (To Go Wrong)" - 6:58. Between Me and the Ground" - 3:15. What Needs Must Be" - 4:20. 'Till Kingdom Come" - 4:05. The Great Deceiver" - 3:06. The Queen of All Returns" - 5:33. Keep on Walking" - 3:01. Hard People/Hard Times" - 4:22
Stoner rock trio Dead Meadow recorded their fifth studio album, 2008’s Old Growth, at an Indiana farmhouse and the legendary Sunset Sound in Los Angeles, the city where these Washington . stoners decided to set down new roots. The band works out a boogie-influenced three-minute near-pop number with Between Me and the Ground. What Needs Must Be stays in the blues-shuffle pocket with sudden subtle shades of flickering guitar jetting above its placid surface
To them, Dead Meadow made (I'm paraphrasing from hazy memory) "blunted head-nod shit. And so, for at least a few, the . band's endlessly languid psyche-rock riffage made them functionally pretty similar to, say, Pete Rock. Like Pete Rock, Dead Meadow have spent years working variations on an introverted thump, switching up their endless-repeat rhythmic ebb and flow just enough to stay interesting. Inertia's always been there in the music, but it's never made its presence felt quite as much as it does on Old Growth. And so the album's standout moment is the only one where they show some teeth. 'Till Kingdom Come" is a slow, woozy jam, and nothing immediately sets it apart from anything else here. But then you notice that the central riff is genuinely heavy, that the band seems locked-in and alive.
Old Growth Tracklist. 1. Ain't Got Nothing (To Go Wrong) Lyrics. 2. Between Me And The Ground Lyrics. 3. What Needs Must Be Lyrics.
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Compared to earlier releases this album uses less orted guitar tones for the main body of the songs, but you will hear these tones in the solos executed to perfection. Old Growth doesn't get as deep into dark moods and atmospheres, doesn't seem to have the energy or power of the first two albums, a more folk mellow vibe, but still Dead Meadow. While the guitar tones are more clean, there are very interesting textures and dynamics in the guitar sound. I love the Telecaster sound Jason Simmons gets. I hear he put out a solo album too.
Album by Dead Meadow. Ain't Got Nothing (To Go Wrong). Between Me And The Ground. What Needs Must Be. Down Here. The Queen Of All Returns. Hard People, Hard Times.
|1||Ain't Got Nothing (To Go Wrong)||6:59|
|2||Between Me And The Ground||3:16|
|3||What Needs Must Be||4:17|
|5||'Till Kingdom Come||4:06|
|8||The Great Deceiver||3:07|
|9||The Queen Of All Returns||5:33|
|10||Keep On Walking||3:01|
|11||Hard People / Hard Times||4:22|
- Art Direction, Design – Frank Longo
- Artwork [Gatefold Painting] – Charles Wish
- Artwork [Lettering & Wood Burning] – Stephen McCarty
- Bass, Recorded By – Steve Kille
- Drums – Stephen McCarty
- Engineer [Additional Engineering Assistance] – Brian Coates, Clifton Allen
- Mastered By – Howie Weinberg
- Photography By [Cover & Band Photo] – Aaron Giesel
- Producer [Additional], Mixed By [Mixed & Pieced Together With Love & Attention] – Dave Schiffmann*
- Recorded By [Overdubs & Extra Instrumentation] – Rob Campanella*
- Vocals, Guitar [Guitars] – Jason Simon
Notes2008 ООО "Союз Мьюзик" по лицензии BEGGARS UK LIMITED
|olé 750 2||Dead Meadow||Old Growth (CD, Album)||Matador||olé 750 2||UK||2008|
|OLE 750-1||Dead Meadow||Old Growth (2xLP, Album)||Matador||OLE 750-1||US||2008|
|OLE 750-2V||Dead Meadow||Old Growth (CD, Album, Promo)||Matador||OLE 750-2V||US||2008|
|olé 750 2||Dead Meadow||Old Growth (2xLP, TP)||Matador||olé 750 2||US||2007|
|OLE 750 CD||Dead Meadow||Old Growth (CDr, Album, Promo)||Matador||OLE 750 CD||Unknown|