It's All Meat - You Don't Notice The Time You Waste download mp3 album
The Album: It’s All Meat (1970) 01. You Don’t Notice The Time You Waste (3:23) 02. Make Some Use Of Your Friends (3:36) 03. Crying Into The Deep Lake (9:10) 04. Roll My Own (5:45) 05. Self-Confessed Lover (4:32) 06. If Only (4:18) 07. You Brought Me Back To My Senses (3:21) 08. Sunday Love (9:19) The First Single (1969) 09. Feel It (3:27) Unreleased & Demos (1969-1971) 10. Pity In The City (2:42) 11. (I Need Some Kind Of) Definite Commitment (Baby) (2:38) 12. Astrology (3:09) 13. I Don’t Need You Above Me (3:47) 14. Can’t Get Together (1:55) 15. If Jesus Were Alive Today (2:38).
It’s All Meat were a late 60s/early 70s band that hailed from Toronto and released this excellent album in 1970 (Columbia). Prior to that, It’s All Meat had been known as The Underworld. There are a bunch of good, solid stonesy garage rockers that form the axis of this lp: Make Some Use Of Your Friends, Roll My Own, You Brought Me Back To My Senses, and You Don’t Know The Time You Waste. The latter track would be released as the group’s second and final single but Roll My Own and Make Some Use Of Your Friends were just as good, featuring fine psychedelic guitar work and raw vocals. It’s All Meat is a fine, consistent trip all the way thru. It’s one of the best late period (really late) garage rock albums I know of. The album’s hard rock and proto-punk sounds give it a nice, visceral edge (by Jason).
Complete your It's All Meat collection. 録曲. You Don't Notice The Time You Waste. Make Some Use Of Your Friends. Crying Into The Deep Lake. Roll My Own. Self-Confessed Lover. You Brought Me Back To My Senses.
Productive people don’t waste their time on things that emotionally drain them. If you believe it won’t, then think about saying no to it. Also, don’t feel obligated to give an answer right at the time you’re being asked to do something. Think before you say yes and know that it’s OK to say no to requests for your time. Related: Defend Your Boundaries to Take Back Control. 4. Productive, successful people don’t worry about things they can’t control.
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- Written-By – MacKay*, McKim*
NotesSome with B&W picture sleeve with lyrics on the back.
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