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9 thoughts on “ High Water - Uncle Tupelo - Anodyne (CD, Album)

  1. Anodyne is the fourth and final studio album by alternative country band Uncle Tupelo, released on October 5, The recording of the album was preceded by the departure of the original drummer Mike Heidorn and the addition of three new band members: bassist John Stirratt, drummer Ken Coomer, and multi-instrumentalist Max band signed with Sire Records shortly before recording Genre: Alternative country, country rock.
  2. Original album (tracks 1–12) released as Sire/Reprise # Tracks 13–15 are previously unissued outtakes from the album sessions, which was recorded entirely live at Cedar Creek Recording in Austin, Texas, in May and June /5(22).
  3. Uncle Tupelo's marriage of punk rock animus with the simplicity of American roots music ignited a major movement heralding rock's return to traditional country origins. Anodyne, their release, was widely considered their definitive work. The disc reinterprets country, rock, and folk idioms with the compelling vision that was Tupelo's own/5(64).
  4. The album loses steam a little bit near the end. High Water kinda drags along, and No Sense In Lovin' is decent. Had they got rid of those 2 songs, I would've gave this a 5. However, the sad refrain of Steal The Crumbs makes up for it. This is a fantastic album, a little bit off the path, but accesiable enough for the modestly interested. Buy /5(64).
  5. Apr 10,  · referencing Anodyne, LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Cle, RCV1 , Great dynamics on this press. A touch on the bright side if we’re being critical, but it’s a great listen/5().
  6. Uncle Tupelo never struck a finer balance between rock and country than on Anodyne, their major-label debut and parting all of the ill will undoubtedly simmering throughout these sessions, Jay Farrar and Jeff Tweedy have never before been more attuned to each other musically; where earlier records often found the band's twin forces moving in opposing directions, Anodyne bears the full.
  7. Originally released in , Uncle Tupelo's Anodyne was both a beginning and end for these Americana pioneers. As the St. Louis–based band's major-label debut, the album was a consolidation of the roots and rock styles that had informed their music to date, and, seemingly, a blueprint for future energizing fusions of rock, country, and folk -- exemplified early on by the bristling rock Price: $
  8. "Anodyne" was recorded in and was the fourth and final album by the giants of alternative country Uncle Tupelo. By the time this record came out the two principal songwriters Jay Farrar and Jeff Tweedy bitterly resented each other's presence on the planet and would shortly split with a deep level of acrimony which has yet to heal/5(27).
  9. Jun 08,  · Category Travel & Events; Song High Water; Artist Uncle Tupelo; Album High Water; Licensed to YouTube by WMG (on behalf of Reprise); LatinAutor, BMG .

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