Uncle Tupelo - Still Feel Gone (Expanded Edition) Advance mp3 album
1990 studio album by Uncle Tupelo. Uncle Tupelo chronology. No Depression (1990). Still Feel Gone (1991). No Depression is the first studio album by alternative country band Uncle Tupelo, released in June 1990. After regaining the rights to the album through a lawsuit, Uncle Tupelo released a remastered version in 2003 through Legacy Records, expanded to include six bonus tracks.
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Released September 17, 1991. Still Feel Gone Tracklist. Still Feel Gone Q&A. Ask us a question about this album. Top Still Feel Gone scholars. Producers Paul Q. Kolderie & Sean Slade. Writers Jay Farrar, Jeff Tweedy, Mike Heidorn & 1 more. More Uncle Tupelo albums. Show all albums by Uncle Tupelo.
Album · 1991 · 18 Songs. 1991, 1992, 2003 Uncle Tupelo Partnership. More By Uncle Tupelo. See All. Uncle Tupelo 89/93: An Anthology.
After ripping it up on No Depression and Still Feel Gone, their first two albums of twangy punk rock, Uncle Tupelo unplugged for this remarkable tribute-half originals, half political and religious covers-to the band's old-time influences. While the new songs of frontmen Jay Farrar and Jeff Tweedy are consistently strong here (especially Farrar's "Grindstone"), the album's haunted covers of old folk songs are the true keepers. This album has a perfect blend of original songs, and traditional songs the band learned from a Missouri folk compilation tape they heard. Its also good to see a CD that has worthwhile liner notes.
Looking For A Way Out (3:40). Fall Down Easy (3:08). Still Be Around (2:44). Watch Me Fall (2:12).
Uncle Tupelo released their final album 'Anodyne' on October 5th, 1993. Anodyne smoothed the jarring, start-stop rhythms of the band’s first two records, No Depression and Still Feel Gone, into a straight-ahead steamroll behind new drummer Ken Coomer. Farrar’s barbed guitar riffs sear on Chickamauga, where he compares a crumbling relationship to a Civil War bloodbath. Quieter moments such as the title track flex the strength of new t Max Johnston, who played dobro, banjo and fiddle, and former guitar tech John Stirratt, who held down bass when Tweedy switched to guitar. Despite the buzz, Uncle Tupelo never had a hit.
Uncle Tupelo was an alternative country music group from Belleville, Illinois, active between 1987 and 1994. Jay Farrar, Jeff Tweedy, and Mike Heidorn formed the band after the lead singer of their previous band, The Primatives, left to attend college. The trio recorded three albums for Rockville Records, before signing with Sire Records and expanding to a five-piece. Shortly after the release of the band's major label debut album Anodyne, Farrar announced his decision to leave the band due to a soured relationship with his co-songwriter Tweedy . Still Feel Gone, with a more layered sound, was also produced by Kolderie and Slade, with contributions by Slade, Henneman, Rich Gilbert, Chris Bess of Enormous Richard, and Gary Louris of The Jayhawks.
Lyricist：Jay Farrar, Mike Heidorn, Jeff Tweedy. Been traveling around some Crossing people's paths Some they stand right in your way Others like to watch you pass. Been trying to memorize All the different lies That people must tell themselves Each night to justify their lives. Don't call it nothing This might be all we'll ever have. Held myself for ransom Wandered so blind I found roads less traveled To take you off my mind.
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|2||Looking For A Way Out||3:40|
|3||Fall Down Easy||3:08|
|5||Still Be Around||2:44|
|6||Watch Me Fall||2:12|
|10||True To Life||2:22|
|13||If That's Alright||3:13|
Written-By – J. Farrar*
|15||I Wanna Destroy You
Written-By – R. Hitchcock*
|16||Watch Me Fall (Demo)||2:07|
|17||Looking For A Way Out (Demo - Fast Version)||2:02|
|18||If That's Alright (Demo - Fast Acoustic Version)||3:03|
- Producer [Original Recordings] – Paul Q. Kolderie, Sean Slade
- Producer [Reissue] – Bob Irwin, Darren Salmieri
- Written-By – J. Farrar*, J. Tweedy*, M. Heidorn*
NotesFor promotional use only — Not for sale.
Tracks 14-18 are bonus tracks on this reissue.
Track 15 previously unreleased on CD.
Tracks 16-18 previously unreleased.
|Rock 6070-2, ROCK6070-2||Uncle Tupelo||Still Feel Gone. (CD, Album)||Rockville, Rockville||Rock 6070-2, ROCK6070-2||US||1991|
|Rock 6070-2||Uncle Tupelo||Still Feel Gone. (CD, Album)||Rockville||Rock 6070-2||US||1991|
|BUFF 001CD||Uncle Tupelo||Still Feel Gone. (CD, Album)||Yellow Moon Records||BUFF 001CD||UK||1991|
|MOCCD 13191||Uncle Tupelo||Still Feel Gone (CD, Album, RE, RM, Sup)||Sony Music, Columbia, Legacy, Music On CD||MOCCD 13191||Europe||2014|
|MOVLP1618||Uncle Tupelo||Still Feel Gone. (LP, Album, RE, RM, 180)||Music On Vinyl||MOVLP1618||Europe||2016|