Morphine - Good album flac
Morphine - Good (Full Album). WMG; IRICOM, ARESA, Abramus Digital, CMRRA, LatinAutor, BMG Rights Management" и другие авторские общества (6). Композиция. Авторы текста и музыки.
Good is the first album recorded by the Boston-based alternative rock trio Morphine. It was originally released in 1992 on the Accurate label, and then re-released by Rykodisc in 1993. All songs written by Mark Sandman (except as noted). The Saddest Song" - 2:50. Have a Lucky Day" - 3:24. You Look Like Rain" - 3:42. Do Not Go Quietly Unto Your Grave" - 3:21. Lisa" (Dana Colley) - 0:43. The Only One" - 2:42.
While it may not be as stellar as their future releases would be, Morphine's debut album, 1992's Good, did a splendid job of introducing the Boston trio's highly original sound. While it was the alternative crowd who immediately latched onto Morphine, their music was geared more toward the jazz scene - a wailing saxophone, lead bass (played with a slide), and lyrics influenced by '50s beat poetry were all-important ingredients.
You're good, good, good Good You're good, good, good You're good. Somethin' tells me, somethin' tells me Somethin' tells me you can read my mind Somethin' tells me, somethin' tells me Somethin' tells me you can read my mind. Somethin' tells me you can read my mind Your brain is callin' to me one more time. Your brain, your brain Your brain is callin' to me one more time Your brain, your brain Your brain is callin' to me one more time You're good.
All songs written by Mark Sandman (except as noted).
Issued in 1992, Good is Morphine's debut album which introduced the Boston trio and their original cutting edge sound to the world for the first time. With their jazz instruments and beat lyrics, Morphine's music was its own genre right from the start and it struck a major off-kilter chord with '90s alternative fans. The album, music on the album is awesome. It's been around for a good number of years now and we know it. No need to go on any more on the quality of the music. This is about the vinyl re-issue.
6. You Look Like Rain. 7. Do not go Quietly into Your Grave. The Best of Morphine: 1992–1995. Compilation, 2003, Rykodisc.
Morphine Good on 180g LP. Low-rock and fuck-rock are two descriptors enigmatic Morphine front man Mark Sandman used to describe his band’s beat-inspired blues-jazz-rock holy racket. Along with Sandman’s baritone vocal delivery and laconic two-string bass styling, co-founder Dana Colley played a saxophone as his lead instrument of choice instead of the expected guitar, creating a quirky and burning sensibility. Issued in 1992, Good is Morphine's debut album which introduced the Boston trio and their original cutting edge sound to the world for the first time.
This Morphine discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Morphine albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Morphine singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.
But when you come down to it, a lot of Morphine's most impressive songs are remembered for nothing more than standing out on a samey album. The shame or sheer hell- depending on your outlook and/or relation to the band- is that, when all these songs are brought together, they blend together like any other Morphine recording: the ntic-and-back, smoky and solid playing is, for its novelty, monotonous. n This is far, far less than representative of Morphine's greatness; although many of these songs are their best works, it's more of a Morphine intro course than a respectful farewell.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|2||The Saddest Song||2:50|
|4||Have A Lucky Day||3:24|
|5||You Speak My Language
Drums – Billy Conway
|6||You Look Like Rain
Backing Vocals – Dana ColleyDrums – Billy Conway
|7||Do Not Go Quietly Unto Your Grave||3:21|
|9||The Only One||2:42|
|10||Test-Tube Baby/Shoot'm Down||3:11|
|11||The Other Side||3:50|
|12||I Know You (Part I)
Harmonica [Bass] – Jim Fitting
|13||I Know You (Part II)||2:45|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rykodisc
- Copyright (c) – Rykodisc
- Engineered At – The Outpost, Stoughton, MA
- Engineered At – Q Division Studios
- Engineered At – Fort Apache North
- Engineered At – Hi-N-Dry
- Mastered At – Northeastern Digital
- Published By – Head With Wings Music
- Published By – Pubco
- Made By – Disque Americ
- Arranged By – Morphine
- Baritone Saxophone, Saxophone [Other Saxes], Triangle – Dana Colley
- Bass [Slide], Vocals, Guitar, Performer [Tritar], Organ – Mark Sandman
- Co-producer, Engineer – Paul Q. Kolderie (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, 13), Tom Dubé* (tracks: 3, 8, 11, 12)
- Design – Eric Pfeiffer
- Drums – Jerome Deupree (tracks: 1 to 4, 7 to 13)
- Mastered By – Toby Mountain
- Photography By [Back Photo] – Dennis Stein
- Photography By [Inner Photos] – Amanda Cole
- Producer – Mark Sandman
- Written-By – Dana Colley (tracks: 8, 11), Mark Sandman (tracks: 1 to 7, 9 to 13)
NotesCo-produced and engineered at The Outpost, Stoughton, MA, except tracks 3, 8, 11, and 12, which were co-produced and engineered at Q Division, Boston and Fort Apache, Cambridge, MA, and track 6, which was produced at High-N-Dry, Cambridge, MA. Mastered at NDR.
℗ & © 1993 Rycodisc.
Originally released on Accurate Distortion/a division of Accurate Records
Comes in a pale (emerald) green, transparent jewelcase.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 014431026324
- Barcode (Text): 0 14431 02632 4
- Matrix / Runout: DISQUE AMERIC 0DDY1<910>RCD10263
- Rights Society: BMI
|AD-1001||Morphine||Good (CD, Album)||Accurate Distortion||AD-1001||US||1992|
|VACK 1100||Morphine||Good (CD, Album, RE, Gre)||Rykodisc||VACK 1100||Japan||1993|
|RCD 10263||Morphine||Good (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Rykodisc||RCD 10263||Ukraine||1997|
|AD-1001||Morphine||Good (Cass, Album)||Accurate Distortion||AD-1001||US||1992|
|2-1810||Morphine||Good (CD, Album)||Main Records S.A.||2-1810||Argentina||1995|