Absolute Grey - Tell Me When It's Over download album
Thomas and Kitchen rejoined the band in time to record the 1989 album Sand Down the Moon, which was issued only by a small Greek label, Di Di Music; the same company also released A Journey Through the Past, a live album, which focused on material which hadn't appeared on the group's studio recordings. Tell Me When It's Over (7").
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While the Dream Syndicate's 1982 debut album, The Days of Wine and Roses, made them an immediate sensation on the post-punk underground scene, their subsequent body of work rarely received the same degree of attention, partly because of the band's deliberate swing away from noisy neo-Velvet Underground jamming after the departure of guitarist Karl Precoda and partly because most. Anyone wanting a crash course in the Dream Syndicate's challenging body of work could hardly do better than to give Tell Me When It's Over a listen.
Provided to YouTube by CDBaby Saving Face · Absolute Grey Greenhouse ℗ 2007 Absolute Grey/Pat Thomas Released on: 2007-01-01 Auto-generated by YouTube. com/watch?v 8KMTVBJvIsY. Absolute Grey from Rochester, New York 1985. Absolute Grey plays live at 288 Lark in Albany, NY in this 1985 video. Playing their version of Dream Syndicate's "Tell Me When It's Over".
It shows the band indulging in a more psychedelic space, leaning towards early Fillmore West music expansion within pop structures, while similarly maintaining diligence in the face of extended jamming proclivities. the mouse ran up the clock!" breaks the otherwise hypnotic and harrowing mood of "Two Years a Handshake". Before they shoot through "Willow" (complete with a brief, quicksilver soaring inside its instrumental break), Absolute Grey use their brief time onstage to breathlessly insist that the audience go see Invisible Party, Pat Casket, and Personal Effects open for Alex Chilton, still relatively unknown himself.
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