Friday, October 23

Feelies - NYC '89 + Portland '88

2 separate shows; 2 separate downloads
The Bottom Line
New York, NY
January 20, 1989 
(early show)

audience recording (sound quality VG+; all-around excellent recording, from master tape source)

SAMPLE: "I Wanna Sleep In Your Arms" (NYC '89)

artwork included (music is just the early show)

01 Only Life
02 Deep Fascination
03 Higher Ground
04 The Undertow
05 Dancing Barefoot (Patti Smith cover) 
06 Too Much
07 For Awhile
08 Take It As It Comes (Doors cover)
09 The Final Word
10 Away
11 Slipping (Into Something)
12 Moscow Nights
13 Too Far Gone
14 Sedan Delivery (Neil Young cover)
15 I Wanna Sleep In Your Arms
     (J. Richman cover)
16 Crazy Rhythms

MUCHOS GRACIAS to the taper, and to Brandon for the recent share.

MP3@320
  
Pine Street
Portland, OR
November 4, 1988

audience recording (sound quality VG; takes a little while for sound guy to get his groove on; quality improves by track 4)


SAMPLE: "Everybody's Got Something to Hide" (Portland '88)

 
01 Egyptian Reggae
     (J. Richman cover)
02 On the Roof 
03 Original Love
04 Fun to Be Happy
     (Love Tractor cover)  
05 Real Cool Time (Stooges cover) 
06 She Said She Said (Beatles cover)
07 Mannequin (Wire cover)  
08 See No Evil (Television cover) 
09 Two Rooms 
10 The Last Roundup
11 Fa Ce-La 
12 Run Run Run/ European Son/ 
     What Goes On
     (Velvet Underground covers)
13 Everybody's Got Something to Hide
     (Except Me & My Monkey)
     [Beatles cover]
14 I'm a Believer (Monkees cover) 
15 Roadrunner (Modern Lovers cover) 
16 Powderfinger (Neil Young cover)

MEGA THANKS to the taper, Dartman for sharing, and to Brandon for the recent share.

The Feelies:
Glenn Mercer - vocals, lead guitar
Bill Million - guitar
Brenda Sauter - bass, vocals
Dave Weckerman - percussion
Stanley Demeski - drums

 
MP3@320

REPERCUSSIONThe dB’s have indirect connections to The Feelies. One example: Anton Fier, who for a time was drummer for The Feelies, went on to found The Golden Palominos, which roped in both Chris and Peter for collaborative efforts. The dB’s and The Feelies also have Hoboken, N.J. in common. While they were in the NYC area, The dB’s often played in Hoboken, at times recorded there, and Gene Holder lived there for many years.

Learn more about The Feelies’ music at the band’s web site, their Facebook pages, or AllMusic
     

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