Green River - Dry As A Bone mp3 herunterladen
Written-By – Tales Of Terror
- Bass – Jeff
- Drums – Alex
- Guitar – Bruce, Stone
- Layout – Linda Owens
- Management – Michael Larson
- Photography By – Charles Peterson
- Producer, Engineer – Jack Endino, Jeff Ament
- Vocals – Arm
Recorded at Reciprocal Recording 8 Track, July 1986.
Tupelo Recording Company - manufactured and distributed by Revolver, UK via The Cartel, Deutchland via Rough Trade.
- Licensed From – Sub Pop Records
- Recorded At – Reciprocal Recording
Dry as a Bone - Green River. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Dry as a BoneRehab Doll is a compilation album by the American rock band Green River. Dry as a Bone 1987, their second EP, together with Rehab Doll 1988. Dry as a Bone is the second EP by the American rock band Green River. It was released in July 1987 through Sub Pop Records. In July 1986, the band began production on its second EP with local producer Jack Endino at Reciprocal Recording in Seattle, Washington. Green River chose to record Dry As a Bone for Bruce Pavitt's new label, Sub Pop Records. However, Pavitt couldn't afford to release it until the following year, and, as had happened with Come On Down, the record was delayed. Dry As a Bone was. Dry as a bonerehab doll is a very good album, but also has some huge negativities as well. The instrumental play of an all star grunge lineup that makes up Green River kept me listening, and came up catchy time and time again. In the end Id say Dry as a bonerehab doll is a great album, without its negative tendencies that dont go away it would easily be a superb album, but every album has its strengths and weaknesses. Dry as a bonerehab doll is a must buy for grunge fans, and definitely something new to check out for all music listeners. While Green River made their recorded debut with the 1985 EP Come on Down, their second 12-inch, 1987's Dry as a Bone, sounded tougher and livelier, and they seemed to have better worked out the proportions of their influences which was ultimately as important as the ingredients themselves. Where Come on Down often seemed sludgy and out of focus, the five songs on Dry as a Bone hit their targets with greater force, and the snarl of Mark Arm's vocals was better integrated into their arrangements. Dry As A Bone. Green River - Dry As A Bone 1987. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Green River. Songs in album Green River - Dry As A Bone 1987. Green River - This Town. Green River - . Green River - Ozzie. Green River - Unwind. Green River - Baby Takes. Total votes: 4. Other albums by Green River. Come On Down. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Green River are known best for having broken up. Any retelling of the history of the Seattle music boom in the 1990s worth its wack slacks will explain how the 1988 demise of Green River begat Mudhoney and Mother Love Bone, which begat Pearl Jam, which ultimately begat platinum records and global pandemonium and the upending of underground culture. But before all that begatting, there were some records after 30-plus years of exhaustive hindsight and recontextualization, Green Rivers songs have aged better than many of their better-known contemporaries. Taken as a whole, they remind us that h. Band Name Green River. Album Name Dry As a Bone. Type EP. Released date June 1987. Other productions from Green River. Rehab Doll - Dry As a Bone. Rehab Doll. Music World Lyrics G Green River Albums Dry As A Bone. Green River Album. Give until it hurts 4x. Down inside and dry as a bone Baby's upstairs all alone Outside and wet like a fish Baby took too much to give Baby never asked to live 4x No. Live until it hurts 4x Live. Green River, which formed in 1984, was part of that evolution, with a sound that straddled a lot of different genres-blues, punk, bloozy straight-ahead rock. The mini-LP Dry As A Bone, which came out in 1987, and the bands lone full-length Rehab Doll, which came out in 1988, were released as a single CD with a few bonus cuts, including their sneering cover of David Bowies Queen Bitch and their marauding version of Dead Boys Aint Nothin to Do, in 1990-but