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Morphine - Good mp3 download

Performer: Morphine
Title: Good
Style: Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Rock
Location: Fort Apache, Cambridge, MA
Duration: 37:53
Released: September 8, 1992
Size MP3 version: 1785 mb
Size FLAC version: 1960 mb
Size WMA version: 1802 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 385
Format: AUD VOC FLAC MP1 WMA ASF
Genre: Pop Rock

Morphine - Good mp3 download


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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.

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.

6. You Look Like Rain. 7. Do not go Quietly into Your Grave. The Best of Morphine: 1992–1995. Compilation, 2003, Rykodisc.

Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. Addictive, offbeat, and totally original indie rockers from Boston, driven by a blistering baritone sax rather than guitars.

Sheet Music and Tabs for Morphine. Morphine was formed in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States in 1990 by Mark Sandman (vocals, bass) and Dana Colley (saxophone). Jerome Dupree became the group's drummer in 1991 prior to the release of their debut album, Good. Low Rock" is Morphine's unique combination of jazz, blues and pop/rock, sung with darkly comic and ironic lyrics. Their guitarless sound relied on an unusual combination of baritone/tenor sax, percussion and a two string slide bass.

Morphine was an alternative rock band formed in 1989. They released the studio albums Good, Cure for Pain, Yes, and Like Swimming. They also released one greatest hits album in February of 2003. Mark Sandman - 2-string slide bass, vocals, organ, tritar (3-string slide guitar), guitar, piano. Dana Colley - baritone sax, tenor sax, double sax, triangle. Billy Conway - various percussion. Jerome Deupree - various percussion.

The Best of Morphine 1992-1995.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Good Mark Sandman Morphine 2:36
2 The Saddest Song Mark Sandman Morphine 2:50
3 Claire Mark Sandman Morphine 3:07
4 Have a Lucky Day Mark Sandman Morphine 3:24
5 You Speak My Language Mark Sandman Morphine 3:25
6 You Look Like Rain Mark Sandman Morphine 3:42
7 Do Not Go Quietly Unto Your Grave Mark Sandman Morphine 3:21
8 Lisa Dana Colley Morphine 0:43
9 The Only One Mark Sandman Morphine 2:42
10 Test-Tube Baby/Shoot'm Down Mark Sandman Morphine 3:11
11 The Other Side Mark Sandman Morphine 3:50
12 I Know You (Pt. 1) Mark Sandman Morphine 2:17
13 I Know You, Pt. 2 Mark Sandman Morphine 2:45

Credits

Dana Colley - Composer, Sax (Baritone), Saxophone, Vocals
Billy Conway - Drums
Jerry Deupree - Drums
Tom Dube - Engineer, Producer
Jim Fitting - Bass Harmonica
Paul Q. Kolderie - Engineer, Producer
Morphine - Group, Primary Artist, Producer
Toby Mountain - Mastering
Mark Sandman - Bass, Composer, Guitar, Organ, Producer, Slide Bass, Tritar, Vocals
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Good is an album of moody, often depressing music. That said, this is easily one of the greatest rock debut albums ever, and it has stood the test of time already better than many albums of the early 1990’s. It helps that Mark Sandman has one of the most original vocal stylings around, with lyrics that are life affirming, which is something most bands lack. Lyric samples: "I'm just a test tube baby", "my biggest fear is if I let you go, you'll come and get me in my sleep", "treat me wrong honey I don't mind, you never liked me much anyways", and my favorite, "in a world gone to hell where nobody is safe, do not go quietly unto your grave". This album is incredibly consistent and perhaps perfect, where every song displays a different nauance of the band’s unique jazz and blues sound . The place slows down on the mellow "You Look Like Rain", as well as the album closer “I Know You Part II”, being just enough of pace changers to make a difference in an otherwise upbeat affair. The sax lines are simply genius and they add texture in melodic ways rock n roll never has before in songs like the groovy "Claire", the casino boogie "Have a Lucky Day", and the fast pace rock of "You Speak My Language" and "Test Tube Baby / Shoot ‘em Down". The odd slide-bass adds a sullen mood to songs like "The Other Side" which plays like a Tom Waits song sung at the gates of hell; opener "Good" which sets the atmosphere of the record as dark and mysterious; "The Saddest Song" which turns Sandman’s prose into an accessible melodic fantasia. To top all of this off we have one of the greatest instrumentals ever in "I Know You Part One" a piece that starts off unassuming but builds to an incredibly emotional climax that may be subtle, but is truly beautiful to behold (in fact the band probably could have made a living just off of these types of instrumentals). Simply put Good is an astonishing album with few precedents made by veterans at the top of their game as Sandman was into his forties when he made the record (he previously fronted the Boston based Treat Her Right in the 1980’s). Every song is a treasure though like a lot of masterpieces, it takes a couple of listens to understand its complexity.