Download links and information about Feathers by Dead Meadow. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Psychedelic genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 56:56 minutes.
|Genre:||Electronica, Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Psychedelic|
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|1.||Let’s Jump In||4:19|
|2.||Such Hawks Such Hounds||3:19|
|3.||Get Up On Down||5:27|
|5.||At Her Open Door||5:31|
|6.||Eyless Gaze All Eye/Don’t Tell the Riverman||7:04|
|8.||Let It All Pass||5:20|
|9.||Through the Gates of the Sleepy Silver Door||2:01|
Dead Meadow’s fifth studio album was also their first recorded as a quartet — Cory Shane was added on second guitar in 2005 before the band reverted back to a trio in 2007. Feathers found the foursome exploring more sonic psychedelia that bordered on flirting with English-flavored shoegazing. “Get Up On Down” inadvertently recalls early-‘90s recordings by the Telescopes, with its swirling guitar effects, slowly driving rhythms, and tinges of late-‘60s inspired guitars. Jason Simon’s lazy reverb drenched vocals inflect in a high-nasal register, sounding almost identical to Telescopes singer Stephen Lawrie. And the hypnotic mantra of jangly guitar drones on “Heaven” is sure to conjure up some early Spacemen 3, should your iTunes Genius do some of the driving. The seven-minute mini-epic “Eyeless Gaze All Eye/Don’t Tell the Riverman” contains verses that echo vestiges of Dead Meadow’s riff rocking past, but the chorus smoothes it all out with melodic meandering and a solo that sounds like Simon fashioned a pair of wah-wah pedals into magic shoes before taking his guitar on a psychedelic stroll down Brown Acid Lane.