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Looking For A Way Out · Uncle Tupelo.
Still Feel Gone is the second album by American alternative country pioneers Uncle Tupelo. It was released in 1991 on Rockville Records and re-released in 2003 by Sony Legacy. Still Feel Gone has been generally well received by critics. Pitchfork called the album "so much stronger" than Uncle Tupelo's debut No Depression. All songs written by Jay Farrar, Mike Heidorn, and Jeff Tweedy except where noted. Looking for a Way Out" – 3:40. Fall Down Easy" – 3:08.
Uncle Tupelo: Still Feel Gone. Uncle Tupelo is alt-country genres historic start point. Still Feel Gone includes lots of their classics. With drummer Mike Heidorn, this is the soul of their musical journey. 3 people found this helpful.
Produced by Sean Slade & Paul Q. Kolderie. Album Still Feel Gone. 1. 2. Still Be Around Lyrics. I don't see you through the windshield I don't see you in faces looking back at me Alcohol doesn't have much that matters to say Can't imagine where you and time to kill will stay
LP - Music on Vinyl 1618). Uncle Tupelo clearly defined their nervy Gram Parsons-meets-the Minutemen sound on their debut album, 1990's No Depression, and their 1991 follow-up, Still Feel Gone, found them branching out into new variations of their previously established themes.
Artists: Uncle Tupelo. Album: Still Feel Gone. Do you remember, remember D. Boon Part of what he was is a part of me now and if you think back, where would he be Where would I be if time had allowed. This isn't written for any one man it's about me This isn't written for anyone alive just the songs that he sang. I've been told that it's a waste of time Well, so what Will it be worth mine.
Uncle Tupelo – Fall Down Easy. Disengaged, we're forsaken now communication does suffer The moral stare of Big Brother Not a chance, no compromise Battling the barrier of belief Not to try anymore. Lyrics submitted by myeyesareopen. Fall Down Easy" as written by Jeff Tweedy Jay Farrar. Lyrics powered by LyricFind. Fall Down Easy song meanings.
Album · 1989 · 34 Songs. Live in Chicago '94 - Lounge Ax, Chicago. 24 March 1994 (Remastered).
Still Feel Gone (1991). No Depression is the first studio album by alternative country band Uncle Tupelo, released in June 1990.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Acoustic Guitar – Jeff Tweedy
|A2||Looking For A Way Out|
|A3||Fall Down Easy
Piano – Chris Bess
|A5||Still Be Around
Organ – Sean Slade
|A6||Watch Me Fall
Accordion – Chris BessElectric Guitar [Additional] – Gary LourisOrgan – Sean Slade
Electric Guitar [Additional] – Gary Louris
|B3||True To Life
Acoustic Guitar – Brian Henneman
Electric Guitar [Additional] – Gary LourisPiano – Sean Slade
|B6||If That's Alright
Acoustic Guitar – Jeff TweedyKeyboards [Optigan] – Rich Gilbert
- Pressed By – Record Technology Incorporated
- Bass, Vocals – Jeff Tweedy
- Design [Graphic] – Armind Paetzold
- Drums – Mike Heidorn
- Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Banjo, Mandolin, Harmonica – Jay Farrar
- Management – Tony Margherita
- Photography By [Cover] – Terry Witt
- Producer, Engineer – Paul Q. Kolderie, Sean Slade
- Written-By – Farrar*, Tweedy*, Heidorn*
NotesRecorded June and July 1991 at Longview Farm, North Brookfield, Mass., and Fort Apache, Cambridge, Mass.
Mixed at Fort Apache
"HQ-180" vinyl pressing per hype sticker.
© ℗ 1991, 2012 Sony Music Entertainment
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 886919532111
|Rock 6070-2, ROCK6070-2||Uncle Tupelo||Still Feel Gone. (CD, Album)||Rockville, Rockville||Rock 6070-2, ROCK6070-2||US||1991|
|Rock 6070-2||Uncle Tupelo||Still Feel Gone. (CD, Album)||Rockville||Rock 6070-2||US||1991|
|BUFF 001CD||Uncle Tupelo||Still Feel Gone. (CD, Album)||Yellow Moon Records||BUFF 001CD||UK||1991|
|MOCCD 13191||Uncle Tupelo||Still Feel Gone (CD, Album, RE, RM, Sup)||Sony Music, Columbia, Legacy, Music On CD||MOCCD 13191||Europe||2014|
|MOVLP1618||Uncle Tupelo||Still Feel Gone. (LP, Album, RE, RM, 180)||Music On Vinyl||MOVLP1618||Europe||2016|