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Wednesday, July 4, 2007

Morphine 06/22/95 WFNX Fort Apache Studios Boston MA @ 320

Wikipedia says" Morphine was an alternative rock group formed by Mark Sandman and Dana Colley in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, in 1989.

Morphine combined blues and jazz elements with more traditional rock arrangements, giving the band a very unusual sound. Sandman's distinctive singing was described as a "deep, laid-back croon"[1], and his songwriting featured a prominent beatnik influence. When asked by reporters to describe their music, the band created the label "low rock". One critical appraisal suggests that "Morphine immediately established a minimalist, low-end sound that could have easily become a gimmick: a 'power trio' not built around the sound of an electric guitar. Instead, with sly intelligence, Morphine expanded its offbeat vocabulary on each album."

01 Intro
02 Good
03 Thursday
04 My Brain
05 Sharks
06 In Spite Of Me
07 Yes
08 Honey White
09 The Saddest Song
10 My Hat Is Too Big For Loving
11 Buena
12 Radar
13 Shame
14 Free Love
15 Outro



Leo Le Gris said...

God save Morphine!

infinitefool said...

This site just gets cooler every day!

TonyTiger said...

I try. The pinnacle of coolness is always out of reach.

aorto said...

Wow. I saw these guys in Austin and Seattle back in '94. Even stood next to Mark Sandman at the bar, though didn't know it 'til I saw him on stage.

Got a whole bunch of folks in Seattle to go see these guys. They were hooked.

Thanks for putting this up. Brings back some bittersweet memories.

Anonymous said...

Thanks much. Never tire of morphine