Dead Meadow ‎– Feathers

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Matador ‎– OLE 625-1
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Tracklist

A1 Let's Jump In
A2 Such Hawks Such Hounds
A3 Get Up On Down
B1 Heaven
B2 Eyeless Gaze All Eye / Don't Tell The Riverman
C1 At Her Open Door
C2 Stacy's Song
C3 Let It All Pass
D1 Through The Gates Of The Sleepy Silver Door

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
OLE 625-2 Dead Meadow Feathers(CD, Album) Matador OLE 625-2 US 2005 Sell This Version
OLE 625-2 Dead Meadow Feathers(CD, Album) Matador OLE 625-2 UK 2005 Sell This Version
OLE 625-2V Dead Meadow Feathers(CD, Album, Promo) Matador OLE 625-2V US 2005 Sell This Version

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benzimmerman

benzimmerman

November 1, 2014
I've been listening to this album since it came out. Three Kings is a great live album and perhaps their best with this one. The songwriting, performance and recording all stand out on "Heaven", "Get Up on Down" & "At Her Open Door"; pretty much every track. There is nothing I would change about "Feathers".
analogjunky

analogjunky

November 29, 2011
edited over 3 years ago
I saw these guys right around when this album came out. They opened for BJM (Brian Jonestown Massacre) at the Mercury Lounge in NYC. We accidentally got our pictures taken by a tourist wanting to photograph his girl out front of Katz's Deli. It felt strange. I had seen Dead Meadow at Bar in New Haven before this night and remembered them blowing the power at the venue. I mean the place went completely black - it was sublime. After spotting Anton Newcombe shaving his spotty beard in his beat up Winnebago parked out front of Mercury and seeing his face post-shave I turned to my friend and said " he looks pissed " - I knew then it was gonna be a night to remember. The Dead Meadow set had me having flashbacks to my previous life when I was at that Spirit show watching Randy California. Their set had me in awe. The muddy bass vibrated chest muscles and I felt giddy. As the night went on so did the beers (and the flask I thoughtfully brought) the dark metallic cloud dissipated into mist with BJM's disjointed, high-school battle-of-the-bands egotistical set. It didn't matter, though, having been so drunk on the Dead Meadow set (and Vodka); nothing was gonna bring me off the mercury cloud. After the DM set Jason Simon walked through the crowd and as I pushed past my girlfriend to shake his hand I tried in vain to think of something 'cool' to say but all that came out was "great set Randy California". Ah that was a night to remember.