Lemon Jelly ‎– '64-'95



It Was... 0:24
'88 aka Come Down On Me 5:50
'68 aka Only Time 6:36
'93 aka Don't Stop Now 6:56
'95 aka Make Things Right 5:59
'79 aka The Shouty Track 3:41
'75 aka Stay With You 6:11
'76 aka The Slow Train 5:40
'90 aka A Man Like Me 5:16
'64 aka Go 6:31

Versions (10)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
IFXLCD 182 Lemon Jelly '64-'95(CD, Album) XL Recordings, Impotent Fury IFXLCD 182 UK 2005 Sell This Version
IFXLLP182 Lemon Jelly '64-'95(4x10" + 10", S/Sided, Etch + Box, Album) XL Recordings, Impotent Fury IFXLLP182 UK 2005 Sell This Version
IFXLCD 182 Lemon Jelly '64-'95(CD, Album) XL Recordings, Rock Records (Hong Kong) IFXLCD 182 Hong Kong 2005 Sell This Version
IFXLCD182X Lemon Jelly '64-'95(CD, Album, Ltd, Mixed, Tri) XL Recordings, Impotent Fury IFXLCD182X UK 2005 Sell This Version
none Lemon Jelly '64-'95(CD, Album, Promo, car) Not On Label none 2005 Sell This Version
IFXLCD 182 Lemon Jelly '64-'95(CD, Album, Sli) Союз, XL Recordings IFXLCD 182 Russia 2005 Sell This Version
SRCP 381-2 Lemon Jelly '64-'95(CD, Album, Tri + DVD-V, NTSC, Reg) XL Recordings SRCP 381-2 Japan 2005 Sell This Version
none Lemon Jelly '64-'95(CDr, Album) XL Recordings none UK 2005 Sell This Version
IFXLDVD 182P Lemon Jelly '64-'95(DVD, Promo) XL Recordings, Impotent Fury IFXLDVD 182P 2005 Sell This Version
IFXLDVD 182 Lemon Jelly '64-'95(DVD-V, Multichannel, PAL, Reg + Box) XL Recordings, Impotent Fury IFXLDVD 182 UK 2005 Sell This Version


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January 1, 2016
referencing '64-'95, 4x10" + 10", S/Sided, Etch + Box, Album, IFXLLP182
So does the regular 5x10" cover not show a glossy overprint? It looks similar to the regular 😰


November 27, 2015
referencing '64-'95, DVD-V, Multichannel, PAL, Reg + Box, IFXLDVD 182

Just remember that this DVD is in PAL format, not NTSC! That means it wont play on standard DVD players in the US without converting the disc.


January 17, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
referencing '64-'95, DVD-V, Multichannel, PAL, Reg + Box, IFXLDVD 182
Lemon Jelly decided to release their last album in a DVD with all their songs animated, with quite haunting results. Do you remember the excellent clip for "Nice weather for ducks"? This is a bit similar, though simpler and a bit on the minimal side. Indeed, most are kind of slideshows, but let me explain track by track: "Come down on me" is the weakest video, a kind of Winamp animation destroyed by two female dancers in a horrible aesthetic; "Only time" shows a chain work of dreams in an animation that could be a bit more developed; "Don't stop now" is a show of geometric shapes raising and lowing towers with the rhythm of the song; "Make things right" - the first really good one - is another slideshow through a colored land in a black landscape, which reminds those kind of pictures you did as a child; "The shouty track" is the funniest video, heavy metal humanoids surrended by dirt and violence; "Stay with you" is at the same time the most beautiful song and video, multicolored waves creating shapes that dance in that hippy sea, like dolphins, ballerinas, tigers, stars....; "Slow train" is quite interesting for the minimal side of it: two or three colors, you can't really see the landscape through the trains are travelling...;"A man like me" is a continous homage to videogames, and the last slideshow, "Go", is quite arty, with two layers of moving pictures of grass, shores or contamination.

And, I don't know exactly why, this at first uneven work has become my favourite album of 2005. Really recommended. My nephews become hypnotized with this, and it's easy to know why.


October 24, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
referencing '64-'95, CD, Album, IFXLCD 182

The third album from Lemon Jelly, '64-'95, has some of the high points that made their collection of EPs a standout, but it's also rather uneven. The rock elements of "'88 a.k.a. Come Down On Me" seem a bit overblown, but it's quickly remedied by the calm folk-funk of "'68 a.k.a. Only Time." "'93 a.k.a. Don't Stop Now" reminds me a bit of Josh Wink's early acid work but without the tweaking that made it interesting; instead, the track meanders a bit aimlessly. "'95 a.k.a. Make Things Right" gets things back on the right path, but "'79 a.k.a. The Shouty Track" takes another wrong turn. The housier rhythms and catchy groove of "'75 a.k.a. Stay With You" make it a definite high-point. And "'76 a.k.a. The Slow Train" breaks the "good track, bad track" streak with a track that stands up pretty well, and "'90 a.k.a. A Man Like Me" keeps up the winning streak. Can I, with good conscience, recommend an album where about half the tracks are brilliant and the other half are dire? Sure, if the highs are high enough, and with '64-'93, it's high enough. But just barely.