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Still Feel Gone

Uncle Tupelo

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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. While No Depression was dominated by breakneck tempos with the occasional slow, contemplative number thrown in for variety, Still Feel Gone found Uncle Tupelo taking a closer look at the middle ground, as evidenced by the high-strung acoustic guitars of "Still Be Around," the measured but powerful Crazy Horse stomp of "Looking for a Way Out," the lonesome shuffle of "True to Life," and the stark atmospherics of "If That's Alright" (the latter of which in retrospect sounds like the first dawning of the ideas Jeff Tweedy would explore with Wilco). But plenty of what made No Depression so impressive is still on view here, including the brutal stutter-step of "Gun," the simple but powerful declaration of "Watch Me Fall," and the heartfelt tribute to an obvious influence, "D. Boon." And if anything, the band sounds even more powerful this time out, and the broader picture of their abilities only confirms how strong a combination Jay Farrar, Jeff Tweedy, and Mike Heidorn really were. If Still Feel Gone isn't as immediately impressive as No Depression, a few plays confirms it's still the work of a gifted band at full strength, and this reissue gives the album the special treatment it deserves.
© Mark Deming /TiVo

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1
Gun (Album Version)
00:03:40

J. Tweedy, Composer - J. Tweedy, Lyricist - Mike Heidorn, Drums - Mike Heidorn, Cymbals - Jay Farrar, Electric Guitar - J. FARRAR, Composer - J. FARRAR, Lyricist - Jeff Tweedy, Vocal - Jeff Tweedy, Acoustic Baritone Guitar - Jeff Tweedy, Bass - M. Heidorn, Composer - M. Heidorn, Lyricist - Sean Slade, Producer - Paul Kolderie, Producer - Uncle Tupelo, Performer

(P) 1991 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Looking For A Way Out (Album Version)
00:03:40

J. Tweedy, Composer - J. Tweedy, Lyricist - Mike Heidorn, Drums - Jay Farrar, Vocal - Jay Farrar, Electric Guitar - Jay Farrar, Harmonica - J. FARRAR, Composer - J. FARRAR, Lyricist - Jeff Tweedy, Vocal - Jeff Tweedy, Bass - M. Heidorn, Composer - M. Heidorn, Lyricist - Sean Slade, Producer - Paul Kolderie, Producer - Uncle Tupelo, Performer

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment

3
Fall Down Easy (Album Version)
00:03:08

J. Tweedy, Composer - J. Tweedy, Lyricist - Chris Bess, Piano - Mike Heidorn, Drums - Jay Farrar, Vocal - Jay Farrar, Mandolin - Jay Farrar, Electric Guitar - J. FARRAR, Composer - J. FARRAR, Lyricist - Jeff Tweedy, Bass - M. Heidorn, Composer - M. Heidorn, Lyricist - Sean Slade, Producer - Paul Kolderie, Producer - Uncle Tupelo, Performer

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment

4
Nothing (Album Version)
00:02:16

J. Tweedy, Composer - J. Tweedy, Lyricist - Mike Heidorn, Drums - Jay Farrar, Guitar - J. FARRAR, Composer - J. FARRAR, Lyricist - Jeff Tweedy, Vocal - Jeff Tweedy, Bass - M. Heidorn, Composer - M. Heidorn, Lyricist - Sean Slade, Producer - Paul Kolderie, Producer - Uncle Tupelo, Performer

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment

5
Still Be Around (Album Version)
00:02:44

Uncle Tupelo, Performer - J. Tweedy, Composer - J. Tweedy, Lyricist - J. FARRAR, Composer - J. FARRAR, Lyricist - Paul Kolderie, Producer - Sean Slade, Producer - Sean Slade, Organ - M. Heidorn, Composer - M. Heidorn, Lyricist - Jay Farrar, Vocal - Jay Farrar, Acoustic Baritone Guitar

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment

6
Watch Me Fall (Album Version)
00:02:12

J. Tweedy, Composer - J. Tweedy, Lyricist - Chriss Bess, Acordeon - Mike Heidorn, Drums - Mike Heidorn, Cymbals - Jay Farrar, Vocal - Jay Farrar, Acoustic Baritone Guitar - J. FARRAR, Composer - J. FARRAR, Lyricist - M. Heidorn, Composer - M. Heidorn, Lyricist - Jeff Tweedy, Vocal - Jeff Tweedy, Bass - Sean Slade, Producer - Sean Slade, Organ - Paul Kolderie, Producer - Gary Louris, Electric Guitar - Uncle Tupelo, Performer

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment

7
Punch Drunk (Album Version)
00:02:43

J. Tweedy, Composer - J. Tweedy, Lyricist - Mike Heidorn, Drums - Jay Farrar, Vocal - Jay Farrar, Guitar - J. FARRAR, Composer - J. FARRAR, Lyricist - Jeff Tweedy, Bass - M. Heidorn, Composer - M. Heidorn, Lyricist - Sean Slade, Producer - Paul Kolderie, Producer - Uncle Tupelo, Performer

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment

8
Postcard (Album Version)
00:03:38

J. Tweedy, Composer - J. Tweedy, Lyricist - Mike Heidorn, Drums - Jay Farrar, Vocal - Jay Farrar, Guitar - J. FARRAR, Composer - J. FARRAR, Lyricist - M. Heidorn, Composer - M. Heidorn, Lyricist - Jeff Tweedy, Vocal - Jeff Tweedy, Bass - Sean Slade, Producer - Paul Kolderie, Producer - Gary Louris, Electric Guitar - Uncle Tupelo, Performer

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment

9
D. Boon (Album Version)
00:02:32

J. Tweedy, Composer - J. Tweedy, Lyricist - Mike Heidorn, Drums - Jay Farrar, Electric Guitar - J. FARRAR, Composer - J. FARRAR, Lyricist - Jeff Tweedy, Vocal - Jeff Tweedy, Bass - M. Heidorn, Composer - M. Heidorn, Lyricist - Sean Slade, Producer - Paul Kolderie, Producer - Uncle Tupelo, Performer

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment

10
True To Life (Album Version)
00:02:22

J. Tweedy, Composer - J. Tweedy, Lyricist - Mike Heidorn, Drums - Jay Farrar, Vocal - Jay Farrar, Electric Guitar - Jay Farrar, Harmonica - J. FARRAR, Composer - J. FARRAR, Lyricist - M. Heidorn, Composer - M. Heidorn, Lyricist - Jeff Tweedy, Vocal - Jeff Tweedy, Bass - Sean Slade, Producer - Brian Henneman, Acoustic Baritone Guitar - Paul Kolderie, Producer - Uncle Tupelo, Performer

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment

11
Cold Shoulder (Album Version)
00:03:15

J. Tweedy, Composer - J. Tweedy, Lyricist - Mike Heidorn, Drums - Jay Farrar, Vocal - Jay Farrar, Electric Guitar - J. FARRAR, Composer - J. FARRAR, Lyricist - M. Heidorn, Composer - M. Heidorn, Lyricist - Jeff Tweedy, Vocal - Jeff Tweedy, Bass - Sean Slade, Producer - Sean Slade, Piano - Paul Kolderie, Producer - Gary Louris, Electric Guitar - Uncle Tupelo, Performer

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment

12
Discarded (Album Version)
00:02:42

J. Tweedy, Composer - J. Tweedy, Lyricist - Mike Heidorn, Drums - Jay Farrar, Vocal - Jay Farrar, Banjo - Jay Farrar, Electric Guitar - J. FARRAR, Composer - J. FARRAR, Lyricist - Jeff Tweedy, Bass - M. Heidorn, Composer - M. Heidorn, Lyricist - Sean Slade, Producer - Paul Kolderie, Producer - Uncle Tupelo, Performer

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment

13
If That's Alright (Album Version)
00:03:12

Uncle Tupelo, Performer - J. Tweedy, Composer - J. Tweedy, Lyricist - J. FARRAR, Composer - J. FARRAR, Lyricist - Paul Kolderie, Producer - Sean Slade, Producer - M. Heidorn, Composer - M. Heidorn, Lyricist - Jeff Tweedy, Vocal - Jeff Tweedy, Acoustic Baritone Guitar

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment

14
Sauget Wind (A Side)
00:03:31

Mike Heidorn, Drums - Uncle Tupelo, Producer - Uncle Tupelo, Performer - Chris Bess, Acordeon - J. FARRAR, Composer - J. FARRAR, Lyricist - Jeff Tweedy, Bass - Jay Farrar, Vocal - Jay Farrar, Electric Guitar

(P) 1992 Uncle Tupelo Partnership

15
I Wanna Destroy You (B Side)
00:02:30

Mike Heidorn, Background Vocal - Mike Heidorn, Drums - Uncle Tupelo, Producer - Uncle Tupelo, Performer - R. Hitchcock, Composer - R. Hitchcock, Lyricist - Sean Slade, Background Vocal - Jeff Tweedy, Background Vocal - Jeff Tweedy, Bass - Brian Henneman, Background Vocal - Jay Farrar, Vocal - Jay Farrar, Electric Guitar

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment

16
Watch Me Fall (Demo)
00:02:07

Mike Heidorn, Drums - Uncle Tupelo, Producer - Uncle Tupelo, Performer - J. Tweedy, Composer - J. Tweedy, Lyricist - J. FARRAR, Composer - J. FARRAR, Lyricist - M. Heidorn, Composer - M. Heidorn, Lyricist - Jeff Tweedy, Vocal - Jeff Tweedy, Bass - Jay Farrar, Acoustic Baritone Guitar

(P) 2003 Uncle Tupelo Partnership

17
Looking For A Way Out (Demo - Fast Version)
00:02:02

Mike Heidorn, Drums - Uncle Tupelo, Producer - Uncle Tupelo, Performer - J. Tweedy, Composer - J. Tweedy, Lyricist - J. FARRAR, Composer - J. FARRAR, Lyricist - M. Heidorn, Composer - M. Heidorn, Lyricist - Jeff Tweedy, Vocal - Jeff Tweedy, Bass - Jay Farrar, Vocal - Jay Farrar, Acoustic Baritone Guitar - Jay Farrar, Harmonica

(P) 2003 Uncle Tupelo Partnership

18
If That's Alright (Demo - Fast Acoustic Version)
00:03:03

Uncle Tupelo, Producer - Uncle Tupelo, Performer - J. Tweedy, Composer - J. Tweedy, Lyricist - J. FARRAR, Composer - J. FARRAR, Lyricist - M. Heidorn, Composer - M. Heidorn, Lyricist - Jeff Tweedy, Vocal - Jeff Tweedy, Acoustic Baritone Guitar

(P) 2003 Uncle Tupelo Partnership

Album Description

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. While No Depression was dominated by breakneck tempos with the occasional slow, contemplative number thrown in for variety, Still Feel Gone found Uncle Tupelo taking a closer look at the middle ground, as evidenced by the high-strung acoustic guitars of "Still Be Around," the measured but powerful Crazy Horse stomp of "Looking for a Way Out," the lonesome shuffle of "True to Life," and the stark atmospherics of "If That's Alright" (the latter of which in retrospect sounds like the first dawning of the ideas Jeff Tweedy would explore with Wilco). But plenty of what made No Depression so impressive is still on view here, including the brutal stutter-step of "Gun," the simple but powerful declaration of "Watch Me Fall," and the heartfelt tribute to an obvious influence, "D. Boon." And if anything, the band sounds even more powerful this time out, and the broader picture of their abilities only confirms how strong a combination Jay Farrar, Jeff Tweedy, and Mike Heidorn really were. If Still Feel Gone isn't as immediately impressive as No Depression, a few plays confirms it's still the work of a gifted band at full strength, and this reissue gives the album the special treatment it deserves.
© Mark Deming /TiVo

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