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Crazy Rhythms

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Despite a fun Beatles cover (Everybody's Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey), it's really Velvet Underground and Lou Reed who the Feelies brought to mind with their first album, released in 1980. Minimalist to the point of being seriously lo-fi, the Crazy Rhythms from this quartet of spotty students from Hoboken, New Jersey had a style that was rather ahead of its time, with its scrappy guitars (think the Velvet Underground's Moe Tucker) and vocals that are almost spoken… This confident amateurism forged a Feelies style which would continue across another three albums, The Good Earth (1986), Only Life (1988) and Time For Witness (1991). It's surely in the soil of Crazy Rhythms that the indie rock of the following decade took root, from Pavement to Yo La Tengo, and even the Strokes… © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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1
The Boy With The Perpetual Nervousness
00:05:11

The Feelies, Composer, MainArtist - Stationary Music, MusicPublisher

2009 Bar/None Records 2009 Bar/None Records

2
Fa ce-La
00:02:03

The Feelies, Composer, MainArtist - Stationary Music, MusicPublisher

2009 Bar/None Records 2009 Bar/None Records

3
Loveless Love
00:05:05

The Feelies, Composer, MainArtist - Stationary Music, MusicPublisher

2009 Bar/None Records 2009 Bar/None Records

4
Forces At Work
00:07:05

The Feelies, Composer, MainArtist - Stationary Music, MusicPublisher

2009 Bar/None Records 2009 Bar/None Records

5
Original Love
00:02:55

The Feelies, Composer, MainArtist - Stationary Music, MusicPublisher

2009 Bar/None Records 2009 Bar/None Records

6
Everybody's Got Something To Hide (Except Me And My Monkey)
00:04:06

The Feelies, Composer, MainArtist - SONY/ATV TUNES LLC DBA ATV OBO ATV (NORTHERN SONGS CATALOG), MusicPublisher - Emi Blackwood Music Collecting Agent, MusicPublisher

2009 Bar/None Records 2009 Bar/None Records

7
Moscow Nights
00:04:24

The Feelies, Composer, MainArtist - Stationary Music, MusicPublisher

2009 Bar/None Records 2009 Bar/None Records

8
Raised Eyebrows
00:02:59

The Feelies, Composer, MainArtist - Stationary Music, MusicPublisher

2009 Bar/None Records 2009 Bar/None Records

9
Crazy Rhythms
00:06:10

The Feelies, Composer, MainArtist - Stationary Music, MusicPublisher

2009 Bar/None Records 2009 Bar/None Records

10
I Wanna Sleep In Your Arms (Live)
00:01:55

The Feelies, Composer, MainArtist - Rockin' Leprechaun Music, MusicPublisher - JAMES NEWEL OSTERBERG PUBLISHING DESIGNEE, MusicPublisher

2009 Bar/None Records 2009 Bar/None Records

11
The Boy With The Perpetual Nervousness (Demo)
00:03:46

The Feelies, Composer, MainArtist - Stationary Music, MusicPublisher

2009 Bar/None Records 2009 Bar/None Records

Album Description

Despite a fun Beatles cover (Everybody's Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey), it's really Velvet Underground and Lou Reed who the Feelies brought to mind with their first album, released in 1980. Minimalist to the point of being seriously lo-fi, the Crazy Rhythms from this quartet of spotty students from Hoboken, New Jersey had a style that was rather ahead of its time, with its scrappy guitars (think the Velvet Underground's Moe Tucker) and vocals that are almost spoken… This confident amateurism forged a Feelies style which would continue across another three albums, The Good Earth (1986), Only Life (1988) and Time For Witness (1991). It's surely in the soil of Crazy Rhythms that the indie rock of the following decade took root, from Pavement to Yo La Tengo, and even the Strokes… © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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