Buffalo Tom - Summer album download
Buffalo Tom is the debut album by the American alternative rock band Buffalo Tom, released in 1988 and featuring production from J Mascis. Bill Janovitz - vocals, guitar, piano. Tom Maginnis - drums, percussion. Chris Colbourn - bass, guitar, vocals. J Mascis - lead guitar on "Impossible".
Birdbrain is the second album by American alternative rock band Buffalo Tom, released in 1990. Dinosaur Jr mastermind J Mascis once again assisted with production, alongside Sean Slade. Buffalo Tom singer/guitarist Bill Janovitz said that Mascis' influence probably accented the band's edgier side. The CD version includes a cover of The Psychedelic Furs' "Heaven" as well as a live acoustic version of "Reason Why", a song from Buffalo Tom's self-titled debut album.
Buffalo Tom. Album Sleepy Eyed. Sight unseen, sadder seas Summer song sung all along Dragged across the seven seas To the beach come follow me. Summer's gone a summer song You've wasted every day, every day. Cellophane, a grandma's town Summer's letters on the ground Seven pins, the fall begins When the leaves burn, summer ends. Summer's gone a summer song You've wasted every day, every day Summer's gone, can't wipe it off my hands Write it in the sand, in the sand.
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Buffalo Tom - Summer. Artist: Buffalo Tom. Album: Asides from (1988-1999), 2000. 1995, promoting 'Sleepy Eyed'.
12. Deep In The Ground. Re-released on CD in 1992 and 1994. Other productions from Buffalo Tom. Three Easy Pieces. Instant Live - Live at The Paradise Rock Club, Boston, MA.
J. after their self-titled debut album was released; even if J Mascis hadn't produced the sessions (and played lead guitar on one track), the band's approach at this point - big sludgy neo-grunge guitar mauling, with a busy rhythm section bashing away behind it all trying to keep up - was similar enough.