Nirvana - From The Muddy Banks Of The Murray album download
|5||About A Girl||2:58|
|7||Come As You Are||3:51|
|12||Been A Son||2:01|
|14||On A Plain||4:06|
|15||Something In The Way||3:26|
|17||Smells Like Teen Spirit||5:25|
|21||Interview With Krist & Dave||3:41|
- Recorded At – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide
NotesRecorded live in Adelaide, Australia 01/30/92
"Track 18" labeled as "Love Buzz"
"Track 19" labeled as "Get together"
This is the original pressing on a silver faced disc. There is a counterfeit version with a white faced disc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: SPOT 004
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Everyone tends to forget an album in the Nirvana repertoire. This is a live album, for those who didn't realise it. It's basically the last genuine full length that Nirvana brought out after Cobain's death. It is quite overlooked mainly due to the fact that Nirvana's other live album 'Unplugged in New York' was so overly praised by the people and the critics. Not that I'm going to deny the fact that Unplugged was a good album, au contraire, it was better than this. Despite of the great amount of time that elapsed between those dates, the songs fit together as a whole, the different sound they bring help keeping the album varied. If you're expecting witty interludes from Kurt between the songs like on Unplugged, you'll be disappointed, because he usually doesn't say more than "Thank you", if that.
From The Banks Of The Muddy Wishkaw’ is as precious and immortal a keepsake as any. Nirvana’s most important legacy is, lest we forget, the legacy of a revolution. They turned both the mainstream and the underground of American rock music upside down. We sometimes forgot what we had in Nirvana, distracted and disillusioned by the tabloid luridity and the tacky drama they were living out, by our own morbid fascination in it all, and by the marketing of a death wish as the ultimate rock’n’roll stance and suicide as the ultimate rock’n’roll statement.
Kurt Cobain's former bandmates Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl clearly had an agenda in compiling From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah, the second of what will no doubt be a long line of posthumous Nirvana albums. Because of its somber, intense nature, the first post-Cobain release, MTV Unplugged in New York, was largely perceived as music for a wake-an impression reinforced by MTV's constant airings of the special in the days following Cobain's suicide. Great live album from Nirvana. The fact that Smells like Teen Spirit is on here alone is reason enough to get this album. The album went to no. 1 and went platinum.
Muddy Banks is not a tribute to a lost soul; it’s a gift from his friends. Novoselic and Grohl have given Cobain one last opportunity to piss off your parents, wake the neighbors, blow out your car speakers and traumatize the family dog. An electric live Nirvana disc was slated to be released in late 1994 as part of a double album with MTV Unplugged in New York, then canceled because Novoselic and Grohl were not yet emotionally ready to comb through so much Nirvana music. As it turns out, both Muddy Banks and Unplugged are strong enough to cut through any imposed legacy
Nirvana is a "best-of" compilation album by the American rock band Nirvana, released in October, 2002. It was the third Nirvana album to be released following the death of vocalist and guitarist Kurt Cobain in April 1994, and the first to feature studio material. It is also the band's first best-of compilation. The album features the d "You Know You're Right", a song recorded in January 1994 during Nirvana's final studio session.
Album Name From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah. Members owning this album217.