Label: Frontier Records - L • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock The Young Fresh Fellows* - Electric Bird Digest (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(6). The decline in the Young Fresh Fellows' wackiness factor (and the growth of their relatively serious side) that began on This One's for the Ladies following the departure of Chuck Carroll continued on Electric Bird sioprovcabradeperfscormarcodenmenssol.colly, the band sounded harder and more aggressive than ever before, with Kurt Bloch and Scott McCaughey's guitars sounding much better integrated than on their previous 9/ Aug 08, · The Young Fresh Fellows* – Electric Bird Digest Label: Frontier Records – , Frontier Records – L/5(13).
Black oil sunflower seeds, striped sunflower seeds, safflower seeds, thistle niger or nyjer seeds, peanuts, cracked corn, millet, wild bird seed mixes. Clinging bird feeders attract smaller songbirds such as chickadees, finches, goldfinches, jays, nuthatches, pyrrhuloxias, siskins, sparrows, titmice, woodpeckers, wrens and others.
Black oil sunflower seeds, striped sunflower seeds, safflower seeds, thistle seed niger or nyjer peanuts, cracked corn, millet, wild bird seed mixessuet cakesseed cakessuet doughfruit, mealwormsbakery goods, cheese. All metal construction. Resistant to squirrel damage. Appealing to both clinging and perching birds. Halved oranges, apples can be spiked on feeders. Jelly bowls for grape jelly. Hummingbird Feeders and Oriole Feeders — choose from various styles.
Sugar water at a 4 to 1 ratio. Four parts water to one part sugar. Bring to a boil to dissolve sugar, then let cool. You can also use convenient packaged nectar mixes. Live mealwormslive waxwormsdry mealwormsroasted mealwormscanned mealwormsroasted waxworms. Yeah, this is a family show. Oh, and join the Rockists at the concert event of the year on May Turns out they were pretty much just gibberish anyway. Now, this is no longer a problem. Posted by Rob at 5 comments:. Labels: video.
Rockist Revisits: Ugly Casanova. There was a time early in my college years where I listened almost exclusively to Modest Mouse and LP to Spill. That unfortunately coincided with a lull in each band's recorded work -- right after The Moon and Antarctica and Ancient Melodies of the Futurerespectively -- so I exhausted their old stuff quickly and lit midnight vigils for new tour dates to magically appear in my area.
I'll come back to Martsch's at a later date it's pretty goodbut the very great Captain's Dead blog just threw up an Ugly Casanova live show and, sampling a few tracks, I'm reminded how much I enjoyed their sole release, Sharpen Your Teeth. It was none of the extended, desert freeway guitar anti-heroics of The Lonesome Crowded West ; instead it was the frosted soundscapes of The Moon and Antarctica warmed by a folksy, campfire arrangements. Most of all, there were spectacularly good songs, ones that wouldn't have worked on a pre Modest Mouse album, LP.
Brock shares songwriting credits on a few tunes, and, honestly, those are my favorites. Jenkins actually teams up for the closer "So Long to the Holidays", a spacey dirge that, while kinda cool, is a little out of step with the rest of the album.
Anyway, they actually Sittin On A Pitchfork - The Young Fresh Fellows* - Electric Bird Digest (Vinyl after Sharpen Your Teeth came out, and, from what I've read, it was a disaster anybody actually see them? Kind of a shame, but, in true Rockist fashion, I take comfort in appreciating this one-off for exactly what it was. Ugly Casanova - "Barnacles". Ugly Casanova - "Smoke Like Ribbons". Ugly Casanova - "Diggin' Holes".
Ugly Casanova - "Baby's Clean Conscience". Posted by G. Tuesday, April 22, Ooooh In the past couple weeks, Pitchfork has covered the recent releases LP two alt. It's like a border catfight, and Joni Mitchell and Bonnie Raitt are the officials. And is it just me, or does Canada seem to win a disproportionate number of these hypothetical singer-songwriter comparisons? I sometimes feel we don't cover enough female artists on here, so this past week, I took some time to listen to both Merritt's Another Country and Edwards's Asking for Flowers.
I now feel sufficiently qualified to compare the two and then accordingly dole out qualified, mitigated praise in one direction and halfhearted criticism in the other, keeping with established Rockist traditions.
Here goes:. Asking for Flowers is the better album. In fact, it is the much better album. Yes, it drags and was just last week considered by my girlfriend for whom the disc was purchased to be "too slow". Edwards's voice would win a catfight with Merritt's voice, but Merritt's would win in a beauty contest. But if Rockist standards amounted to a beauty contest, we'd be blogging about Josh Groban instead of Craig Finn.
Further, Another Country sounds like 45 minutes of the Delta Airlines singer-songwriter radio station. In fact, I'm willing to bet she's on rotation on at least one major airline in-flight channel right now.
It's so smooth and gentle, it could -- and likely will -- put you to sleep before you can order a Diet Coke and inquire about snacks. Maybe Kathleen Edwards is cooing in the ears of Delta passengers, too.
If so, props to Delta, and good luck sleeping through "The Cheapest Key". Her voice also does this weird wailing thing at the end -- can I say it sounds like one of the girls in The Corrs without losing my TRS membership?
The better-publicized half of "alt. Edwards isn't exactly dealing in the revolutionary here either, but "alt. Kathleen Edwards - "The Cheapest Key". Tift Merritt - "Keep You Happy". Rob and I had labored to arrange for Neko Case herself to blow G. It was Carl Newman's birthday too, though -- some consolation -- and when the crowd half-heartedly sang to him, the female Rockist fans accompanying us sang loudly to G.
As for the actual show, it was okay. Probably the first time I've had issues with the sound at -- it was just too low. At rock shows in rock clubs, you ought to feel a buzz in your chest and it ought to be somewhat difficult to hear the person next to you talking.
Both bands lacked this last night. I'll save the detailed stuff about Okkervil frontman Will Sheff for G. Sorta took the melody away. But the New Pornographers were pretty good, played a very likeable set. For me, "Testament to Youth in Verse" really got things going with that audience singalong-breakdown "no no no no no". I also thought that ELO cover was pretty sweet -- they actually seemed loosest on that one.
How about you all? Rob: I think G. Can't blame him, though. That was some delicious corn whiskey. I have previously made it known that Okkervil River is not my first choice of bands, and the show solidified that opinion.
Will seamlessly combined the whiny wailings of an emo frontman with the bangs of Danny Noriega. They did have a few gems towards the end when they decided to "rock. I was quite disappointed with the absence of Ms.
Case, but keyboardist Kathryn Calder did an amazing job filling in, it's just too bad we could barely hear the music. The sound at the club was extremely muddled. For a band that thrives on harmonies, that was probably the worst problem to have not to mention the lack of volume. The encores were the highlight of the show, namely the ELO cover and the final song, "The Jessica Numbers," which in Carl's eyes is the "proggiest song" that they have.
Well, looks like G. Well, I'm not dead, have for the most part recovered, and surprisingly enough - remember a good portion of the show. Either recent success has gone to Album) Sheff's head or he's just an immense douche, but holy crap were his emo-affected antics too much for me to handle. The way he would lean into the mic and sweep his hair out of his eyes was seriously killing me.
Maybe I'm just old school or something. That said, I thought they played pretty well, despite the aforementioned sound problems. New Pornos were also solid, I thought, though the poor mix hurt them more than Okkervil River. I liked the songs I knew I would like, basically everything they played off of Electric Version. And the ELO cover, natch. Rob: It turns out Neko fell while she was here in DC and broke her ankle. She is now leaving the tour.
Via email: Hello friends, We have some very unfortunate news to report. Neko had a really bad fall in Washington DC, which resulted in a fractured ankle, and will be leaving our tour today. She was really trying to be a trooper and stayed on as long as was possible through Richmond and Athens, but it has gotten to the point where she must return home and have her ankle taken care of and to recuperate. She's very upset about having to leave, it's been super fun having her on stage and around the bus.
Labels: Concert ReviewNew Pornographersokkervil river. More from the show herestay tuned for a full Rockist review
Artist: The Young Fresh Fellows Date Released: Label: Frontier Produced By: Butch Vig Tracklisting: The Telephone Tree Sittin' on a Pitchfork Looking Around Hillbilly Drummer Girl Whirlpool Once In A While The Teen Thing Thirsty Fear Bitterness And Hatred Hard To Mention Tomorrow's Gone (And So Are You) Evening There's A Love Swiftly But Gently (LP edition included the Zip-A-Dee-Doo . Electric Bird Digest, an Album by The Young Fresh Fellows. Released in on Frontier (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Power Pop. Oct 28, · Sittin' On A Pitchfork - Young Fresh Fellows [from Electric Bird Digest] Beerband mock-ironic feelgood anthem. It may be where I am but I wouldn't have it any other way. October 5, Banned Rehearsal - Keith Eisenbrey, Anna K, Aaron Keyt, Neal Kosály-Meyer [July ].
free as a bird, like the next best thing to be. free as a bird. home, home and dry, like a homing bird I'll fly as a bird on wings. whatever happened to, the life that we once knew? always made me feel so free. free as a bird. it's the next best thing to be. free as a bird, free as a bird, free as a bird.
Bird Watcher’s Digest, a bimonthly magazine for birders, was founded in Marietta, Ohio, in by Elsa and Bill Thompson, Jr. BWD also publishes Watching Backyard Birds for backyard sioprovcabradeperfscormarcodenmenssol.co the decades, BWD has expanded to include other modes and channels of content creation and distribution: websites, videos, podcasts, blogs, booklets, print and e-books, birding gear, and events, most. The Electric Bird Digest THE Quarterly Magazines for Amateur Electrobird Perhaps that means (coupled with the recent news about the song on the children's comp. thing) that a new Fellows Album is in the works? That would make me the happiest boy in the whole USA. Young Fresh Fellows show. Keep in mind that these are fairly low.
Whether you live in the city or in the bush, most people wake up to the sounds of birds chirping outside.
Electric Bird Digest is the sixth full-length album by rock band Young Fresh Fellows. It was the last Young Fresh Fellows album released by Frontier Records, and was originally issued in The original LP included a free single with the songs "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah", "Skyscraper of Facts" and "The Teen Thing".Genre: rock music. Listen to Electric Bird Digest on Spotify. The Young Fresh Fellows · Album · · 14 songs.
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