Broken - Sebadoh - The Freed Weed
Label: Homestead Records - HMS158-2,Homestead Records - hms158-2 • Format: CD Album, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Lo-Fi
Weed Quinto Elemento - Tres Molentes - Dal Nulla is an album by the American indie rock band Sebadoh. It was originally self-released by Barlow on cassette inunder the Sentridoh Broken - Sebadoh - The Freed Weed , the solo home-recording project of American rock musician and Sebadoh member Lou Barlowand sold at record stores in his native Massachusetts in an approximate run of Init was officially released by Homestead on vinyl and cassette under the name of Barlow's newly formed band Sebadoh.
Later that year it was re-released on CD by Homestead on the Sebadoh compilation album The Freed Weedwhich also contains a number of songs from the band's debut album, The Freed Man Inthe album was again self-released under the Sentridoh name, in a number of formats on the website Bandcampincluding CD, vinyl, cassette and digital download.
The album was named after a lyric in the Barlow song "Lose," which was not included in Weed Forestin but reworked into a Dinosaur Jr. In his July newsletter, Barlow explained that "i was -not- high on marijuana when i recorded this. Weed Forestin ' was recorded in andwhen Barlow was the bassist of the American indie rock band Dinosaur Jr. Sebadoh, which Barlow co-founded with Eric Gaffneystarted Broken - Sebadoh - The Freed Weed a songwriting outlet for Barlow outside of Dinosaur Jr, whose lead singer and guitarist, J.
MascisBarlow would later publicly clash with. Weed Forestin ' was recorded on a 4-track in the basement of Barlow's parents,  and feature Barlow on a Stella acoustic guitaran acoustic baritone ukuleleand vocals.
Weed Forestin 'like The Freed Manepitomizes the lo-fi aesthetic that Sebadoh helped popularize in the indie rock scene of the early s, with their landmark album Sebadoh III However, the recording quality of these two albums is lower than any subsequent Sebadoh albums.
Weed Forestin ' is the most Barlow-centric of any Sebadoh release - more so than The Freed Broken - Sebadoh - The Freed Weed which was recorded in and features a number of Gaffney's songs. Farther Along - Various - Best Of Praise 98 seen as a Sentridoh album, however, Weed Forestin is unique in that it contains consistent contributions from another Sebadoh member in Gaffney.
Sebadoh became a three-piece in with the arrival of Jason Loewensteinand all future Sebadoh albums feature songwriting contributions from Barlow, Loewenstein and other members, including Gaffney until his departure in Following Sebadoh's evolution into a traditional band in the early s, Barlow continued to release home recordings under the Sentridoh name.
Allmusic's Richie Unterberger praised the album for Barlow's "appealing voice, sensitive wit, and knack for affected burned-out acid-folk," but wrote "the merits are often buried beneath hiss and tomfoolery, as if [Barlow] wasn't convinced his music was any good on its own terms, and so tried to pretend it was all a joke. However, in a interview with The OnionBarlow My Ideology - Professor Griff - Kaos II Wiz *7* Dome that he "really worked on" his early home recordings, citing Weed Forestin ' and his Sentridoh material in particular, but "realized that in the end, because it was [recorded] on four-track cassette, a large group of people weren't going to take it seriously.
But that was all I had, you know? If we'd had Pro Tools when I was 21? With that kind of energy, and those kind of ideas just fuckin' rushing at me? I could've made something that didn't have tape hiss on it, so people would think it was "legitimate. The album was well-reviewed upon its reissue in Pitchfork ' s Mark Richardson questioned "whether a year-old album of home-recorded indie folk These recordings gained Barlow support from Sonic Youth.
British artist Daryl Waller made a short film for the album independently, and mailed it to Barlow in the early s. On February 14,the album was again self-released under the Sentridoh name on the website Bandcamp. Underground - Shoot The Moon - Nothing Intelligent To Say was made available for pre-order on February 4, and instantly became the website's number one seller.
The release had a run of 1, units, including 1, vinyl records of which were special editions that came with a USB drive including bonus music and a hand-drawn short film by artist Daryl Wallerdouble CD packages, and cassette tapes. The release was spearheaded by Maxwell Wood.
The release was remastered from the original 4-track cassette tapes, showing the album as it was originally intended by Barlow. In a interview, Barlow stated that the first mastering sessions for the album was a "hatchet job. The reissue includes Child of the Apocalypsea collection of bonus material including alternative takes, lengthy tapes collages and songs Broken - Sebadoh - The Freed Weed didn't make the original record.
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