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Healthy Sick - Sebadoh - The Freed Man (Cassette, Album)

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  1. A lot of good memories are associated with Sebadoh's "The Freed Man." I used to play my LP copy a lot during high school about 10 years ago. It was totally inspirational for me recording with my own four-track at home. Luckily back then, I was able to find a copy on cassette /5(7).
  2. The Freed Man has a different songlist on Cassette, Vinyl, and now a proper CD release where the flow and cohesion of tracks is CLEARLY superior to all prior releases. No idea where people are getting the idea that the Vinyl is supposed to be how this record HAS to sound/5(6).
  3. Sebadoh The Freed Man UK Promo CD album (CDLP) Tracklisting / Additional Info: 1. Healthy Sick 2. Level Anything 3. Soulmate 4. Ladybugs 5. Close Enough 6. True Hardcore 7. Julienne 8. Wrists 9. Amherst Hanging House McKinley's Lament Solid Brown Narrow Stories Bridge Was You Drifts On Thru Overturns Yellow Submarine.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Sick Woman (Looking for a Healthy Man) - Contessa Black on AllMusic.
  5. The Freed Man, an Album by Sebadoh. Released in September on Homestead (catalog no. HMS; Vinyl LP). Genres: Lo-Fi Indie, Indie Folk.
  6. Not long after Sebadoh's The Freed Man first surfaced as a cassette-only release, Barlow was fired from Dinosaur Jr., and what was once his creative safety valve suddenly became his primary musical forum, and the rough, purposefully distorted textures of Sebadoh's primitive early work (recorded on inexpensive four-track cassette decks and then 7/
  7. The "Weed Forestin" part is identical to the original album, but the "Freed Man" half is quite different from the original. So don't think that you have the complete Freed Man LP if you buy this CD! Freed Man has many more songs (especially Lou songs (like 'Healthy Sick')) as well as different versions of a lot of the Eric songs! It is a must have!/5(10).
  8. Album Description. When Lou Barlow first started recording as Sebadoh with his pal Eric Gaffney in , he was still playing bass in Dinosaur Jr., and the group's early work practically defines the "side project syndrome" -- since Barlow was already a member of another, more "serious" band at the same time, Sebadoh gave him the opportunity to be as silly, as cryptic, or as obsessively.

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