Category: Classical

Eleventh Dream Day - Where Is Jim? (Vinyl)



  1. On Works For Tomorrow Jim Elkington (Tweedy, Steve Gunn) joins Rick Rizzo, Janet Bean (Freakwater), Mark Greenberg (The Coctails), and Doug McCombs (Tortoise, Brokeback, Pullman). This is the first time since that Dream Day has recorded with a second guitarist. Works For Tomorrow was recorded and mixed at Wilco’s renowned Loft Studio and Mayfair Recordings.
  2. New Moodio by Eleventh Dream Day, released 1. Thinking Out Loud 2. That's The Point 3. Making Like A Rug 4. Sunflower 5. Figure It Out 6. Dakota 7. Lose-Win 8. After This Time Is Gone 9. Where Is My Saint Honey Slide Rubberband Everywhere Down Here Raft Song “New Moodio” is Eleventh Dream Day’s “lost record,” a parallel world version of ’s “El.
  3. Jul 24,  · Eleventh Dream Day is known for their raw, inexhaustible live performances. They honed the songs on Works For Tomorrow during an extended residency at Chicago’s Hideout Club, and the packed, sweaty energy of those shows is unmistakable on this new recording.
  4. He urged Eleventh Dream Day to start over with a new producer, and the band spent the better part of working on what would become El Moodio, their third and final major label record. The songs on New Moodio have stayed in the vaults for twenty years, forgotten.
  5. Eleventh Dream Day has since recorded new albums every few years, starting with ’s Eighth. Recent albums have balanced the band’s Young-influenced approach with an interest in ambient sound, likely influenced by McCombs’s work with Tortoise.
  6. Jul 27,  · Eleventh Dream Day's major label-debut, and second album overall, Beet, was simply not the stuff of stadiums, boom boxes, and adoring groupies. It was however one of the most unaffected corporate co-opted albums of it's kind, bristling with wailing feedback squalls, Velvets-y swagger, topped off with enviable escapist motifs and dark character.
  7. Eleventh Dream Day's 2nd full length and one of the best rock albums to come out of Chicago and/ or Louisville in the 80s. If you kids like the rock & roll of the Neil Young & Crazy Horse (loose, crazed electric guitars), X (barbed guy/ girl traded lead vocals), and earlier Giant Sand or Uncle Tupelo (feedback-echoed twang) you truly can't do.
  8. Oct 14,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Where Is Jim? on Discogs. Label: Friends of EDD - FOE • Format: Vinyl 7 Eleventh Dream Day - Where Is Jim?5/5(2).
  9. Dec 23,  · Chicagoans of the year in music: Tim and Katie Tuten, Jim and Mike Hinchsliff and the Hideout community that make it more than just a concert venue By Greg Kot Dec 23, at PM.

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