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David Baerwald - Triage (1993)

18-02-2015, 18:28
Music | Rock | Alternative | Indie | FLAC / APE

David Baerwald - Triage (1993)

Artist: David Baerwald
Title Of Album: Triage
Year Of Release: 1993
Label: Universal Music & VI
Genre: Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Adult Alternative Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 52:03 Min
Total Size: 149 Mb | 303 Mb (covers)


01. A Secret Silken World
02. The Got No Shotgun Hydrahead Octopus Blues
03. Nobody
04. The Waiter
05. AIDS & Armageddon
06. The Postman
07. A Bitter Tree
08. China Lake
09. A Brand New Morning
10. Born For Love

A slight change of direction here. Often cited as the album of his career, Triage is a rocky ride. The filmic "Secret Silken World" shows off Baerwald as the Charles Bukowski of rock, detailing seedy characters, and features Mr. A of A&M, Herb Alpert, on the equally cinematic trumpet. For "The Got No Shotgun Hydrahead Octopus Blues," well, Baerwald is angry, to the extent he wasn't afraid to issue it as a single! Recorded in 1992 when America was in the grip of grunge and introspection, Baerwald makes an effort to keep up with the times by doing a white man's Public Enemy on "Nobody." Triage differs from previous work in its adoption of samples and even power tools (!!) as instrumentation. "The Waiter Plus AIDS" and "Armageddon" have comical moments in their lyrics, particularly the latter, where Baerwald recounts a lover informing him " know you're gonna die," to which he replies "Yeah, but not yet." Fans of Bedtime Stories will be relieved by the inclusion of "China Lake," one of Triage's lighter moments. By this time Baerwald was certainly looking to the future and had hooked up with Bill Bottrell, Dan Schwartz, Kevin Gilbert and Brian MacLeod, who made up part of a group known as the Tuesday Night Music Club. Its frontwoman was Sheryl Crow -- but that's another story.

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dreamweaver   User offline   11 June 2016 05:04

Any chance of a lossless re-up? Many thanks!

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