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The River Of Water - Yo La Tengo - Ride The Tiger (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Nikozragore
    12 The River Of Water 13 A House Is Not A Motel 14 Crispy Duck 15 Closing Time Tracks LP recorded at White Dog in Boston, Dec. 85/Jan. 86, originally released on Coyote Records. Tracks recorded at Water Music in Hoboken, May 85, 7" originally released on Egon Records/5(9).
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  2. Megami
    During this span, he contributed to their debut recording "The River of Water" and the band's highly acclaimed first LP, Ride the Tiger. Following Ride the Tiger, Schramm amicably left Yo La Tengo to form the Schramms with a number of musicians he had previously been connected to - Ron Metz, who had played drums in Human Switchboard, and former.
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  3. Voodoorr
    Complete song listing of Yo La Tengo on nforimimgrapchite.theitoctiogetitigebearligyhylap.infoinfo Rolling Stone: 4 stars out of "They begin and end the album with high-energy psychedelic guitar trances that break the ten-minute barrier without dragging for a second.". Tracks of Disc 1; 1. Pass the Hatchet, I Think I'm Goodkind; 2. Beanbag Chair.
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  4. Moogugul
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Yo La Tengo - Ride The Tiger at Discogs. Complete your Yo La Tengo collection.4/5().
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  5. Kazrat
    YO LA TENGO Vinyl Records and CDs Since the mids, this Hoboken, N.J., trio has won the hearts of many with their eclectic, creative guitar/organ-driven sound. A perennial critical favorite, Yo La Tengo have consistently released engaging, challenging pop music that is defiant of trends, and they maintain a fiercely devoted cult following.
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  6. Dour
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  7. Kajinris
    In the liner notes for Matador's rerelease of Yo La Tengo's first album, YLT singer and then-rhythm guitarist Ira Kaplan writes, "To me, [Ride the Tiger] sounds like a Dave Schramm album." He's not completely off; back in those days, Schramm's guitar work (which can be heard, to better effect, in the Schramms) easily dominated the sound of the /5(9).
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  8. Bralrajas
    Apr 22,  · Album #3 of my Yo La Tengo Discography Discovery Series. Taking it back to the first ever YLT album today bois. Also, just a disclaimer, I'm only reviewing the original 11 tracks that were on the LP upon its original release. Not the 4 bonus tracks that were added onto the CD reissue. So ive decided to listen to LP1 today.
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