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Blind Melon by Blind Melon (CD) Rock Pop Alternative Music Soak The Sun

Blind Melon by Blind Melon (CD) Rock Pop Alternative Music Soak The Sun

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Additional Information about Blind Melon by Blind Melon (CD, Sep-1992, Capitol/EMI Records)
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Album Features
UPC: 077779658527
Artist: Blind Melon
Format: CD
Release Year: 1992
Record Label: Capitol/EMI Records
Genre: Alternative, Rock & Pop

Track Listing
1. Soak the Sin
2. Tones of Home
3. I Wonder
4. Paper Scratcher
5. Dear Ol' Dad
6. Change
7. No Rain
8. Deserted
9. Sleepy House
9. Sleepyhouse
10. Holyman
11. Seed to a Tree
12. Drive
13. Time

Details
Playing Time: 55 min.
Producer: Blind Melon, Rick Parashar
Distributor: EMI Music Distribution
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a

Album Notes
Blind Melon: Shannon Hoon (vocals); Thomas Rogers Stevens, Christopher Thorn (guitar); Brad Smith (bass); Glen Graham (drums).Additional personnel: Sabbi Kahn (sarangi).Recorded at London Bridge Studios, Seattle, Washington in February 1992.Given the preponderance of synthesizers and samples on contemporary radio outlets, fans of guitar bands must be feeling a little let down, when along comes a Blind Melon. BLIND MELON puts a contemporary slant on metal, blues and assorted psychedelia without sounding lost in the past. Nevertheless, their deep roots in classic FM sounds help define their appeal, not unlike that of a Pearl Jam.Vocalist Hoon howls at the moon in the best tradition of Robert Plant, Ozzy Osbourne and Axl Rose, while the Glen Graham-Brad Smith rhythm team moves convincingly from rock thrash ("Paper Scratcher") to funk ("Seed To A Tree") and even some country and eastern sounds ("Holyman," "Sleepyhouse"). But the heart and soul of BLIND MELON are the loose spacey exchanges between guitarists Christopher Thorn and Roger Stevens, who sound at times like the Grateful Dead paraphrasing Led Zeppelin ("Soak The Sun," "No Rain").Blind Melon was nominated for a 1994 Grammy Award as "Best New Artist."

Blind Melon: Shannon Hoon (vocals); Thomas Rogers Stevens, Christopher Thorn (guitar); Brad Smith (bass); Glen Graham (drums).Additional personnel: Sabbi Kahn (sarangi).Recorded at London Bridge Studios, Seattle, Washington in February 1992.Personnel: Shannon Hoon (vocals); Christopher Thorn, Rogers Stevens (guitar); Glenn Graham (drums, percussion); Brad Smith (background vocals).Audio Mixers: Rick Parashar; Blind Melon.Recording information: London Bridge Studios, Seattle, WA (02/1992-06/1992).Photographer: Heather Devlin.Given the preponderance of synthesizers and samples on contemporary radio outlets, fans of guitar bands must be feeling a little let down, when along comes a Blind Melon. BLIND MELON puts a contemporary slant on metal, blues and assorted psychedelia without sounding lost in the past. Nevertheless, their deep roots in classic FM sounds help define their appeal, not unlike that of a Pearl Jam.Vocalist Hoon howls at the moon in the best tradition of Robert Plant, Ozzy Osbourne and Axl Rose, while the Glen Graham-Brad Smith rhythm team moves convincingly from rock thrash ("Paper Scratcher") to funk ("Seed To A Tree") and even some country and eastern sounds ("Holyman," "Sleepyhouse"). But the heart and soul of BLIND MELON are the loose spacey exchanges between guitarists Christopher Thorn and Roger Stevens, who sound at times like the Grateful Dead paraphrasing Led Zeppelin ("Soak The Sun," "No Rain").Blind Melon was nominated for a 1994 Grammy Award as "Best New Artist."

 



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