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  1. Aug 26,  · Swell: Swell ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Badman Recording Co. BRCD US: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review. CD August 26, Report; referencing Swell, LP, Album, Ltd, PSY One of the 3 BEST RECORDS OF and today still FIRST CLASS. I love it very very much. /5(56).
  2. Well?, an Album by Swell. Released in February on pSycho-sPecific (catalog no. PSY CD; CD). Genres: Indie Rock. Featured peformers: Monte Vallier (bass), John Dettman (guitar), Sean Kirkpatrick (drums), David Freel (guitar, vocals), Swell (aka_text music role_id aka_text, production, design, photography), Cynthia Wells (co-producer), Richard McGhee (MC), Andy Murdock (editing).
  3. Get all the lyrics to songs on Well? and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  4. Alternating influences from neo-psychedelia, noise pop, and Ennio Morricone film scores, Swell formed in San Francisco in when vocalist/guitarist David Freel and drummer Sean Kirkpatrick decided.
  5. SWELL Vinyl Records and CDs Swell's pseudo experimental sound is a neo-psychedelic cat's cradle of tangled Noise Pop, often unraveling to linear, moody approximations of soundtrack music. They're not especially accessible to the more pop-inclined, but their fuzzy guitar rock -- like a more drone-heavy Pavement -- can be mesmerizing.
  6. Of course, humor has always played a big part in country -- George Jones, one of Paisley's heroes, made novelties his stock-in-trade -- but there was a terminal cutesiness that threatened to overwhelm his otherwise excellent third album, Mud on the Tires. Thankfully, Paisley has reigned in this trait on its superb follow-up, 's Time Well.
  7. “Everything is Swell” has been my motto for the last ten years. Even in challenging times like these I want to stick to that. The purpose for this post, and I guess anything subsequent, is to help myself and others tune out the static. I’m sharing this because I need it. I’m sharing this because I want to help the world tune out the static.
  8. This album summarizes the 90s. Better than Nirvana, and I am a Nirvana fan. If you think that is an over statement, just buy the album and see for yourself. From start to finish, this album churns, boils, dissolves, as the lyrics swell into perfect clarity for moments of pure bliss, to the tortured drone of unexpected hope/5(9).

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