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Album Review

Green on Red's tinge of psychedelia was provided by Chris Cacavas' organ. But already, the band had traded in most psychedelic references for an Americana influence, along the lines of John Fogerty spiked with Roky Erickson. Completists might find they need Gravity Talks, but better work comes on the band's next record, Gas Food Lodging.

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I bought this cassette while stationed at Travis AFB in the early 1980s and became a big fan. This recording sounds reminds me a lot of the Doors organ led music.

The Real

While Pearl Jam was the most over rated band in music history, these guys were the least. One of musics biggest rip off was their lack of exposure, and until recently how difficult it was to find their music anywhere. I still have this one on vinyl. Great CD, great song wrtitting, great band.

Awesome album!

The review at the top says "Completists might find they need Gravity Talks" but I will tell you this album is something special, in my mind their very best.


Formed: 1981 in Tucson, AZ

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Always wary of their paisley underground tag, it was only Green on Red's debut EP that leaned on the psychedelic sounds of the '60s before they traded it in for a boozy, all-American sound. They have been credited as latter-day forbears to the No Depression sound forged by Wilco and Son Volt. Singer and songwriter Dan Stuart, Chris Cacavas (keyboards), and Jack Waterson (bass) formed their first group in Tucson, AZ, in 1979. After the band relocated to L.A., drummer Alex MacNicol joined up and Green...
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