Dobro – Max JohnstonGuitar – John Stirratt
|3||We've Been Had||3:24|
|4||No Sense In Lovin'||3:45|
|5||Give Back The Key To My Heart|
Vocals, Guitar, Written-By – Doug Sahm
|7||The Long Cut||3:18|
|8||Steal The Crumbs||3:38|
Banjo – Max Johnston
Mandolin – Jay Farrar
Guitar – John Stirratt
|9 45424-2||Uncle Tupelo||Anodyne (CD, Album)||Sire, Reprise Records||9 45424-2||US||1993|
|9362-45424-2||Uncle Tupelo||Anodyne (CD, Album, RE)||Sire, Reprise Records||9362-45424-2||Europe||Unknown|
|R1 45424||Uncle Tupelo||Anodyne (LP, Album, RE, 180)||Rhino Records||R1 45424||US||2010|
|24 54244||Uncle Tupelo||Anodyne (Cass, Album)||Sire||24 54244||Canada||1993|
|2-45424-A||Uncle Tupelo||Anodyne (CD, Album, Promo, Adv)||Sire, Reprise Records||2-45424-A||US||1993|
- Art Direction, Design – Dave C. Birke
- Bass – Jeff Tweedy (tracks: 1, 7, 9, 10, 12), John Stirratt (tracks: 3 to 6, 8, 11)
- Drums – Ken Coomer
- Fiddle – Max Johnston (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 12)
- Guitar – Jay Farrar (tracks: 1, 3 to 12), Jeff Tweedy (tracks: 2 to 6, 8, 11)
- Management – Tony Margherita
- Mastered By – Scott Hull
- Photography By – Dan Corrigan
- Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Brian Paulson
- Steel Guitar [Lap] – Max Johnston (tracks: 3, 7, 8)
- Steel Guitar [Pedal] – Lloyd Maines (tracks: 7, 10, 11)
- Vocals – Jay Farrar (tracks: 1, 4, 5, 7 to 10, 12), Jeff Tweedy (tracks: 2 to 6, 8, 11)
- Written-By – Farrar (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 12), Tweedy (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 12)
"This album was recorded entirely live at Cedar Creek Recording in Austin, Texas, in May and June 1993."
© ℗ 1993 Sire Records Company, marketed by Reprise Records, a Time Warner Company. Made In Germany.
© ℗ 1993 Sire Records Company for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the U.S.
Jewel case, black tray, foldout front inlay.
Codici a barre
- Barcode: 0 9362-45424-2 1
- Barcode (Scanned): 093624542421
- Label Code: LC 3228
- Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
- Price Code: WE 833
- Matrix / Runout: 936245424-2.2 WME
- Marketed By – Reprise Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sire Records Company
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA International Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Sire Records Company
- Copyright (c) – WEA International Inc.
- Made By – Warner Music Manufacturing Europe
- Pressed By – WMME Alsdorf
- Published By – Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
- Published By – Ver Music
- Published By – Feedhorn Songs
- Published By – Crazy Cajun Music
- Published By – Doug Sahm Music
- Recorded At – Cedar Creek Recording
- Mastered At – Masterdisk
Anodyne is the fourth and final studio album by alternative country band Uncle Tupelo, released on October 5, 1993. The recording of the album was preceded by the departure of the original drummer Mike Heidorn and the addition of three new band members: bassist John Stirratt, drummer Ken Coomer, and multi-instrumentalist Max Johnston. The band signed with Sire Records shortly before recording the album Anodyne was Uncle Tupelo's only major label release until 8993: An Anthology in 2002. Anodyne - Uncle Tupelo. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Uncle Tupelo never struck a finer balance between rock and country than on Anodyne, their major-label debut and parting shot. Songs in album Uncle Tupelo - Anodyne 1993. Uncle Tupelo - Slate. Uncle Tupelo - Acuff-Rose. Uncle Tupelo - The Long Cut. Uncle Tupelo - Give Back The Key To My Heart. Uncle Tupelo - Chickamauga. Uncle Tupelo - New Madrid. Uncle Tupelo - Anodyne. Uncle Tupelo - We've Been Had. Uncle Tupelo - Fifteen Keys. Uncle Tupelo - High Water. Uncle Tupelo - No Sense. Uncle Tupelo released their final album 'Anodyne' on October 5th, 1993. When Americana pioneers Uncle Tupelo released their major-label debut, Anodyne on October 5th, 1993, it should have been the beginning of something big. In a way, it was. Led by Jay Farrar and Jeff Tweedy from tiny Belleville, Illinois, the alt-country movements promising breakout band was packing clubs in major cities across America and Europe, not just the college towns where they spent years building their fan base. Album 1993 12 Songs. Anodyne Uncle Tupelo. the album, Anodyne 1993 on Sire Records. Uncle Tupelo. WMG от лица компании Reprise BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. PEDL, LatinAutor, BMG Rights Management US, LLC, CMRRA, ARESA и другие авторские общества 4. Released October 5, 1993. Anodyne Tracklist. Slate Lyrics. Uncle Tupelo's marriage of punk rock animus with the simplicity of American roots music ignited a major movement heralding rock's return to traditional country origins. Anodyne, their 1993 release, was widely considered their definitive work. The disc reinterprets country, rock, and folk idioms with the compelling vision that was Tupelo's own. The CD has been expanded by 5 tracks and remastered to capture the live brilliance more faithfully than ever. Uncle Tupelo was an alternative country music group from Belleville, Illinois, active between 1987 and 1994. Jay Farrar, Jeff Tweedy, and Mike Heidorn formed the band after the lead singer of their previous band, The Primitives, left to attend college. The trio recorded three albums for Rockville Records, before signing with Sire Records and expanding to a five-piece. Shortly after the release of the band's major label debut album Anodyne, Farrar announced his decision to leave the band due to a soured relationship with his co-songwriter Tweedy. Uncle Tupelo split on May 1, 199 read more