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We've longed for the day when LA-via- DC translants DEAD MEADOW would drop a studio album that matched the power of one of the best shows on the planet. With 'Old Growth' the firm of Simon, Kille and McCarty have delivered a remarkably clear, powerful and confident recording that should ele- vate the trio into the pantheon of the great guitar bands of our time. Recorded at Sunset ... Read more in Amazon's Dead Meadow Store

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  • Audio CD (16 Jun. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Matador
  • ASIN: B00009028M
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 194,296 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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  8. Me And The Devil Blues 3:37£0.99  Buy MP3 
  9. Shivering King 6:00£0.99  Buy MP3 
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Whitworth on 26 Dec. 2006
Format: Audio CD
The love child of The Sabbath and Spiritualized fronted by Montgomery Burns. The debut was good and Feathers LP is for wets. This is THE one.
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6 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mr Maggots on 29 Feb. 2004
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A retro sounding bluesy rock outfit. Sounds like a fusion of many different 70's rock bands, with a big warm lo-fi type sound. Lovely Stuff.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
This Demands Constant Rotation 30 April 2004
By Tommy - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Ok, this changes everything. These guys have been shredding fret boards for a while now, and they have found their groove with Shivering King & Others. All this talk of Black Sabbath, and Zeppelin, Neil's just scratching the surface of this utmost fantastic band. This brings to mind an image of the Maryland based band, Clutch, getting lifted with Brian Jonestown Massacre, and the guys from MC5 in the living room of the dark, and comfortably psychedelic house of Blue Cheer. Dead Meadow have come to bring the jams to your living room, so sit down, turn it up, fire up, and let these guys show you a damn good time. It has been a long time coming, and is so powerful it slaps you in the face and demands to stay.
Check out everything this band has to offer, other albums include: Their self-titled Dead Meadow, Howls from the Hills, and of course, Got Live If You Want It.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
A new one from D.C.'s sledgehammer trio 12 Jun. 2003
By Edwin W. Skinner - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Another (in addition to "Got Live if You Want it") top-notch release from the the D.C. stoner rock/70's metal/space-punk group . . . Like Neil Young stuck in perpetual "My My, Hey Hey (Into the Black)" mode, these guys walk around with the Hammer of the Gods hanging from their pockets, hitting you with skronky, feedback-laden guitar that flattens you like a semi hitting a squirrel. So what if you can't understand all the lyrics? To a great degree, that's sorta the point: this is mood music for folks in a not-so-great mood. The words mean very little when the aural assault is as powerful as this. Picture your favorite Led Zep instrumental passages, done up by a trio of pissed-off, melancholy kids with a strong Neil Young/howlin' wolf (the animal, not the blues great) fetish. Worth every penny.
If you're interested in the "Got Live . . ." review, check it out here at Amazon. Still working my way back to the early stuff . . .
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Another flawless masterpiece from Dead Meadow. 23 May 2005
By Parkansky - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Although it certainly wasn't bad, I was a little dissapointed with Dead Meadow's 2nd album, Howls From The Hills. It sounded a little too forced and dragged on, not in a good way. However, I knew that they had potential to make another masterpiece, much like their flawless debut. Well, they definetly went in the right direction with their 3rd album and first for Matador, Shivering Kings and Others. This is from, start to finish, a great album with absolutly no filler. From the drugged haze of I Love You Too to the psycadelic beauty of Raise The Sails, there's not a wasted note on this album.

This is also Dead Meadow at their most versatile. The new version of Everything's Goin' On is a cross between Black Sabbath and Spiritualized. Good Moanin' is a great track, with its heavy opening riff and long dragged out solos. At the end, there is a weird whistle playing an eerie melody. It fits the song very well.

The last 4 songs are good to go to sleep to. The title track has an interesting eastern-tinged melody, and Heaven is a great slow-paced ballad. Dead Meadow has definetly made a great album, and I hope they continue on this winning streak.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
They came to drop bombs 5 July 2003
By Colin L. Sangster - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Dead Meadow set a new high water mark for lunacy delivered with absolute sincerity. More cohesive, focussed, and mind-numbingly heavy than all their previous LPs put together, and that is saying alot. Like Spacemen3 and Black Sabbath getting stuck in the Brundle teleporter and coming out the other an improbable amalgam. On the one hand, ludicrous, on the other, so very very right. Right now.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Not complicated, but brilliant 22 Dec. 2005
By J. Rossi - Published on
Format: Audio CD
With their primal blues riffs, shambling drums and swirling atmospherics, Dead Meadow emerge from deep within the forest with its finest album, and one of the best of the new century.

While "I Love You Too," "Everything's Going On," "Good Moanin'," and "Raise the Sails" perfect the aformentioned two-note, sub-blues formula, the band doesn't ride just one horse over the course of these 12 songs.

"Babbling Flower" and "The Whirlings" step right out of the fuzzy 70s, "Wayfarers All," "She's Mine" and the beginning of "Shivering King" intercede with light acoustic moments, and this is probably the band's definitive version of "Heaven," the languid acoustic guitar, shimmering effects and forlorn vocals making the line 'Heaven isn't too far/It's far enough" ring all the truer. "Raise the Sails" is one of the finest and perfectly placed closing songs ever committed to tape, a rumbling, swirling opus.

A finely crafted album that deserves all the praise it has been given; a gem worthy of anyone's collection.
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