The Lemonheads - Come on Feel: 30th Anniversary | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. The Great Big No
2. Into Your Arms
3. It's About Time
4. Down About it
5. Paid to Smile
6. Big Gay Heart
7. Style
8. Rest Assured
9. Dawn Can't Decide
10. I'll do it Anyway
11. Rick James Style
12. Being Around
13. Favorite T
14. You Can Take it With You
15. The Jello Fund ( + Lenny - hidden track)

DISC: 2

1. Big Gay Heart (Demo)
2. Being Around (Alternative)
3. Into Your Arms (Acoustic)
4. Down About It (Acoustic)
5. Deep Bottom Cove
6. Acoustic Rick James Style
7. It's About Time (Acoustic)
8. Miss Otis regrets
9. Learning the Game
10. Little Black Egg
11. Streets of Baltimore (Acoustic)
12. Frying Pan
13. He's on the Beach
14. Favorite T (Live in Session)

More Info:

Expanded 30th anniversary re-issue of The Lemonheads’ classic 1993 album. The breakthrough record that took American alt rock global and catapulted Evan Dando into the hearts of a generation. With a wealth of unreleased demos, alternative versions and rarities - including covers of Victoria Williams, Buddy Holly and The Flying Burrito Brothers plus the Cole Porter standard ‘Miss Otis Regrets’.

In the 90’s Evan’s Lemonheads produced hit after a hit, a string of super cool singles: ‘Big Gay Heart’, ‘Into Your Arms’, ‘It’s About Time’, and ‘The Great Big NO’. Pure genius filling the radio waves and taking the stage... Some 30 years on; Evan is still knocking that song writing thing out of the park and ‘Come On Feel The Lemonheads’ sounds as fresh and perky as it ever did. Amid the hits on the original record are stencils and outlines for yet more magical music and now this deluxe edition adds a second disc of demos and acoustic versions, plus a host of one-offs from sessions and compilations that add further colour to the myth and how it was created.

There’s the cover of Victoria Williams’ ‘Frying Pan’ from her ‘Sweet Relief’ album, which is joined by an eclectic set of flipsides and out-takes, like their version of ‘Little Black Egg’ by The Nightcrawlers, Evan’s homage to Gram Parsons on the winsome ‘Streets Of Baltimore’ and Buddy Holly’s melancholy ‘Learning The Game’. Evan knows a good song when he hears it, as ‘Come On Feel The Lemonheads’ certainly proved.

“Come On Feel was home to some of his best, sharpest writing – fabulous sunny powerpop and beautiful ballads” The Guardian