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Dump - I Can Hear Music flac album
  • Performer: Dump
  • Title: I Can Hear Music
  • Genre: Pop Rock
  • Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Pop,Indie Rock,Lo-Fi
  • Recording date: April, 1994 - October, 1994
  • Recording location: Brooklyn, NY
  • Date of release: May 1, 1995
  • MP3 size: 1857 mb
  • FLAC size 1479 mb
  • Formats MP1 AAC MP4 DXD MP2 AC3
  • Duration: 01:04:57

Along with 15 McNew originals in varied styles, with the sublime "Liberty Spikes" a particular standout, I Can Hear Music continues Dump's predilection for obscure and fascinating covers.

I Can Hear Music Tracklist Lyrics. About I Can Hear Music. I Can Hear Music Q&A.

Artist: Dump Genre: Rock Release Date: 1995 Label: Brinkman Catalog Number: 029 Recording: Studio Length: 01:00:42 Format: CD. Dig-Deeper. Transangelic Exodus (CD) Ezra Furman. Last Splash: LSXX (CD) The Breeders. I Can Hear Music (CD) Dump. I Can Hear Music (CD).

E A Sweet sweet music. Whenever you touch me baby D E A Whenever you're near. E The way I'm feeling inside D Dbm E You look at me we kiss and then. A I close my eyes and here it comes again. A D I can hear music. E A I can hear music. D E A The sound of the city baby seems to disappear. E A Sweet sweet music. Whenever you touch me baby D E Whenever you're near. A E.

James McNew's solo moniker plays off his talents in typically sly form. When the former bassist for Christmas joined Yo La Tengo for their album May I Sing With Me (1992), he gave Ira Kaplan and Georgia Hubley the additional talent of a third t. That eclectic indie-rock band, with its core duo of husband and wife, now added its solid anchor. McNew's wistful voice, if seemingly at odds with his stance on stage compared to his bandmates, continues to enrich YLT. Some of these Dump tracks feature Yo La Tengo, but as I was only provided a download file by the label, I cannot ascertain who contributed what to which of the many tracks.

The 1993 album Painful was Yo La Tengo’s first breakthrough, a whispery feedback-streak opus that stood as a worthy riposte to British shoegaze; Electr-O-Pura, two years later, sounded more spartan but boasted career-highlight songs like Blue Line Swinger. While those two records solidified Yo La Tengo as one of the best bands in a competitive indie rock landscape, 1997’s I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One was their first true masterpiece. It cracked No. 5 on the Village Voice’s Pazz & Jop critics’ poll, still the band’s highest placement, and has ranked high on 1990s best-albums lists, Pitchfork’s among them. But beyond its music, which has lost none of its luster, the album also captures a moment in time, and points to creative ideals that still matter.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Slow Down James McNew Dump 3:14
2 Jury Duty James McNew Dump 2:43
3 Hope, Joe James McNew Dump 3:42
4 Into Fall James McNew Dump 2:16
5 Flap My Arms James McNew Dump 4:15
6 The Letter Fish & Roses Dump 2:19
7 Relocation Program James McNew Dump 1:37
8 Invisible James McNew Dump 5:16
9 Morning Morning Tuli Kupferberg / James McNew Dump 2:10
10 Don't Let On James McNew Dump 4:45
11 Wanted Man Bob Dylan Dump 2:36
12 Curl James McNew Dump 3:31
13 Zusaan Says James McNew Dump 2:46
14 Liberty Spikes James McNew Dump 2:11
15 Burning James McNew Dump 4:14
16 It's Not Alright James McNew Dump 3:49
17 Beyond the Door James McNew Dump 3:40
18 Never Comes James McNew Dump 5:38
19 Vienna Dump 4:15


Fred Brockman - Mixing
Anne Clark - Photography
Dump - Primary Artist
Bob Dylan - Composer
Fish & Roses - Composer
Tuli Kupferberg - Composer
Terry Manning - Collage
James McNew - Bass, Casio, Composer, Drums, Guitar, Instrumentation, Maracas, Organ, Synthesizer, Tapes, Vocals
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