Given that The Feelies will be performing their innovative classic, Crazy Rhythms, from beginning to end at the upcoming New York edition of All Tomorrows Parties, it makes sense that theyd further celebrate the benchmark album by reissuing it along with its follow-up, The Good Earth, as Prefix Magazine reports they’ll do.
The album, which combines avant-garde sensibilities (drummer Anton Fier is among John Zorns many comrades) with pop music structure, has been cited by countless bands since its initial 1980 release as an enormous influence. The releases are set to include the albums in full, as they were originally sequenced (that means Crazy Rhythms is minus the Paint It Black cover), with bonus tracks and access to digital downloads.
Check out the track listings below:
Crazy Rhythms Tracklist:
01. The Boy With The Perpetual Nervousness
02. Fa cé-La
03. Loveless Love
04. Forces At Work
05. Original Love
06. Everybodys Got Something To Hide (Except Me And My Monkey)
07. Moscow Nights
08. Raised Eyebrows
09. Crazy Rhythms
Crazy Rhythms bonus tracks:
01. Fa cé-La [single version] originally released as a 7 on Rough Trade
02. The Boy With The Perpetual Nervousness [Carla Bley demo version]
03. Moscow Nights [Carla Bley demo version]
04. Crazy Rhythms [Live] From the 9:30 Club (Washington, D.C.), recorded March 14, 2009
05. I Wanna Sleep In Your Arms [Live] From the 9:30 Club (Washington, D.C.), recorded March 14, 2009. Modern Lovers cover.
The Good Earth Tracklist:
01. On The Roof
02. The High Road
03. The Last Roundup
04. Slipping (Into Something)
05. When Company Comes
06. Lets Go
07. Two Rooms
08. The Good Earth
09. Tomorrow Today
10. Slow Down
The Good Earth bonus tracks:
1. She Said, She Said originally on the No One Knows vinyl EP on Coyote Records through Twin/Tone Records (US). Beatles cover.
2. Sedan Delivery originally on the No One Knows vinyl EP on Coyote Records through Twin/Tone Records (US). Neil Young cover.
3. Slipping (Into Something) [Live] From the 9:30 Club (Washington, D.C.), recorded March 14, 2009.