The Days of Wine And Roses
Download links and information about The Days of Wine And Roses by The Dream Syndicate. This album was released in 1982 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 42:32 minutes.
|Artist:||The Dream Syndicate|
|Genre:||Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative|
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|1.||Tell Me When It's Over||3:32|
|3.||That's What You Always Say||3:13|
|4.||Then She Remembers||4:07|
|6.||When You Smile||4:15|
|8.||Too Little, Too Late||3:26|
|9.||The Days of Wine And Roses||7:29|
Like a framed snapshot in a pop-music timeline, this album cover and its impossibly pure, aquamarine splash of color signifies for many a benchmark in the evolution of indie-rock. Emerging from California sun-drenched punk, but colored by the darker hues of New York’s own musical tableaux (Velvet Underground, Television), The Dream Syndicate’s sound was a wash of droney guitar feedback, melodies carved with a chugging, muscular rhythm section and razor-edged rhythm guitar. Dubbed “the Paisley Underground,” L.A.’s burgeoning scene of psychedelic-influenced post-punk was seeded with a good number of solid bands, but the Dream Syndicate’s first album became a standard-bearer of the genre. Bookended by the languorous yet robust “Tell Me When It’s Over” and the explosive title track, where the guitars coil and spring like a hungry beast, several equally powerful tracks — like the howling “Then She Remembers,” the rollicking “Definitely Clean,” and the album’s stealthy centerpiece, “Halloween” — comprise one of the finest moments in the metamorphosis of punk into something more accessible, without compromise or dilution. Sheer beauty.