Search
  
Back
Friend
 : Friend

variant image

by: GRIZZLY BEAR


Availability: Usually ships in 24 hours

Price: $6.99
as of 10/22/2017 22:45 EDT

This item ships for FREE with Super Saver Shipping.
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0801061016326
Format: EP
Item Dimensions: 2461020571
Label: Warp Records
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Warp Records
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: November 06, 2007
Publisher: Warp Records
Release Date: November 06, 2007
Studio: Warp Records




Disc 1:
  1. Alligator
  2. He Hit Me
  3. Little Brother
  4. Shift
  5. Plans
  6. Granny Diner
  7. Knife - C.S.S.
  8. Plans - Band Of Horses
  9. Knife - Atlas Sound
  10. Deep Blue Sea
  11. Untitled
Related Items: Alternate Versions: Click to Display

Browse for similar items by category: Click to Display



Editorial Review:

Product Description:
2007 collection of material featurine new, reworked and re-recorded songs, covers, and collaborations that encapsulate the Grizzly Bear sound. Friend is a testament to what Grizzly Bear has become in its three year history - A well loved, sonically adventurous and adaptable Pop band, with honey-sweet, four part harmonies, and an unforgettable live show. 10 tracks.

Amazon.com:
It's fitting that Grizzly Bear has titled their 10-song EP Friend, as the thing sounds like it was recorded specifically for the band's buddies. We have alternate versions of songs from their previous LP Yellow House, some of their indie-rock friends covering their own songs, and a home demo version of one song. That said, if you are the type to buy a record for just one song, the group's wonderfully produced cover of the controversial, spooky, and brilliant Phil Spector/Carole King 1962 number "He Hit Me (And it Felt Like a Kiss)" is certainly worth it. The rest is not bad by any means, and Grizzly Bear does its best to create radically different versions of older songs. In particular, the "choir" version of "Alligator" has the thing sounding like Low, the Grateful Dead, and Sonic Youth all at once--and in a good way. The only real drawback of Friend that it whets the appetite for a more substantial offering of all-new material from these talented, Brooklyn-based folkie experimentalists. --Mike McGonigal



Reviews
Average Rating: none





Home | Reviews | Artists | Video | Shop | Links | Contact Us
Ebizagenda.com | Cozmik Toys | Indigo Tunes | Taliesin Records | In Association With Amazon.com | Endless.com
Copyright 2010-2014 CD Maximum
CD Maximum Metal and Rock Video
    View Cart / Checkout  
   Shop  
    Airsoft  
    Apparel  
    Automotive  
    Baby  
    Beauty  
    Books  
    Computers  
    DVD  
    Electronics  
    Hobby Shop  
    Jewelry  
    Kitchen & House  
    Magazines  
    Music  
    Musical Instruments  
    Office Products  
    Outdoor Living  
    Software  
    Photo  
    Sporting Goods  
    Studio Equipment  
    Tools & Equipment  
    Toys  
    Video Games