Melissa's Garage Revisited

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Melissa's Garage Revisited
Studio album by Oblivians, Walter Daniels, Monsieur Jeffrey Evans
Released 1999
Recorded April 19, 1995 - April 20, 1995
Genre Garage Rock
Length 26:13
Label Sympathy for the Record Industry
Oblivians, Walter Daniels, Monsieur Jeffrey Evans chronology
Best Of The Worst: 93-97
(1999)
Melissa's Garage Revisited
(1999)
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Melissa's Garage Revisited is an LP/CD released by Memphis garage-rock band the Oblivians. The album features Austin-based harmonicist Walter Daniels and Memphis-based vocalist Jeffrey Evans. The album was originally released as an EP in 1995 by Texas record label, Undone. When released as an EP, the album was titled Walter Daniels Plays With Monsieur Jeffrey Evans & The Oblivians At Melissa's Garage. For the rerelease, the title was shortened and four new tracks from a '68 Comeback 7" were appended. [1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. It Don't Take Too Much - 3:53
  2. Rockin' In the Graveyard - 2:53
  3. Don't Worry - 2:31
  4. Dearest Darling - 3:46
  5. We're Not In It to Lose - 1:58

(Additional tracks added for rerelease)

  1. Someday My Prince Will Come - 3:22
  2. The Darker the Berry - 2:03
  3. Sticks and Stones - 3:32
  4. Bending Like a Willow Tree - 3:15

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