The Good Earth (The Feelies album)
|The Good Earth|
|Studio album by The Feelies|
|Studio||Mixolydian Studios, Boonton, New Jersey|
|Genre||Post-punk, alternative rock|
|Label||Coyote/Twin/Tone Records (original US release)
Rough Trade (original UK release)
Bar/None (2009 US reissue)
Domino (2009 UK reissue)
|Producer||Glenn Mercer, Bill Million, Peter Buck|
|The Feelies chronology|
|The A.V. Club||A|
|The Rolling Stone Album Guide|||
|The Village Voice||A−|
The Good Earth is the second album by American alternative rock band The Feelies. It was released in 1986 on Coyote Records, six years following their debut album Crazy Rhythms. The original LP was contained in a sleeve designed by Glenn Mercer, featuring a front cover photo of the band by bassist Brenda Sauter and a back cover photo by John Baumgartner with coloring by Sauter.
All songs written by Glenn Mercer and Bill Million.
- Side one
- "On the Roof"
- "The High Road"
- "The Last Roundup"
- "Slipping (Into Something)"
- "When Company Comes"
- Side two
- "Let's Go"
- "Two Rooms"
- "The Good Earth"
- "Tomorrow Today"
- "Slow Down"
- Glenn Mercer – lead and rhythm guitars, vocals, keyboards
- Bill Million – rhythm and lead guitars, backing vocals
- Dave Weckerman – percussion
- Brenda Sauter – bass guitar, backing vocals, violin
- Stan Demeski – drums, percussion
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