fIREHOSE - Flyin' The Flannel (Red vinyl)
fIREHOSE - Flyin' The Flannel (Red vinyl)
fIREHOSE - Flyin' The Flannel (Red vinyl)
fIREHOSE - Flyin' The Flannel (Red vinyl)
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fIREHOSE - Flyin' The Flannel (Red vinyl)
fIREHOSE - Flyin' The Flannel (Red vinyl)
fIREHOSE - Flyin' The Flannel (Red vinyl)
fIREHOSE - Flyin' The Flannel (Red vinyl)

fIREHOSE - Flyin' The Flannel (Red vinyl)

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Bass [Thunder Broom] – Mike Watt

Drums – George Hurley

Guitar, Vocals [Singing] – Ed Crawford

Voice  – Mike Watt (A4, B4)

Lyrics by Mike Watt (A1, A2, A5 to A7, B1 to B5)

 

1 LP, standard sleeve

Limited edition

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : Red

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : unspecified

Label :  ORG Music

Original Label :  Columbia

Recorded  January 21-30, 1991 and then mixed during february 3-6, 1991 at Mad Dog in Venice, CA. by Paul Q. Kolderie

Produced by Paul Q. Kolderie, fIREHOSE

Originally released in 1991

Reissued in 2012

 

Tracks :

Side A:

  1. Down With The Bass
  2. Up Finnegan's Ladder           
  3. Can't Believe
  4. Walking The Cow
  5. Flyin' The Flannel      
  6. Epoxy, For Example  
  7. O'er The Town Of Pedro      
  8. Too Long       

 

Side B:

  1. The First Cuss
  2. Anti-Misogyny Maneuver
  3. Toolin'
  4. Song For Dave Alvin
  5. Tien An Man Dream Again   
  6. Lost Colors    
  7. Towin' The Line         
  8. Losers, Boozers And Heroes

 

Reviews :

"It was a pretty big deal in the underground rock community when fIREHOSE made the jump from an independent record label to a major one (Columbia) with their fourth full-length record, 1991's Flyin' the Flannel. But fans shouldn't have worried; the trio didn't change its sound to fit its new label, although the songwriting did become more succinct, which only improved the album's outstanding 16 tracks (resulting in fIREHOSE's finest album). The album-opening anthem, "Down With the Bass," is a Mike Watt tribute to his beloved four-string, while the band rocks out throughout the album: "Up Finnegan's Ladder," "Can't Believe," the title track, "O'er the Town of Pedro," "The First Cuss," "Anti-Misogyny Maneuver," and "Town' the Line" are all standouts. Like all fIREHOSE albums, Flyin' the Flannel includes its share of soothing moments, such as "Toolin'," "Walking the Cow," the downtrodden album closer "Losers, Boozers, and Heroes," and perhaps the best song on the album, the swirling jazz of "Epoxy, for Example." Flyin' the Flannel is one of the great lost rock gems of the '90s. Super highly recommended." AllMusic Review by Greg Prato

 

Ratings :

AllMusic 3.5/5  ,  Discogs 4.13/5 

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