I Mother Earth - Scenery And Fish flac
|1||Three Days Old||5:47|
|2||Earth, Sky & C.||7:06|
|4||Used To Be Alright||5:27|
|6||Shortcut To Moncton||7:56|
|7||Like A Girl|
Guitar – Alex Lifeson
|9||Songburst & Delirium||5:55|
|10||One More Astronaut|
|13||One More Astronaut||5:24|
|14||Sense Of Henry||5:16|
|CDP 532919||I Mother Earth||Scenery And Fish (CD, Album, Enh)||Capitol Records||CDP 532919||Canada||1996|
|none||I Mother Earth||Scenery And Fish (Cass, Album, Promo)||Spin Records||none||Germany||1996|
|7243 8 32919 4 6||I Mother Earth||Scenery And Fish (Cass, Album, Club, Dol)||Capitol Records||7243 8 32919 4 6||Canada||1996|
|07243 83291946||I Mother Earth||Scenery And Fish (Cass, Album)||EMI (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd||07243 83291946||Malaysia||1996|
|CDP 7243 8 32919 0 8||I Mother Earth||Scenery And Fish (CD, Album, Club, Enh)||Capitol Records||CDP 7243 8 32919 0 8||US||1996|
- Artwork [Art Direction] – Tommy Steele
- Artwork [Design & Addt'l. Illustration] – P.R. Brown
- Bass – Bruce Gordon
- Drums – Christian Tanna
- Engineer [Additional] – Jagori Tanna
- Engineer, Mixed By – Paul Northfield
- Guitar, Backing Vocals – Jagori Tanna
- Mastered By – Bob Ludwig, Bob Ludwig
- Mixed By [Assisted By] – Don Hachey
- Organ [Hammond] – Kenny Pearson
- Percussion – Daniel Mansilla, Luis Conte
- Photography By, Artwork [Illustrations] – Amy Gui
- Producer – Jagori Tanna, Paul Northfield
- Recorded By [Assisted By] – Dan LeBlanc, Jim Huff, Jocelyn Daoust, Sam DeBartolo
- Vocals – Edwin
Recorded at Studio Morin Heights, Quebec; Huff's Place, Toronto; Arnyard Studios, Toronto; Number Nine Sound, Toronto.
Mixed at Studio Morin Heights, Quebec.
Mastered at Gateway Mastering, Portland.
Made in Canada.
- Barcode: 724383291908
- Matrix / Runout: 724383291922CARM RE1 · MASTERED BY EMI MFG. CA 1-1-4
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L043
- Mould SID Code: ifpi 1F06
- Distributed By – EMI Music Canada
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Recorded At – Le Studio
- Recorded At – Huff's Place, Toronto
- Recorded At – Arnyard Studios
- Recorded At – Number 9
- Mixed At – Le Studio
- Mastered At – Gateway Mastering
- Glass Mastered At – EMI MFG.
- Designed At – Bau-da Design Lab
Scenery and Fish is the second album by the Canadian alternative rock band I Mother Earth, released by Capitol and EMI in 1996. It is the band's most commercially successful album, going double platinum in Canada. By April 1999, the album had sold 320,000 units in Canada. The album was somewhat of a continuance of the band's percussive, psychedelic sound, albeit this time with more of a post-grunge twist tinged with elements of both progressive rock and pop. Scenery And Fish. I Mother Earth - Scenery And Fish 1996. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Alternative Rock. I Mother Earth. Nothing on Scenery and Fish quite approaches the instantly memorable hooks of the band's debut, but instead tracks like Raspberry and Another Sunday settle slowly, but surely, into the brain. A worthy follow-up to an impressive first release, Scenery and Fish accords I Mother Earth a place among the more interesting and entertaining hard rock bands of recent years. Track Listing. Album 1996 12 Songs. Pop free to I Mother Earth Scenery and Fish Hello Dave, Like A Girl and more. 12 tracks 63:08. They found moderate success in the mid-to-late 1990s. After touring for their most successful album, Scenery and Fish, lead singer Edwin left the band. He went on to be mildly successful as a solo artist. I Mother Earth reunited with Edwin for the 20th anniversary of the Scenery and Fish album. Live from The Phoenix in Toronto June 4, Name I Mother Earth. Album Name Scenery and Fish. Type Album. Released date 1996. Labels Capitol Records EMI Records. Music StyleRock Fusion. Members owning this album5. Hello Dave. Songburst & Delirium. Sense of Henry. Earth, Sky & C. Buy this album. Scenery and Fish. Released 1996. Scenery and Fish Tracklist. Album by I Mother Earth. Hello Dave Like a Girl. One More Astronaut. Another Sunday. Three Days Old. Used To Be Alright. Shortcut to Moncton. search for I Mother Earth , Scenery & Fish. The second album from I Mother Earth, Scenery & Fish, was a bit of a departure from Dig, their first album that i know of anyway. It is still a phenomenal work, but where Dig had more of a jam band collaborative sound, Scenery is a bit more thought out and refined. There are still jam type songs on this album, of which 'Pisser' and 'Raspberry' stand out the latter being my favorite song on the album, but as a whole, the album is a bit more progressive and radio friendly than the last. I remember when it came out, Raspberry and Like