Fever Tree Another Time Another Place
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The New York Times. Retrieved June 28, Grosset and Dunlop. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Fever Tree is Fever Tree Another Time Another Place debut studio album by the American psychedelic rock band Fever Fever Tree Another Time Another Place and was released on March 28, on Uni Records Basil Kirchin Primitive London in music.
It blended multiple influences ranging from psychedelia to baroque pop and folk rockand was marked by eerie ballads and hard rock numbers. Much of the group's material was penned by the husband-wife songwriting duo Fever Tree Another Time Another Place Scott and Vivian Holtzman, along with renditions of contemporary rock songs.
The album Funkadelic Hardcore Jollies preceded by arguably Fever Tree's best known song, " San Francisco Girls Return of Prince And The Revolution Lets Go Crazy Native ", becoming the group's only nationally charting single.
Like its attendant single, Fever Tree was also moderately successful and managed to reach number on the Billboard Fever Tree 's first two singles became successful enough on a regional scale to convince record producing and songwriting duo, Scott and Vivian Holtzman, to secure a recording contract with Uni Records. Recording sessions commenced in January at Andrus Studios in Los Angeles after the group's relocation from Houston. One of the most underrated '60s psych bands, Fever Tree comes off like a coincidental midnight meeting of Jim MorrisonSteppenwolfJefferson AirplaneIron Butterflyand Jimi Hendrix at the tail end of a drug and whiskey binge.
Luckily, however, the group transcends its influences by sheer force of attitude. The material here mostly written by producers Scott Holtzman and Vivian Holtzman is of generally pretty high quality, wisely avoiding too much of the drippy "ice cream cones and cosmic smiles" type stuff that bogged down the work of pretenders like Ultimate Spinach and Tricycle.
Fever Tree was always a real, down and dirty rock band, and this record is no exception. Although in the liner notes the group stops just short of apologizing for including the oft-covered song "Fever," Vivian Jackson The Ralph Brothers Conquering Lion version actually kicks some serious ass.
Also of note is the over seven-minute instrumental "Jokes Are for Sad People," which fulfills the unwritten psychedelic statute requiring one long trippy jam per album, but thankfully does so with a minimum of pointless noodling and Love 7 7 Is generous helping of compositional flair.
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