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Podcast Episode
Season
Four
number
183
Type
Album Review
Post Date
7/15/2014

I Mother Earth

183 Dig by I Mother Earth

Dig

Label
Capitol Records
Release year
1993
Producer
Mike Clink
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I Mother Earth hits the sweet spots on Dig with big guitar and drums, crisp production, and slightly progressive elements

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This week Jason dug through his cd stacks picked an album having no recollection what it sounded like - I Mother Earth's 1993 debut release Dig. Sometime that leads to a welcome surprise, and other times reminds you why you stopped listening. I Mother Earth hits a lot of our sweet spots - big guitar and drums, crisp production, slight progressive elements - but also manages to work in some mutual annoyances - slap bass and long jams. So which side prevails? Tune in to find out.

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Songs in this episode

  • ‚ÄćIntro - Production
  • 6:49 - History of the Band
  • 23:10 - Not Quite Sonic
  • 31:15 - Rain Will Fall
  • 44:57 - The Universe in You
  • Outro - The Universe in You

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