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Podcast Episode
Season
Fourteen
number
717
Type
Album Review
Post Date
6/4/2024

Buffalo Tom

717 Let Me Come Over by Buffalo Tom

Let Me Come Over

Label
RCA / Beggars Banquet
Release year
1992
Producer
Paul Q. Kolderie, Sean Slade
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Buffalo Tom matured as musicians and songwriters on their third album Let Me Come Over from 1992 to produce a timeless alternative classic

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With their tenth album, Jump Rope, just released, a fortunate stroke of serendipity landed Buffalo Tom's third album Let Me Come Over at the top of our most recent Patreon album poll. Having recorded their first two albums with J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr., the band took a different approach for their 1992 release, heading to Fort Apache Studios to work with Sean Slade and Paul Q. Kolderie. With guitars and tempos dialed down a bit, introspective lyrics and melancholy melodies become clearer in the mix, while tasteful layers of acoustic guitars, keys, and other additions help fill-out the three-piece sound.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Staples
  • 15:27 - Mineral
  • 17:24 - Stymied
  • 26:25 - Taillights Fade
  • 29:54 - I'm Not There
  • Outro - Porchlight

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