Fevers and Mirrors is the third album by the Nebraska indie band Bright Eyes, recorded in 1999 and released on May 29, 2000. It was the 32nd release of the Omaha, Nebraska-based record label Saddle Creek Records. The album was released later in 2000 in the United Kingdom as the inaugural release from Wichita Recordings. The album begins with a recording of a little boy reading Mitchell Is Moving, a book by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat
About Fevers and Mirrors 1 contributor. Fevers and Mirrors is the third album by Bright Eyes, recorded in 1999 and released on May 29, 2000. Tap and hold to copy URL. Fevers and Mirrors Tracklist. 2. A Scale, A Mirror, and Those Indifferent Clocks Lyrics.
Scarcely free of his teenage years, Bright Eyes' Conor Oberst has attempted to create a mature, cohesive concept album of sorts. He has shot for the moon, but skids to a halt on the ground, hindered by young wings. Granted, I'm 20. He's 20. Far be it from me to criticize the efforts of those my age based solely on our greenness, but as my grandmother would say, Oberst's eyes are a lot bigger than his stomach. Fevers and Mirrors is home to the sophomoric musical meanderings of a young songwriter who seems to take himself far too seriously
Fevers and Mirrors is a landmark album, and I really think that it is his best. It has wonderful arrangements, and is a great place to start if you're into rockier music. But if you're more into Adult Contemporary, than you should start with Lifted. Morrissey, I totally agree. F&M is my favourite Bright Eyes album, and is a wonderful work. But, you can't say that Lifted isn't the most popular. woofwoofwoof September 10th 2005. I'm Wide Awake It's Morning lifted & digital ash in a digital urn fevers&mirrors the rest . Bright Eyes is a band, but Conor does most of the writing, and the lineup tends to change with every album. This is Bright Eyes' best album, besides maybe I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning. I like his acoustic-driven stuff a lot more these days. But isn't Conor the only permanent member?
Repress of "Fevers And Mirrors" by ww. ediaOmaha. Included with the booklet is a loose Mylar "mirror" insert. This version also contains SID Codes. Matrix, Runout: SU1020989 WW.
Band Name Bright Eyes. Album Name Fevers and Mirrors. Data de lançamento 29 Maio 2000. Membros têm este álbum0. 1. A Spindle, a Darkness, a Fever, and a Necklace. A Scale, a Mirror, and Those Indifferent Clocks.
Album · 2000 · 12 Songs. Conor Oberst’s second album as Bright Eyes cemented the image of indie folk as a bastion of intense oversharing, braiding the intimacy of singer/songwriters with the urgency of punk. From the searing ( The Calendar Hung Itself ) to the serene ( Something Vague ), the overarching feeling here is one of incredible stakes, a place where nothing means anything and everything means something
Exclusive Prime pricing. I was unaware of the band Bright Eyes until I happened to walk by a TV showing an episode of The Walking Dead, where a song from I’m Wide Awake, It’s Morning was playing in the sound track. I stopped in my tracks, instantly recognizing the unique sound. I bought that CD and fell in love with it.
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|1||A Spindle, A Darkness, A Fever, And A Necklace
Accordion – Tim KasherGlockenspiel, Piano, Vibraphone – Mike Mogis
|2||A Scale, A Mirror, And These Indifferent Clocks
Bass – Andy LemasterDrums – Clint SchnaseElectronics – Mike MogisFlute – Jiha LeePiano – A.J. Mogis
|3||The Calendar Hung Itself
Bass – Matt MaginnDrums, Percussion – Joe KnappGuiro, Drum [Tongue Drum] – Mike MogisGuitar, Percussion – Andy LemasterKeyboards – Todd Baechle
Accordion – Tim KasherBass – Matt MaginnDrums – Joe KnappFlute – Jiha LeeGuitar, Dulcimer [Lap] – Mike Mogis
|5||The Movement Of A Hand
Bass, Mellotron – Andy LemasterDrums – Clint SchnaseDulcimer [Hammer] – Mike MogisVocals – Jiha Lee
Accordion – Tim KasherBass – Matt MaginnDrums – Joe KnappPercussion, Mellotron – Andy LemasterTambourine, Pedal Steel Guitar – Mike Mogis
|7||When The Curious Girl Realizes She Is Under Glass||2:40|
|8||Haligh, Haligh, A Lie, Haligh
Bass – Matt MaginnDrums, Vocals – Joe KnappPedal Steel Guitar, Tambourine, Vibraphone – Mike Mogis
|9||The Center Of The World
Acoustic Guitar, Organ, Electronics – Mike MogisBass – Matt MaginnDrums – Joe KnappGuitar, Vocals – Andy Lemaster
Bass, Vocals – Andy LemasterDrums – Clint SchnaseFlute – Jiha LeeKeyboards, Mandolin – Mike Mogis
|11||An Attempt To Tip The Scales
Keyboards, Percussion, Vocals – Andy LemasterPercussion – Mike Mogis
|12||A Song To Pass The Time||5:30|
- Recorded At – Dead Space Studio
- Mastered At – Studio B
- Mastered By – Doug Van Sloun
- Mixed By – Michael*
- Performer [Other Roles], Vocals, Guitar – Conor Oberst
- Recorded By – Andy Lemaster, Michael Mogis*
NotesRecorded at Dead Space Studios - Lincoln, Nebraska - December 1999
Comes in a plain card sleeve, with stickers.
|LBJ-32||Bright Eyes||Fevers And Mirrors (CD, Album)||Saddle Creek||LBJ-32||US||2000|
|WEBB001||Bright Eyes||Fevers And Mirrors (CD, Album, RP)||Wichita||WEBB001||UK||Unknown|
|WEBB001LPTEN||Bright Eyes||Fevers And Mirrors (LP, Album, Ltd)||Wichita||WEBB001LPTEN||UK||2010|
|LBJ-32||Bright Eyes||Fevers And Mirrors (2xLP, Album, RE + CD, Album)||Saddle Creek||LBJ-32||US||2012|
|WEBB001, CD 21962||Bright Eyes||Fevers And Mirrors (CD, Album)||Clearspot, EFA||WEBB001, CD 21962||Germany||2002|