February 28, 2005
DEAD MEADOW: 'At Her Open Door'
Where the quartet Dead Meadow typically work in a hazy, shady, stoner world of antique lava lamps and 'Inna Godda Davida' eight-tracks, their song, "At Her Open Door", sways with a near Morrissey sadness and rhythm (can you even imagine Morrissey in the land of the Lizard King?). It has that Smiths-like vibe until the psychedelic guitars pull them further back into their time-warped closet of bell bottoms, GREAT FM radio, and Haight-Ashbury.
It's The Pink Mountaintops meet The Smiths, on this track for sure, otherwise it's Comets On Fire with less noise and more acid.
+ at her open door
MP3s from Matador Records...
+ “Good Moanin'”from ‘Shivering King and Others’
Unreleased versions from Matador's monthly Dead Meadow MP3 Series.
+ “Let's Jump In”
+ “Good Moanin'”
+ “The Whirlings (Instrumental Version)”
+ “Everything's Going On (LA Version)”
+ “Sleepy Silver Door”
at 4:52 AM