|Title:||...Play 9 Songs With Mr. Quintron|
|Country:||USA, Canada & Europe|
|Style:||Garage Rock, Blues Rock, Punk|
|Catalog #:||CR - 082, 082|
|1||Feel All Right||3:26|
|2||Live The Life|
Written-By – Traditional
|4||If Mother Knew||2:53|
|5||I May Be Gone|
Written-By – Blind Charles White, Oblivians
|6||What's The Matter Now|
Written-By – Traditional
Written-By – Sam Ling, Jessie Young
|8||I Don't Wanna Live Alone||1:56|
|9||Ride That Train||3:38|
|CR-082, 082||Oblivians||...Play 9 Songs With Mr. Quintron (LP, Album)||Crypt Records, Crypt Records||CR-082, 082||USA, Canada & Europe||1997|
|CR - 082, 082||Oblivians||...Play 9 Songs With Mr. Quintron (CD, Album)||Crypt Records, Crypt Records||CR - 082, 082||USA, Canada & Europe||1997|
|CRYPT-082||Oblivians||...Play 9 Songs With Mr. Quintron (CD, Album, Ltd, Promo, Col)||Crypt Records||CRYPT-082||US||1997|
|CRYPT-082||Oblivians||...Play 9 Songs With Mr. Quintron (CD, Album, Promo)||Crypt Records||CRYPT-082||US||1997|
|CRYPT-082||Oblivians||...Play 9 Songs With Mr. Quintron (LP, Album, RE)||Crypt Records||CRYPT-082||Germany||Unknown|
Issued in a standard black tray jewel case with a 4-page booklet with photos, liner notes, and credits.
Recorded at Cotton Row Studio.
Mr. Quintron appears courtesy of Bulb Records.
Published in Europe via Lost Lonley & Vacuous.
Distributed in North America by Matador Records
Category appears as "CR - 082" on spine, and as "082" on back cover and disc.
Crypt Records used a modified logo on this release: "Crypt Gospel Playing Hi-Fi Delity"
Play 9 Songs With Mr. Quintron - Oblivians. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Album 1997 9 Songs. More By Oblivians. Popular Favorites. Melissa's Garage Revisited. Sympathy Sessions. A departure from raw, in the red garage soul music, Play 9 Songs explores the power of black spirituals in a raw in the red garage style. Feel Alright opens the record with the steady boogie of Mr. Quintron, organ man extraordinaire, and Greg Oblivian's invocation to do the Lord's bidding. Imbued with howling soul searching, this is a sinner's record not a saint's. Play 9 Songs is by far the cleanest recording by the Oblivians with much of the buzz and fuzz replaced by more subdued guitar parts. The Oblivians - Play 9 songs with - final stretch - Продолжительность: 3:53 Ewen Herrou 1 383. OBLIVIANS - popular favotites - FULL ALBUM - Продолжительность: 35:08 NASTYRITMOS. Play Nine Songs with Mr. Quintron is the third studio album by the Oblivians, released in 1997 on Crypt Records. The album features noted Ninth Ward nightclub organist Mr. Quintron playing organ and percussion on a number of tracks. The album's concept came about in part due to Greg Cartwright's fondness for gospel music: Greg had been really into black gospel music, and wanted to try some gospels songs in Oblivians fashion, but only if they were kinda screwed up. We didn't want to try to come off. Feel All Right, 03:26. Live the Life, 03:12. I May Be Gone, 03:27. I Don't Wanna Live Alone, 01:56. Final Stretch, 03:52. What's the Matter Now, 02:39. Listen free to Oblivians Play 9 songs with Mr. Quintron Feel All Right, Live the Life and more. 9 tracks 27:14. Live the Life. I May Be Gone. I Don't Wanna Live Alone. Final Stretch. What's the Matter Now. Ride That Train. If Mother Knew. Released 1997. Quintron Tracklist. Mary Lou Lyrics. About Play 9 Songs With Mr. Quintron Q&A. More Oblivians albums. Your feedback. Quintron by Oblivians Year: 1997 Overall rank: 29,730th. Average Rating: 74100 from 1 vote. The best album by Oblivians is Popular Favorites which is ranked number 11773 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 93. Oblivians album bestography. Higher ranked 22,142nd This album 29,730th Lower ranked 57,253rd DesperationPlay 9 Songs With Mr. QuintronSoul Food. Upcoming concerts