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The Replacements - Hootenanny

Artist:The Replacements


Short Abstract:Hootenanny was the second album by The Replacements. It was recorded from October 1982 to January 1983 at Blackberry Way Studios, and at Stark/Mudge Mobile Unit warehouse, Brooklyn Center, Roseville, Minnesota (or as the liner notes put it, "at a warehouse in some godawful suburb north of Mpls.") It was released on April 29, 1983 The cover art was an homage to the 1963 Crestview Records compilation album "Hootenanny," which chronicled several prominent folk artists of the time. .


Length:31min 9sec

Recorded:Blackberry Way Studios \n Stark/Mudge Mobile Unit warehouse \n Oct. 1982 - Jan. 1983

Released:April 29th, 1983

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Labels:Tone Records

Types:Album

Genres:College Rock

Producers:Paul Stark · Peter Jesperson · The Replacements


Categories:1983 Albums · Album · The Replacements Albums


The Replacements - Hootenanny

Hootenanny was the second album by The Replacements.

It was recorded from October 1982 to January 1983 at Blackberry Way Studios, and at Stark/Mudge Mobile Unit warehouse, Brooklyn Center, Roseville, Minnesota (or as the liner notes put it, "at a warehouse in some godawful suburb north of Mpls.") It was released on April 29, 1983 The cover art was an homage to the 1963 Crestview Records compilation album "Hootenanny," which chronicled several prominent folk artists of the time.

The lyrics for the song "Lovelines" were taken verbatim from the personals/classifieds section from the volume four, number seventy-nine Wednesday October 13, 1982 issue of the Minneapolis newspaper City Pages.

The surf-instrumental "Buck Hill" takes its name from a small skiing area in Burnsville, Minnesota just a few miles south of Minneapolis.

"Within Your Reach" is Westerberg solo on all instruments and vocals.

The song later appeared in the Cameron Crowe film Say Anything....

"Mr.

Whirly" is a pseudo-cover / parody of the Beatles track "Oh Darling" and bears the writing credit "mostly stolen" on the record label.

The opening track, "Hootenanny" features a rearranged lineup--Chris Mars and Tommy Stinson on guitars, Bob Stinson on bass, and Westerburg on drums.

Outtakes from this album include (but are not limited to): "Don't Get Married", "Ain't No Crime" and "Shoot Me, Kill Me".

The original version of "Lovelines" is "Lookin' For Ya".

The album was remastered and reissued by Rhino Entertainment on April 22, 2008 with 7 additional tracks.
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