Label: Homestead Records - HMS-145-4 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: USA & Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Lo-Fi, Experimental
· The Freed Man was the debut album by Sebadoh. The title refers to the Friedman Complex apartments at Smith College where Lou Barlow was living with his then-girlfriend Kathleen Billus. As Barlow says in the liner notes, “ we named our first co-headlining tape after the Friedman dormitory where we both were living against regulations, with our girlfriends on the Smith (all .
· This Freed Man is overstuffed and weird, studded with some duds, and entirely fitting. Part of the joy of early Sebadoh-- this collection through Bubble and Scrape, aka the Gaffney years-- is the /5.
With 52 tracks crammed in just over an hour, this deluxe reissue of The Freed Man--originally released on cassette tape in for $captures everything that made Lou Barlow and Eric Gaffney progenitors of a lo-fi movement that inspired countless other maverick musicians from Kurt Cobain to Beck. Matching tongue-tied folk confessionals with unruly punk noise and primitive samples, it doesn't really give a /5(10).
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The Freed Man. When Lou Barlow first started recording as Sebadoh with his pal Eric Gaffney in , he was still playing bass in Dinosaur Jr., and the group's early work practically defines the "side project syndrome" -- since Barlow was already a member of another, more "serious" band at the same time, Sebadoh gave him the opportunity to be.
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