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Old 10-09-2008, 05:20 PM   #46
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Old 10-09-2008, 05:40 PM   #47
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Old 10-09-2008, 09:52 PM   #48
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August and Everything After by Counting Crows has always been one I listen to in the fall. Part of that is because of the title, part is from the music itself.
That's one of those albums I have but never gave it a proper listen. I only remember Mr. Jones and Round Here from it. Those are indeed autumnal and so is their other song A Long December, I think from their next one. Although, that's more like wintertime music.

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Would have to agree with Saracene that Tori's The Beekeeper is very autumnal.
Tori Beekeeper of course! Definitely!
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I forget if this has already been mentioned or not but... REM's Document has always sounded like fall music to me. Of course part of it could be that I first listened to the album in it's entirety in the fall of 2000 and some of the songs remind me of that time. Still, songs like Fireplace, Strange and Oddfellows have that autumnal quality to them I think.
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Old 10-10-2008, 02:40 PM   #51
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That's one of those albums I have but never gave it a proper listen. I only remember Mr. Jones and Round Here from it. Those are indeed autumnal and so is their other song A Long December, I think from their next one. Although, that's more like wintertime music.
You should definitely dust off August and Everything After and give it a couple listens. I adored that album back in the day, and it still sounds so wonderful to me when I listen to it now. Truly a 90s classic, and I know how you feel about the 90s.
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Meddle by Pink Floyd. The touch of melancholy and finality are very autumnal.
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You should definitely dust off August and Everything After and give it a couple listens. I adored that album back in the day, and it still sounds so wonderful to me when I listen to it now. Truly a 90s classic, and I know how you feel about the 90s.
Dusting off an album sounds so old fashioned! Too bad, my copy of the album exists only in itunes. But yeah I'm gonna give it a listen.

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Meddle by Pink Floyd. The touch of melancholy and finality are very autumnal.
A Pillow of Winds is indeed quite autumnal.
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Meddle by Pink Floyd. The touch of melancholy and finality are very autumnal.
And, for this reason, I consider Automatic For The People to be the ultimate autumn album.
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R.E.M. Around the Sun, I like the album a lot actually, for me it's a darker version of the summery Reveal. Also the fact it came out in Sep/Oct 2003 and I had it in heavy rotation that fall.
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You should definitely dust off August and Everything After and give it a couple listens. I adored that album back in the day, and it still sounds so wonderful to me when I listen to it now. Truly a 90s classic, and I know how you feel about the 90s.
Okay so I listened to that album again. It's not a bad album but there are too many slow melancholy songs. Round Here is by far the best one I think. Mr. Jones is good of course. But then it takes until track 7, Rain King for it to become upbeat again. I love Rain King, one of my favs. Omaha, Time & Time Again and Sullivan Street are pretty decent too. But the rest I dunno.
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Let It Be Naked is a good autumn album, too.
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