Interstate is the fifth album by American post-rock and instrumental rock band Pell Mell, released in 1995. After issuing Flow in 1991, the band members wrote new material separately, sending each other ideas, until more concrete ideas were becoming formed, leading to the band recording Interstate between two studios in 1993 and 1994.
Is Flow the best album by Pell Mell? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Flow by Pell Mell (1991) Overall rank: 71,869th. Accolades: Top albums of 1991 (1,101st). Top albums of the 1990s (12,703rd). Best albums of all time (71,869th).
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Pell Mell biography Not to be confused with a 1980s American band of the same name, Pell Mell was a symphonic band from Marburg, Germany (Marburg is also the name of the debut album). The first album is characterized by a rough edge, especially in the vocals. Subsequent albums would smooth out the edges.
Eleven tracks, the longest being seven minutes, the shortest being two, these tracks showcase the bands undeniably good skill in making jam sessions into well executed bursts of creativity, with everything from punk pace to slow acoustics, mostly surf rock, southwestern prog.
Pell Mell was an instrumental rock combo, formed in 1980 in Portland, Oregon. The original members were Arni May, guitar, and Jon-Lars Sorenson, bass, from the Portland avant-garde group UHF, and from local Reed College Bill Owen on guitar, and Bob Beerman on drums. This iteration of the group performed and recorded the songs on their first EP release in 1981, Rhyming Guitars, which gave the group exposure over the nation's college radio network
14/1/2014 · Artist: Pell Mell Title: Flood Album: Flow Year: 1991 (All rights belong to their respective owners. Eleven tracks, the longest being seven minutes, the shortest being two.
|1||American Eagle Robert Beerman / Pell Mell / David Spalding||Pell Mell|
|2||Breach of Promise Pell Mell / David Spalding||Pell Mell|
|3||Bring on the China Greg Freeman / Pell Mell||Pell Mell|
|4||The Devil Bush Pell Mell / David Spalding||Pell Mell|
|5||Smoke Pell Mell / David Spalding||Pell Mell|
|6||Aero Pell Mell / Bill Owen||Pell Mell|
|7||Flood Pell Mell / Bill Owen / David Spalding||Pell Mell|
|8||Little Blue Dance Pell Mell / Bill Owen||Pell Mell|
|9||Signal Pell Mell / David Spalding||Pell Mell|
|10||Blaming the Messenger Pell Mell / Bill Owen||Pell Mell|
|11||Mopping Up Pell Mell / David Spalding||Pell Mell|
CreditsRobert Beerman - Composer, Design, Drums, Guitar
Steve Fisk - Engineer, Piano, Sampling
Greg Freeman - Bass, Composer, Engineer, Guitar
Bill Owen - Composer, Guitar
Pall Mall - Producer
Pell Mell - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer
David Spalding - Composer, Guitar
Kelly Spalding - Paintings, Photography