Tag Archives: Semisonic

Album Review: Re-Covered

Re-Covered, by Dan Wilson In the 1970’s, there was a large amount of albums that were made by songwriters like Laura Nyro and Carole Bayer Sager and others which were pillaged for material by those who (generally rightly) believed that … Continue reading

Posted in History, Music History | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Album Review: One Night At First Avenue

One Night At First Avenue, by Semisonic This album is, at least as far as I know, the only live album ever recorded and released by Semisonic over the course of their career. It tells the listener more or less … Continue reading

Posted in History, Music History | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Album Review: The Best Of Semisonic

The Best Of Semisonic, by Semisonic This album is, to date, the only best-of collection of Semisonic, and it checks off most of the boxes one would want in such a collection. It includes selections from all of the albums … Continue reading

Posted in History, Music History | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Album Review: Pleasure E.P.

Pleasure E.P., by Semisonic This EP marks the beginning of Semisonic’s music career, and it is certainly a very interesting document of a band just starting out and exploring a variety of elements within their sound. There are really seven … Continue reading

Posted in History, Music History | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Album Review: Great Divide

Great Divide, by Semisonic In many ways “Great Divide” is an appropriate name for the debut album for Semisonic, as it finds them straddling several great divides in the search for success as power pop musicians who had deliberately aimed … Continue reading

Posted in History, Music History | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Album Review: All About Chemistry

All About Chemistry, by Semisonic One of my quirks as a music listener is my consistent fondness for music that is released as a follow-up to popular success where there is a lot of attention paid to beautiful details thanks … Continue reading

Posted in History, Love & Marriage, Music History | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Album Review: You’re Not Alone (EP)

You’re Not Alone (EP), by Semisonic It has been nearly 20 years since Semisonic last came out with new music, the late and not nearly popular enough All About Chemistry. In listening to this EP, Semisonic sounds like they picked … Continue reading

Posted in History, Music History | Tagged , , | Leave a comment