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Name:The Grapes of Wrath (2 albums Now & Again and These Days) [FLAC] [h33t] Kitlope

Total Size: 604.09 MB

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Grapes of Wrath - Now & Again 1989 (Size: 604.09 MB) (Files: 31)

 Grapes of Wrath - Now & Again 1989

  01. The Grapes Of Wrath - All The Things I Wasn't.flac

12.15 MB

  02. The Grapes Of Wrath - What Was Going Through My Head.flac

17.62 MB

  03. The Grapes Of Wrath - Do You Want To Tell Me .flac

23.81 MB

  04. The Grapes Of Wrath - The Most.flac

25.77 MB

  05. The Grapes Of Wrath - I'm Gone.flac

26.23 MB

  06. The Grapes Of Wrath - Blind.flac

22.33 MB

  07. The Grapes Of Wrath - Stay.flac

25.40 MB

  08. The Grapes Of Wrath - I Can Tell.flac

23.40 MB

  09. The Grapes Of Wrath - Not The Way It Is.flac

19.34 MB

  10. The Grapes Of Wrath - Hiding.flac

28.60 MB

  11. The Grapes Of Wrath - The Time Is Here.flac

19.17 MB

  12. The Grapes Of Wrath - ...But I Guess We'll Never Know.flac

18.35 MB

  Now And Again.cue

2.36 KB

  The Grapes Of Wrath - Now And Again.log

6.51 KB

  The Grapes Of Wrath - Now And Again.m3u

1.17 KB

 Grapes of Wrath - These Days 1991

  01. The Grapes of Wrath - Away.flac

27.11 MB

  02. The Grapes of Wrath - You May Be Right.flac

32.68 MB

  03. The Grapes of Wrath - Consequences.flac

28.96 MB

  04. The Grapes of Wrath - I Can't Find My Home.flac

24.03 MB

  05. The Grapes of Wrath - Days.flac

30.64 MB

  06. The Grapes of Wrath - I Am Here.flac

27.80 MB

  07. The Grapes of Wrath - No Reason.flac

11.84 MB

  08. The Grapes of Wrath - Travelin'.flac

33.59 MB

  09. The Grapes of Wrath - A Fishing Tale.flac

31.95 MB

  10. The Grapes of Wrath - Thru To You.flac

26.88 MB

  11. The Grapes of Wrath - Now.flac

24.85 MB

  12. The Grapes of Wrath - Miracle.flac

41.56 MB

  The Grapes of Wrath - These Days.log

5.98 KB

  The Grapes of Wrath - These Days.m3u

1.05 KB

  These Days.cue

2.10 KB

 tracked_by_h33t_com.txt

0.02 KB
 

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File Type: FLAC Compression 6
Cd recorder: Plextor PX-716SA
Cd Ripper: Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 4
EAC Log: Yes
EAC Cue Sheet: Yes
Tracker(s): http://www.h33t.com:3310/announce; http://tpb.tracker.thepiratebay.org:80/announce; http://inferno.demonoid.com:3419/announce
Torrent Hash: D4D47B373A9BDEEAFA08D04A81FFFE1FD1F570D6
File Size: 604.08 Mb
Albums, Years & Catalog #: Now & Again – 1989 C2-92581, These Days 1991 C2-596431 744862T
Label: Nettwerk


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From Wiki:


The Grapes of Wrath are a Canadian folk rock band, who were one of Canada's most successful pop bands in the late 1980s and early 1990s before disbanding in 1992. With the band name tied up in litigation, most of the band continued to record through the 1990s as Ginger. The Grapes of Wrath then reunited for one album in 2000, although not with their full original lineup.


The Grapes of Wrath were formed in Kelowna, British Columbia in 1983 by Chris Hooper, Tom Hooper and Kevin Kane. Keyboardist Vincent Jones joined the band later. They came up with the name for the band after looking at a movie guide--nobody in the band had seen the movie or read the book. In 1984, they signed to Nettwerk, releasing a self-titled EP that year. The following year, their debut album September Bowl of Green was released.

1987's Treehouse, produced by Tom Cochrane, was the band's initial Canadian breakthrough, yielding the minor hit single "Peace of Mind".

Now and Again, released in 1989, was the band's most successful album. The band's tour to support this album was also notable for its opening act, a then-emerging singer/songwriter named Sarah McLachlan.

These Days, released in 1991, found the band experimenting with a harder rock sound, and while it sold well and spawned the hit singles "I Am Here" and "You May Be Right", it was to be the band's last effort for almost a decade. Citing creative differences, Kane left the band in 1992. The band's name and song catalogue were tied up in litigation for several years, forcing the remaining members to record under the name Ginger.

In 1999, Kane and Tom Hooper, the Grapes' main songwriting team, decided to work together again, and released Field Trip under the Grapes of Wrath name in 2000. However, neither Chris Hooper nor Vincent Jones participated in the reunion, and Matt Brain was enlisted as the band's new drummer.




Now And Again


Now and Again was a 1989 album by The Grapes of Wrath. The band's most commercially successful album, it also contained one of their biggest hit singles, "All the Things I Wasn't".

The album was produced by Anton Fier. It was recorded in an old (and supposedly haunted) church in Woodstock, New York. Guest musicians included Chuck Leavell, Sneaky Pete Kleinow and Jane Scarpantoni.

In Chart magazine's 1996 reader poll of the Best Canadian Albums of All Time, Now and Again ranked in 47th place. In the magazine's 2000 poll, the album ranked 27th. It did not rank in the Top 50 in 2005.

For the singles "What Was Going Through My Head" and "Do You Want To Tell Me", the b-sides were songs recorded on CBC Radio program Brave New Waves. One was an acoustic version of the song "Backward Town", and the other was a cover of the Paul McCartney hit, "Let Me Roll It".

Tracks:

1. "All the Things I Wasn't" – 2:17
2. "What Was Going Through My Head" – 2:47
3. "Do You Want to Tell Me?" – 3:34
4. "The Most" – 3:52
5. "I'm Gone" – 4:08
6. "Blind" – 4:21
7. "Stay" – 3:49
8. "I Can Tell" – 3:39
9. "Not the Way It Is" – 2:52
10. "Hiding" – 4:27
11. "The Time is Here" – 3:03
12. "...But I Guess We'll Never Know" – 3:30



These Days


These Days was a 1991 album by The Grapes of Wrath.

Produced by John Leckie, the album found the band attempting to expand their traditional folk rock sound in a more guitar-heavy alternative rock direction.

Although the album sold well, and spawned the hit singles "You May Be Right" and "I Am Here", it was not as popular with audiences or critics as its predecessor, 1989's Now and Again. Guest musicians on the album included Phil Comparelli and members of XTC (credited as the Dukes of Stratosphear.)

To promote the third single "A Fishing Tale", the band held a contest on Canadian music video channel MuchMusic entitled "Fishing with The Grapes Of Wrath". To be eligible to win, viewers had to submit the name of the magazine that Tom Hooper picks up in the video to win a fishing trip with Tom Hooper, Vincent Jones and MuchMusic VJ Terry David Mulligan.

These Days was the band's final album of new material for almost a decade. Following the album, Kevin Kane left the band, citing creative differences. The remaining members carried on under the new name Ginger.

Kane and Tom Hooper reunited in 2000 to record Field Trip under the Grapes of Wrath name, although the other band members did not participate in that project.

Tracks:


1. "Away" – 4:08
2. "You May Be Right" – 5:10
3. "Consequences" – 4:17
4. "I Can't Find My Home" – 3:58
5. "Days" – 4:54
6. "I Am Here" – 4:25
7. "No Reason" – 2:22
8. "Travelin'" – 5:19
9. "A Fishing Tale" – 4:48
10. "Thru to You" – 4:15
11. "Now" – 3:46
12. "Miracle" – 6:23




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