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09 All the Live Long Day.mp3
07 Jim's Polish.mp3
06 Where the Bee Sucks, There Suck I.mp3
05 My Father's Life's Work.mp3
04 Merlin is Magic.mp3
03 The Anvil Will Fall.mp3
02 Women Dig It.mp3
01 A Small Turn of Human Kindnes.mp3
Harvey Milk - My Love is Higher Than Your Assessment of What My Love Could Be (Reissue 2007)
Genre(s): Metal-Rock ???
Origin: Athens, Georgia, United States
Original Release Date: 1996
Reissue: July 24, 2007
For the first time in almost 10 years, Harvey Milk’s debut album My Love... is finally available once again. This is ground zero for one of the nineties' last true cult bands; now legendary for churning ghostly wailings, unearthly bellows, and gentle whispers together into one soaring, crawling, ugly and beautiful blend of brilliance. My Love... is essential listening for all fans of hard and heavy post-rock, and stands as the official starting point for your Harvey Milk education.
1. A Small Turn Of Human Kindness 8:15
2. Women Dig It 4:13
3. The Anvil Will Fall 7:34
4. Merlin Is Magic 3:54
5. My Father's Life's Work 9:55
6. Where The Bee Sucks, There Suck I 5:57
7. Jim's Polish 7:21
8. F.S.T.P 12:46
9. All The Live Long Day
Harvey Milk --- Artist Biography
The early 901s wasn1t really the time to strike it big as a band from Athens. The Inside/Out buzz had fizzled, the bands that were significant during the 801s had yard sales to get rid of their equipment, and only a handful of artists in town were left to fight the good fight. Those that were left in town stayed due to their own reasons, but if you were in Athens in 1991, you weren1t going to be getting a feature written about you in Alternative Press, nor would you get a national label to put out your records, nor would you get a semi-decent tour booked. It was all next to impossible.
When I moved to Georgia during the height of the early 901s recession, only Laura Carter and Dave Barbe seemed to be the permanent fixtures in town, and their bands (JackONuts and Buzz Hungry, respectively) were considered the lords of the local scene. Townie bands of the era culled the majority of their influences from the SST roster. Roosevelt and Hayride stole liberally from The Meat Puppets and Minutemen, Five Eight cribbed notes from Hüsker Dü, Porn Orchard, Bliss and Magneto were fans of the more Sabbathy sounding Greg Ginn records be they Gone or Who's Got the 10 1/2-era Black Flag. The point could be made that the true epicenter for most of the real burst of creativity can be credited to local barn-burning shows by The Jesus Lizard, considered the Johnny Appleseed of early-901s post punk, where seeds were planted and proceeded to blossom in the rehearsal spaces and clubs in town.......
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