Released January 16, 1996. Mood Elevator Tracklist. 1. Teach Me the Rules Lyrics.
Jack Logan's true debut album (1994's Bulk was a two-disc set of demos recorded over the course of a decade), 1996's Mood Elevator finds the swimming pool motor repairman/part-time comic book artist backed by a full band, the aptly-named Liquor Cabinet, led by long-time co-conspirator Kelly Keneipp. All of the songs this time are co-written, either with Keneipp or guitarist Dave Phillips, and Logan wisely limits himself to vocals.
Mood Elevator is the second album by Winder, Georgia based singer-songwriter Jack Logan, recorded in conjunction with a group of musicians known as Liquor Cabinet. It was released on January 16, 1996 on both Medium Cool Records (a Twin/Tone imprint) and Restless Records. As of 1999, it had sold 12,000 copies. Logan began writing songs in the 1980s, when virtually no one but him and his close friends knew about his musical career.
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Is Mood Elevator the best album by Jack Logan? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Mood Elevator by Jack Logan (1996) Overall rank: 89,684th. Accolades: Top albums of 1996 ( 1,722nd ). Top albums of the 1990s ( 15,758th ). Best albums of all time ( 89,684th ).
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Medium Cool Records (catalog number MCR 89290-2). This album was released in 1996 year. The album included the following session artists: Producer.
Jack Logan is an American singer-songwriter born (February 8, 1959) in Greenville, Mississippi and raised in Lawrenceville, Illinois. He began recording, however, after moving to Winder, Georgia. He created two comic books in the 1980s, starring Peter Buck of . as a superhero, and the connection to Peter Buck led to Twin/Tone Records' Peter Jesperson's interest in releasing some of Logan's material.
|1||Teach Me the Rules Jack Logan / Dave Philips||Jack Logan||3:31|
|2||Unscathed Jack Logan / Dave Philips||Jack Logan||1:37|
|3||Chinese Lorraine Jack Logan / Dave Philips||Jack Logan||2:14|
|4||When It All Comes Down Jack Logan / Dave Philips||Jack Logan||2:12|
|5||My New Town Kelly Keneipp / Jack Logan||Jack Logan||3:37|
|6||Ladies and Gentlemen Kelly Keneipp / Jack Logan||Jack Logan||2:48|
|7||Just Babies Kelly Keneipp / Jack Logan||Jack Logan||2:03|
|8||Sky Won't Fall Jack Logan / Dave Philips||Jack Logan||2:54|
|9||No Offense Jack Logan / Terry Rouch||Jack Logan||2:09|
|10||Another Life Kelly Keneipp / Jack Logan||Jack Logan||2:10|
|11||Estranged Jack Logan / Dave Philips||Jack Logan||2:25|
|12||Neon Tombstone Michael Gibson / Jack Logan||Jack Logan||2:32|
|13||What's Tickling You? Jack Logan / Terry Rouch||Jack Logan||2:46|
|14||What Was Burned Jack Logan / Dave Philips||Jack Logan||2:46|
|15||Vintage Man Jack Logan / Terry Rouch||Jack Logan||3:28|
|16||Suicide Doors Jack Logan / Dave Philips / Aaron Phillips / Eric Sales||Jack Logan||4:47|
|17||Bleed Jack Logan / Eric Sales||Jack Logan||2:32|
Performer: Jack Logan
Title: Mood Elevator
Recording date: February, 1995
Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Rock,Lo-Fi
Recording location: Big As A Barn Recording Studios, Royal Center, IN
Size MP3: 1394 mb
Size FLAC: 1234 mb
Rating: 4.6 / 5
Other Formats: DMF AIFF ADX MP2 VOC APE