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Jane's Addiction is the eponymous live album by Jane's Addiction, released on May 15, 1987. Its basic tracks were recorded live at the Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles on January 26, 1987, with additional overdubs and corrections recorded at The Edge Studio in Los Angeles. An audience applause dub from a Los Lobos concert was overlaid onto the final mix. The basic tracks were recorded live over a single night in Los Angeles, with additional in-studio recording and overdubs done later.
Live ’86. Live And Rare. Whores: An Oral Biography of Perry Farrell and Jane’s Addiction. Chef Aid: The South Park Album. Stoned Immaculate: The Music of the Doors. The spoken-word bit performed by Perry Farrell at the beginning of this song has been debated for years, and will likely continue to be until an isolated recording of the song surfaces. Transcription of the poem is difficult once the music kicks in. The poem audio also appears to diverge and sections sound repeated.
Jane's Addiction's first release was a self-titled live album in 1987 and quickly caught the attention of Warner Bros. The band's first two studio albums, Nothing's Shocking (1988) and Ritual de lo habitual (1990), were released to widespread critical acclaim, and an increasing cult fanbase. As a result, Jane's Addiction became icons of what Farrell dubbed the "Alternative Nation". The band's initial farewell tour, in 1991, launched the first Lollapalooza, which has since become a perennial alternative rock festival. Jane's Addiction performed at the first-ever NME Awards USA on April 23, 2008, with the reunited core line-up of Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, Eric Avery, and Stephen Perkins. This was the first performance with bassist Eric Avery since 1991, taking place after their acceptance speech for the "Godlike Genius Award".
In that story, even Jane's Addiction were latecomers to the revolution. But it was the frenzied trailblazing rock of this quirky Los Angeles quartet that made the later successes of Nirvana, etc. somehow inevitable. In this recording of a hometown club gig, Jane's offer raw versions of songs that would appear in a more refined form on their debut album, along with a dubious cover of "Sympathy for the Devil. Hear a noticeably younger and shriller Perry Farrell while guitarist Dave Navarro plays out his Jimmy Page dreams across a punk canvas the rest of the world would soon. I don't even like live albums, but this is the one exception. This particular album, back then, was my first exposure to Jane's Addiction (though it was on cassette), so I'm attached to them sounding like this, not like their studio stuff (I'm a little allergic to the later version of Jane Says, with the steel drums.
Oeuvres majeures : Jane’s Addiction. Ritual de lo habitual (1990). Signaler artiste musical Irresistible Force (Single) (2011). Sortie : 29 juillet 2011. - Signaler artiste musical Live '86: The First Recording (Live) (1997).
Jane's Addiction (1987) by Jane's Addiction. Labels: Triple X Records. Genres: Alternative Rock, Hard Rock Members: Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, Eric Avery, Stephen Perkins.
Jane’s addiction playing live in 1986. For three years, Jane’s Addiction played in clubs. I remember recording my vocals without the band. There was already a strain and a separation beginning to happen. And that was going on while we were making the album. The sleeve for Jane's Addiction’s Nothing’s Shocking. Nothing’s Shocking was released on August 23, 1988. It made Jane’s Addiction the first alternative rock band to find any sort of mainstream success. But of course, Farrell says, it couldn’t last. In October 1991, with the singer having developed a crack addiction, he could no longer keep the band together.
Jane's Addiction were a very energetic band on studio recordings, so this album adds even more energy live. But besides the energy being present, the record has obviously a much rawer sound than their studio recordings which is good and bad in ways, but I'm leaning more towards the good. It's good in the sense that you can feel the raw energy with the sound of the crowd (the crowd was not very big mind you)
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- Recorded At – River Rock Recording Studios
- Mixed At – River Rock Recording Studios
- Mastered At – Scorpio Audio
- Bass – Eric A.*
- Drums – Steven Perkins*
- Executive-Producer – David Von Bott
- Guitar – Dave Navarro
- Producer, Recorded By – John Cannaday
- Vocals – Perry Farrell
- Written-By – Jane's Addiction
NotesRecorded at the Co Co Club in Los Angeles, CA, August 1986
(Due to the degeneration from age of the original recording we have digitally re-mastered this recording)
Durations measured from CD player. Incorrect values printed on cover and disc
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