Lagniappe (la·gniappe) noun ˈlan-ˌyap,’ – 1. An extra or unexpected gift or benefit. 2. Something given or obtained as a gratuity or bonus.

The Lagniappe Sessions return this week with The Amazing. Comprised of members of Swedish psych-rock monsters, Dungen, the group just saw the stateside release of its second LP, Gentle Stream — a nine track textured glide through the past four decades of coast & canyon folk, pop and rock coupled with the pastoral side of Pink Floyd and the live fury of Crazy Horse. For their Lagniappe installment, the band concentrate on the mellow, taking on Tim Buckley’s “Morning Glory“, culled from the singer-songwriter’s eponymous 1968 compilation of John Peel sessions, and R.E.M.’s “Find The River“, found on the Athens group’s 1993 LP, Automatic For The People.

Note for those of you on the east coast: go see this band, now, on tour supporting Tame Impala…

MP3: The Amazing :: Morning Glory (Tim Buckley)
MP3: The Amazing :: Find The River (REM)

Related: Lagniappe Sessions Archives / original illustration for aquarium drunkard by Ben Towle.
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3 Responses to “The Lagniappe Sessions :: The Amazing (Tim Buckley / R.E.M.)”

  1. […] You can check out The Amazing covering Tim Buckley and R.E.M. at the blog here. […]

  2. Just saw them in NYC. So good.

  3. […] Click here to go to Aquarium Drunkard to check The Amazing cover REM “Find The River” & Tim Buckley’s “Morning Glory” Share this:TwitterStumbleUponFacebookGoogle +1Like this:LikeBe the first to like this. […]

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