To Record Only Water For Ten Days

John Frusciante - To Record Only Water For Ten Days
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Based on 5 reviews
2001 Ratings: #73 / 173
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Based on 26 ratings
2001 Ratings: #76
February 13, 2001 / Release Date
LP / Format
Warner Bros. / Label
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An immensely satisfying listen from former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist at his most eccentric and complex. With a bit of homespun quality and psychedelic edge, this is music in its most genuine and bare-bones form.
He, the underrated, the lonely, the conceptual, spiritual and soul guy. His real solo career begins with this. Since always with abstract concept, feeling over technic and always making music by his own, what he feels, what he sees. Maybe his best work low Fi, this marked then a whole underrated, undergrownd and substantial career of almost ten years.
This album is kinda interesting. Sometimes in a good way, other times a bad way. The production is very lo-fi even though Frusciante says that this was more hi-fi than his first two solo albums which make me hesitant to visit those projects.

His guitar playing and instrumentation are interesting and the melodies of the vocals that he sings sound like they fit nicely with the music backing it. Unfortunately, John Frusciante's vocal performances are pretty distracting throughout the whole ... read more
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Track List

  1. Going Inside
  2. Someone's
  3. The First Season
  4. Wind Up Space
  5. Away & Anywhere
  6. Remain
  7. Fallout
  8. Ramparts
  9. With No One
  10. Murderers
  11. Invisible Movement
  12. Representing
  13. In Rime
  14. Saturation
  15. Moments Have You
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