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Down Deeper Into The Well - Think Tree - Like The Idea (Vinyl, LP, Album)


1992
Label: Caroline Records - CARLP 17 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Funk Metal, Post Rock, Avantgarde, Indie Rock
Down Deeper Into The Well - Think Tree - Like The Idea (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Dig, dig, dig a little deeper in the well boys dig a little deeper in the well. If you want a good cool drink of water you gotta dig a little deeper in the well. My daddy used to tell me don't be fooled by what you see. If you want to get to the heart of things you gotta look way down deep. Second place don't get it son a winner gotta come in.

Think Tree played their last show in May of Shortly afterward, a few new projects were startd by the band members: Peter, Will, and Jeff played "spoken-word with music" as Bongo Fury. They released a record shortly afterward. This is nothing like Think Tree, but you may like it. It's available from SineAppleSap Productions.

Answer (1 of 4): > There is no single nor a set of things that you can apply instantly and would made you a deep thinker. But instead, it’s a process that takes time. You can read what other thinkers thought and start process the ideas based on what you have in your mind and what they said. And.

Like the Idea, an Album by Think Tree. Released 14 February on Caroline (catalog no. Carol CD ; CD). Genres: Industrial Rock, Experimental Rock, Comedy Rock/5(2).

I think Eight/Thirteen is better than Like The Idea (I think all the radio-interludes are breaking the pace & I dislike Think Tree going too far into "Prince"-territory like on "Eye for eye".) But. "A Court Jester Named Sa-Sa" with it's ecstatic end-sequence (That synth! Those chords!) is /5(7).


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1 thoughts on “Down Deeper Into The Well - Think Tree - Like The Idea (Vinyl, LP, Album)”

  1. I think Eight/Thirteen is better than Like The Idea (I think all the radio-interludes are breaking the pace & I dislike Think Tree going too far into "Prince"-territory like on "Eye for eye".) But. "A Court Jester Named Sa-Sa" with it's ecstatic end-sequence (That synth! Those chords!) is /5(7).

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