Heavy Mellow


Heavy Mellow

Infobox Album |
Name = Heavy Mellow
Type = Album
Artist = 54•40


Released = September 7, 1999
Recorded =
Genre = alternative
Length =
Label =
Producer =
Reviews =
Last album = "Since When"
(1998)
This album = "Heavy Mellow"
(1999)
Next album = "Casual Viewin'"
(2000)

"Heavy Mellow" is a 1999 live album by 54•40.

It is a two-disc set; as its name implies, one disc contains "heavy" rock performances and the other contains "mellow" acoustic renditions. Many acoustic album versions vary greatly from their studio counterparts, due to the addition of new instruments that weren't used before (such as accordions). These tracks include Radio Luv Song, Crossing a Canyon, and Miss You. In addition, the live version of Music Man is extended compared to the studio version.

Track listing

Disc one

# "She La"
# "Ocean Pearl"
# "Nice to Luv You"
# "Lies to Me"
# "Since When"
# "Assoholic"
# "Baby Ran"
# "Music Man"
# "Love You All"

Disc two

# "One Gun"
# "One Day in Your Life"
# "Miss You"
# "Radio Luv Song"
# "I Go Blind"
# "Crossing a Canyon"
# "I Could Give You More"
# "Laughing"
# "She La"
# "Ocean Pearl"


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