With Easy Tiger (Adams ninth solo album) on the horizon, it’s a fine opportunity to post some rarities that have long been available via trading circles and the internets, yet unreleased commercially. You can still check out the “What Sin Replaces Love” feature, here.
Exile On Franklin Street is a rough, super lo-fi, 24 track collection of demos, some of which would later see the light of day on various albums. For existing Adams fans the Exile sessions are an interesting look into the creative process, and a tell-tale sign of things to come. Recorded in 2000, prior to Heartbreaker, the Exile collection foreshadows Adams interests in harder/weirder material than he had previously released with Whiskeytown.
Below are six excerpts from the twenty-four track collection.
MP3: Ryan Adams :: Blankets Of Booze
MP3: Ryan Adams :: Tractor Beam
MP3: Ryan Adams :: Secret Powers
MP3: Ryan Adams :: Waves Crashing
MP3: Ryan Adams :: Faker (original)
MP3: Ryan Adams :: Chinese Porno Scrappy
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8 thoughts on “Ryan Adams :: Exile On Franklin Street (2000)”
You sly devil you! I thought you had nothing left in reserve. Thanks for the RA!
i heard rumours that there will be a box set of a bunch of stuff (Exile, Suicide Handbook etc) released later this year. might be called 20/20.
Just found you (I know I am late to the party) and I want to tell you how much I am loving this blog. You have a rare ear: ecclectic and heartfelt.
I do wonder why, with your fine taste, there is no mention of Stuart A. Staples on your pages? Leaving Songs seems like something you would have hooked into.
Think it’s safe to post Suicide Handbook yet? *sigh*
Thanks man. Choice cuts!
Any and all RyAd rarities are always welcome, but the real winner in this batch is “Waves Crashing” — arguably features more catharsis than “Welcome to Ryan Adams Dot Com (Witches!)”
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