Fe (Souled American album)

Fe is the debut album by Chicago-based alternative country band Souled American. It was released in 1988 by Rough Trade Records, and re-released, as part of the Framed box set, by tUMULt Records in 1999. The title of the album (pronounced "fee") was taken from the word used by Bob Marley for "feel".

Fe
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Studio album by
Released1988
Recorded1988
Length46:49
LabelRough Trade
ProducerSouled American, Jeff Hamand, Jim Rondinelli
Souled American chronology
Fe
(1988)
Flubber
(1989)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic[1]

Track listingEdit

  1. "Notes Campfire" – (4:52)
  2. "Field & Stream" – (3:16)
  3. "Soldier's Joy" – (2:34)
  4. "Full Picture" – (2:37)
  5. "Make Me Laugh Make Me Cry" – (4:03)
  6. "Fisher's Hornpipe" – (2:33)
  7. "Tall Boy Blues" – (3:39)
  8. "Magic Bullets" – (3:22)
  9. "Lottery Brazil" – (3:15)
  10. "Goin' Home" – (4:24)
  11. "She Broke My Heart" – (4:45)
  12. "True Swamp Too" – (3:48)
  13. "Feel Better" – (3:33)

All songs by Souled American except "Soldier's Joy" and "Fisher's Hornpipe" traditionals.

PersonnelEdit

  • Joe Adducci – bass, vocals
  • Jamey Barnard – drums
  • Chris Grigoroff – guitar, vocals
  • Scott Tuma – guitar
  • Bob Egan – pedal steel on "Tall Boy Blues", "She Broke My Heart"

ReferencesEdit

  • Chicago Tribune: "You Never Know: The Texas Trip That Paid Off for Souled American", by Tom Popson, October 14, 1988.
  • Chicago Sun-Times: "Album feels good to Souled American", by Don McLeese, May 26, 1989.