9 Reply to “ I Think She Likes Me - Treat Her Right - Treat Her Right (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Treat Her Right has pared it down to the bone, and this is stark nekkid blues (with a touch of rock). This is a debut album, and is by far the best. Try "I Think She Likes Me" for sly lyrics showing a solid understanding of the blues/5(21).
  2. Although more blues-based than Morphine, Treat Her Right sowed the seeds of Sandman's later sound with its unusual instrumentation (Sandman's guitar with Treat Her Right was a three string custom model, making it sound more like a bass guitar) and slightly dark focus, most evident on .
  3. Treat Her Right - I Think She Likes Me (Letras y canción para escuchar) - Walked into a strange cafe / No one there's ever heard my name / Go to the bar, have a seat / Talk to that woman sittin' next to me / / She asked me in a.
  4. May 21,  · Treat Her Right was considered Boston’s best-kept secret until the punk-blues quartet recorded “I Think She Likes Me,” one of the best oops-she’s-married songs since Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Gimme Three Steps.” The song made waves on the U.S. college charts and in the U.K., and RCA Records picked it up in HOSTED BY G. BROWN.
  5. I Think She Likes Me Lyrics: I walked into a strange cafe / No one there's ever heard my name / I go to the bar, have a seat / Talk to that woman sittin next to me / She'll ask me in a voice so.
  6. Jul 09,  · The official music video of "I Think She Likes Me", the local hit from Mark Sandman and Billy Conway's pre-Morphine Band, Treat Her Right.
  7. Treat Her Right's single "I Think She Likes Me" came out in A sultry, insolent blues groover with an unspoken threat of a vibe, the song didn't fit in with the bouncy Euro-crap and overwrought college rock of the times. Partly because of this, it was a huge local hit.
  8. During the late '80s, Treat Her Right was a minor college-rock sensation, even if they didn't sound like anyone else. Their minimalist, modernist bluesy roots-rock did loosely fit into the post-R.E.M. weirdness of '80s alternative rock -- after all, their were folk-rock, garage rock and psychedelic revivals underway, all of which opened doors for a cerebrally strange rock group like Treat Her.
  9. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Treat Her Right - Treat Her Right on AllMusic - - [A] moody, insouciant, postmodernist approach.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *