Fevers and Mirrors

Fevers and Mirrors

by Bright Eyes
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Overview

Fevers and Mirrors

Nebraska's Bright Eyes are graduates from the Midwestern school of Britpop. With Fevers and Mirrors being their third full-length release, a strong adaptation of Radiohead, Blur, and Suede is conveniently wrapped up in a neat lo-fi package. But without completely ripping anyone off, Bright Eyes feature their own cadence of loose indie and shaky, emotional vocals. The results amount to a catchy collection of elaborate pop that's been perfectly captured on a nickel budget.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/30/2000
Label: Saddle Creek
UPC: 0648401003222
catalogNumber: 32
Rank: 62333

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Bright Eyes   Primary Artist
Andy LeMaster   Bass,Guitar,Percussion,Electric Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals,Mellotron
Mike Mogis   Organ,Dulcimer,Acoustic Guitar,Mandolin,Pedal Steel Guitar,Glockenspiel,Electric Guitar,Tambourine,Sampling,Hammered Dulcimer,Guiro,E-bow,electronics,Tongue Drum
Todd Fink   Keyboards
A.J. Mogis   Piano
Tim Kasher   Accordion
Jiha Lee   Flute,Vocals
Joe Knapp   Percussion,Drums,Vocals
Conor Oberst   Organ,Guitar,Piano,Keyboards,Vocals,Sampling,Toy Piano
Clint Schnase   Drums

Technical Credits

Andy LeMaster   Producer,Engineer
Mike Mogis   Producer,Engineer,Atmosphere
Conor Oberst   Composer

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Fevers and Mirrors 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Bright Eyes was suggested to me by a friend whos musical opinion I do not trust. I introduced her to the cure with one of their dvd's and she said they were (not straight) because they wore makeup. I listened, told her it was O.K., and as soon as she left promptly bought Fevers and Mirrors. As accutely stated in another review, it is very emotionally demanding, which is the only reason I do not listen to it all the time. It is really beautiful.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this isn't pop. it's not rock, emo, folk, or indie. rip out your heart and record it. the end result would be something like this CD. stunning lyrics, brilliant music, and a a certain raw quality that makes it borderline perfect.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Not since medieval times has there been a force so raw and talented as Conor Oberst and O my God! as formidable as the Knights of the Round Table. Rimbaud said, ¿¿Other horrible workers will come.¿ Bright Eyes is in our midst.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of the best albums that i have ever listened to. I have heard a couple of Bright Eyes songs before but after I listened to this album, I'm eager for more. The vocalist is amazing and the guitar playing is even better. This music is truly touching and unforgettable and Bright Eyes is truly talented!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Oberst, my hero, really does his best on this cd. This collection is much better, in my opinion, than Lifted or any of the other cds. The stand out tracks to me are Haligh, Haligh, A Lie, Haligh and Something Vague. These are 2 of the best songs ever created.
Guest More than 1 year ago
the album of the year
Guest More than 1 year ago
Once again conor and gang do it right with Fevers and Mirrors.Off kilter vocals com bined with an array of talented musicians makes this their best album yet.The intense vocals and lyricswill make you dump your girl and go on a 3 week bender.listen carefully.
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