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Cure For Pain


Released: 17th December 2021

2xLP£42.99 Pre-Order Dispatched on or before Friday 17th December 2021

One of the most unique, original and unusual rock bands to burst onto the alternative scene in the 90s, Morphine was originally formed by vocalist/bassist Mark Sandman, saxophonist Dana Colley and drummer Jerome Deupree (later replaced by Billy Conway) in Cambridge, Mass in 1989. They expertly combined blues, jazz and rock elements into a very distinct style, anchored by Sandman’s deep, crooning, beat-style vocals. Rather than having an electric guitar as the focal point like most rock bands, the trio’s sound was built around Sandman’s two-string electric bass (often deployed with a slide) and Colley’s growling, baritone sax which was dubbed as “low-rock.”

Cure For Pain is the band’s second album for Rykodisc, originally released September 14, 1993. Jerome Deupree, quit due to health problems during the recording of the album and was replaced by Billy Conway.


Side A:

I’m Free Now
All Wrong
A Head With Wings
In Spite Of Me
Side B:

Cure For Pain
Mary, Won’t You Call My Name?
Let’s Take a Trip Together
Miles Davis’ Funeral

Side A:

Mile High
Bos’ Veranda
All Wrong (Alternate Version)
Third Stone From The Sun
Down Love’s Tributaries
Miles Davis’ Funeral (Alternate Version)
Side B:

I Can Do That
I’m Free Now (Alternate Version)
Groovy Beat
My Brain (Full Length Version)
Untitled Spoken Word Piece
A Married Woman
Pizza Hut Variation #2