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Performer:
Jad Fair
Album:
I Like It When You Smile
Style:
Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,American Underground,Experimental,Experimental Rock,Indie Rock,Post-Punk
Date of release:
1992
Duration:
36:18
FLAC vers. size:
1453 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1405 mb
WMA vers. size:
1689 mb
Other formats
AIFF MMF ASF MIDI AHX MP2
Rating:
4.1 ★
Votes:
163

In 2002 Fair recorded an album with R. Stevie Moore, titled FairMoore, described as "a lovely, heartfelt effort that shows both in top form" by Dave Mandl, who stated that it "brings together two fiercely original figures in the American music underground", the album consisting of Fair reciting his poetry over Moore's instrumental backing. In 2012 Jad Fair released on Joyful Noise Recordings a collaboration with French experimentalist trio Hifiklub, and German guitarist/producer kptmichigan  . I Like It When You Smile (Paperhouse, 1992). Short Songs (Smells Like Records, 1993). Greater Expectations (Psycho Acoustic Sounds/TEC.

I Like when You Smile, Ahmedabad. I Like when you smile is a simple page for everyone  .

Whoever thought of getting Daniel Johnston and Jad Fair together was a cold-hearted motherfucker. Johnston, a schizophrenic manic-depressive who believes. Maybe Jad just wanted to see if he could outcrazy Johnston. But such a thing is not possible, even for a guy that's made an album of monster songs for children and sports a frizzy homeless-guy hairdo. Some might think this is a perfectly acceptable match of talents. After all, both musicians often sing about the simple pleasures in life, like falling in love, having fun, and witnessing the apocalypse; they often sing in extreme tenors that sound closer to 11-year-olds' than 40-year-olds'; and they're both sometimes brutally irritating

I Like It When You Sleep’s cover sees the band reusing the neon light board of the band name encased in the symbolic rectangle, but this time in full colour rather than black and white. The bright neon pink of the light board became a colour motif throughout the band’s 2nd-album-era.

2. Love Me 3. UGH! 4. Change of Heart 5. She’s American 6. If I Believe You 7. Please Be Naked 8. Lostmyhead 9. Ballad of Me and My Brain 10. Somebody Else 11. Loving Someone 12. I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it 13. Sound 14. This Must Be My Dream 15.

The 1975 detail new album, ‘I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It’. By. Tyler Sharp.

The album’s first proper track, Love Me, is both a celebration and an admonishment of narcissism, a superficial slice of dance pop that succumbs to everything it professes to scorn. The lead guitar riff rips off David Bowie’s Fame and the chorus mirrors The Isley Brothers’ It’s Your Thing, but both instances of plagiarism feel self-conscious and self-effacing.

I want you to do something SMILE. smile because you’re beautiful because you’re amazing because your unique because you can. No matter what tomorrow is a new day because no matter what you think Someone Loves You!! Smile because you deserve too. Anonymous. 24. If you smile, even if you’re in a bad mood, it will immediately improve your mood, because the simple action of thinking about smiling and using the muscles is enough to trigger happy chemicals in the brain. 25. Look back, and smile on perils past.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 A Little Bit More Jad Fair 2:48
2 The Only One Left Jad Fair 1:18
3 On the Sunny Side of the Street Dorothy Fields / Jimmy McHugh Jad Fair 1:07
4 Something Inside of Me Jad Fair 2:23
5 Surprise Party Jad Fair 1:18
6 Secret Life Jad Fair 1:34
7 Dot Jad Fair 1:00
8 Road Runner Jad Fair 0:45
9 If He Says He Did Jad Fair 1:03
10 You'll Never Know Jad Fair 1:13
11 Big as the Sun Jad Fair 2:25
12 The Crown Jad Fair 2:43
13 Take a Chance Jad Fair 1:13
14 I Like Candy Jad Fair 0:20
15 Mule in the Corn Jad Fair 2:05
16 Big Top Jad Fair 1:57
17 I Had a Dream Last Night Jad Fair 2:14
18 Angel Jad Fair 2:14
19 The Eyes of the World Jad Fair 0:55
20 Brand New Moon Jad Fair 2:16
21 Texas Jad Fair 1:40
22 Better Than Before Jad Fair 1:47

Credits

Terry Adams - Harmonica, Keyboards, Percussion
Jad Fair - Cover Art, Cover Design, Illustrations, Primary Artist
Dorothy Fields - Composer
Bob Flanigan - Guitar
Don Fleming - Guitar
Mick Hobbs - Guitar
Scott Jarvis - Drums
Mark Jickling - Guitar
Glenn Jones - Guitar
Ira Kaplan - Guitar
Rob Kennedy - Bass
Klem Klimek - Saxophone
J Mascis - Bass
Jimmy McHugh - Composer
Gilles Reider - Drums
Gilles-Vincent Reider - Drums
Steve Shelley - Drums