About “Ole’ Time Pigeon Farm”
“Ole’ Time Pigeon Farm” is a hidden song by Marcy Playground from their album Shapeshifter.
A reprise of “Pigeon Farm” (track #9), done on a banjo and sung like a 1940s radio star.
Shapeshifter is the fourth studio album by American alternative rock band Marcy Playground, released in 1999. The album showcases the band’s signature blend of catchy melodies, introspective lyrics, and a mix of grunge and pop-rock influences.
With its introspective and thought-provoking themes, Shapeshifter explores a range of emotions and experiences. The album tackles topics such as love, personal growth, self-reflection, and the complexities of human nature. Lead singer John Wozniak’s distinctive vocals, coupled with the band’s tight musicianship, create a captivating sonic landscape.
Tracks like “It’s Saturday,” “Bye Bye,” and the hit single “Sex and Candy” highlight the band’s knack for crafting infectious hooks and memorable melodies. The album’s production maintains a raw and organic sound, adding to the overall authenticity of the music.
Shapeshifter is a testament to Marcy Playground’s ability to create music that is both introspective and accessible, leaving a lasting impression on listeners with its unique blend of alternative rock sensibilities.
How to find “Ole’ Time Pigeon Farm”
On CD: Play through the last track (“Our Generation”)
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