B. –Young Fresh Fellows With Richard Peterson. New Young Fresh Fellows Theme. Written-By – R. Peterson, S. McCaughey. Matrix, Runout (Side B): PL-1133-B R-14419 Over 100 Stories! Rights Society: BMI.
Richard Peterson - Mathisization. with Young Fresh Fellows. Big City Dick: Richard Peterson's First Movie. 16 November 2017 ·. Santa Barbara, 2004, attending the Santa Barbara Film Festival, in which Jeff Bridges presented the film. Shown here, waiting for Ross and Leah Shafer to show up for breakfast. Photo: Todd Pottinger).
Minus 5. Twilight Distillery. Yep Roc. Sleeping Giant. So Hard To Say Goodbye. Richard Peterson w/ Young Fresh Fellows. Minus 5. With a Gun. s/t (The Gun Album). <- Previous playlist Back to Three Chord Monte playlists Next playlist -. RSS feeds for Three Chord Monte with Joe Belock: Playlists feed MP3 archives feed.
He's a genius, simply put, but you don't get that from seeing him on the streets," says Scott McCaughey, singer, songwriter and rhythm guitarist for the Young Fresh Fellows, one of Seattle's most enduring and prolific bands. Peterson joined the Fellows on a recent single, "Mathisization," writing both music and lyrics and playing multiple horn and keyboard parts. That experience includes two albums, "Richard Peterson's First Album" (1982) and "The Second Album" (1985), arranged, almost entirely performed and totally funded by himself.
Topsy Turvy was the second album by rock band Young Fresh Fellows. It was released in 1985 on PopLlama. The album was later re-released as a two-for-one double CD with their first album, The Fabulous Sounds of the Pacific Northwest. How Much About Last Night Do You Remember? Where Is Groovy Town? The New John Agar. Sharing Patrol Theme. You've Got Your Head On Backwards.
The Young Fresh Fellows formed in 1983 and had some minor success, mainly on College Radio (and overseas; they were big in Spain and Japan!). They're typically a band that's more respected than known; one of the big places people tend to know of them is from They Might Be Giants' song "Twisting", which mentioned them (and The dBs) by name. The members all have worked in and with lots of other bands. Their most popular songs are probably "Rock 'n' Roll Pest Control" and "Amy Grant".