Poem of the River is the seventh album by English alternative rock band Felt, released in 1987. All songs written by Lawrence. Lawrence – vocals, electric guitar (track 5). Martin Duffy – Hammond organ. Marco Thomas – bass guitar, electric guitar (track 2). Gary Ainge – drums. Additional personnel. Tony Willé – electric guitar (tracks 3-5), acoustic guitar (track 6). Neil Scott – electric guitar (tracks 3-6). Mayo Thompson – production.
Includes a lyric insert printed to one side only. On sleeve reverse: "A Creation Artefact" (small print, top right): "Distribution Cartel" and "Made in England". On insert: "Songs written by Lawrence and coloured in by the band" "Guarantee of authenticity: Any similarity to songs already written is purely co-incidental". On labels: "Lawrence's songs coloured in by the band" "Made in England".
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Felt’s debut single ‘Index’ was a red herring, given the fragile, crystalline sound of what followed – poppy on second single ‘Something Sends Me To Sleep’ and more progressive on their six-track, 31-minute debut album, which Tangent magazine’s Alastair Fitchett perfectly nailed as, tinny and intense, brittle and beautiful. 1984 was a busy year for Felt. Deebank released the instrumental album Inner Thought Zone (six songs, 30 minutes: Felt must have been like belonging to a cult), as Felt’s second album of the year mirrored the poppier complexion of their intervening singles. Here, it is ten songs over 30 minutes.