℗ 1990 Sub Pop Records
 

The Winding Sheet

Mark Lanegan

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1.1
Mockingbirds
Mark Lanegan
2:30
1.2
Museum
Mark Lanegan
2:50
1.3
Undertow
Mark Lanegan
2:51
1.4
Ugly Sunday
Mark Lanegan
3:55
1.5
Down in the Dark
Mark Lanegan
3:21
1.6
Wild Flowers
Mark Lanegan
2:58
1.7
Eyes of a Child
Mark Lanegan
4:00
1.8
The Winding Sheet
Mark Lanegan
5:32
1.9
Woe
Mark Lanegan
2:04
1.10
Ten Feet Tall
Mark Lanegan
2:50
1.11
Where Did You Sleep Last Night
Mark Lanegan
3:58
1.12
Juarez
Mark Lanegan
1:20
1.13
I Love You Little Girl
Mark Lanegan
2:04
Total Playing Time    40:13
The Winding Sheet is a studio album by alternative rock artist Mark Lanegan. It was released in 1990 on Sub Pop. The album was Lanegan's first solo work, and is notable in its departure from the characteristic sound of Screaming Trees, the band he fronted from 1985 until 2000.

While the work done in the Screaming Trees was much more energetic and fit into the burgeoning grunge genre of the late 80s/early 90s, The Winding Sheet has a much more stripped down sound, defining Lanegan's solo work largely for the rest of the decade.

"Prior to this I had sometimes written words with the other members of my first band, or, more often, had tried to change their lyrics to fit me in a more personal way. This was a tedious, frustrating routine that was never enjoyable, and so The Winding Sheet became my first attempt at going it alone."
- Mark Lanegan
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sub Pop Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Track 13 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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