Time Changes Everything (September 2002)



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5.5 / 10

In September 2002, Squire released his first solo album, Time Changes Everything, on his own North Country label. It was recorded in his farmhouse in the Peak District, close to Macclesfield. Now settled with a new partner, the music was rustic, reflective, acoustic and homely, with shots of subdued electric guitar.

The title possibly stems from dialogue of D. A. Pennebaker's 1967 Dylan documentary, Dont Look Back.

1. Joe Louis
2. I Miss You
3. Shine A Little Light
4. Time Changes Everything
5. Welcome To The Valley
6. 15 Days
7. Transatlantic Near Death Experience
8. All I Really Want
9. Strange Feeling
10. Sophia

Format:
Released July 2002:
Joe Louis / Time Changes Everything / 15 Days (North Country Records, 3 Track Sampler CD)

Released September 2002:
Time Changes Everything (North Country Records, NCCDP001, CD Promo)

Released 16th September 2002:
Time Changes Everything (North Country Records, NCCD001, CD)
Time Changes Everything (North Country Records, NCCDS001, Limited Edition CD, 5,000 pressed)
Time Changes Everything (North Country Records, NCLP001, LP)

Released 2002:
Time Changes Everything (North Country Records / Toy's Factory, TFCK-87303, Japanese CD)
Time Changes Everything (North Country Records / Toy's Factory, TFCK-87303, Japanese cassette promo)

UK chart details: #17

Artwork details:
The Time Changes Everything artwork is from 'Animal Skull' (animal skull, household gloss, 2002).


 

 

Top left: Time Changes Everything promo CD front cover. Click here to view the collage of photos from the LP release.
Top right: Time Changes Everything CD front cover.
Bottom left: 'Animal Skull' by John Squire, from the ICA exhibition. This is John Squire speaking to The Guardian in May 2004 about this work: "I found this on a walk - it had been picked clean by a scavenger. It was bleached white. I thought it could do with a lick of paint. I used it for the cover of my first solo album - I wanted to make that connection with The Stone Roses - celebrate and bury them at the same time."
Bottom right: Time Changes Everything promo card.


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