Triage is the second solo album by David Baerwald, formerly of the two-man group David & David with David Ricketts. Triage was released in October 1992 on the A&M Records label, and was produced by Baerwald along with Bill Bottrell and Dan Schwartz. To date it is Baerwald’s last full-length solo album.
A slight change of direction here. Often cited as the album of his career, Triage is a rocky ride. The filmic "Secret Silken World" shows off Baerwald as the Charles Bukowski of rock, detailing seedy characters, and features Mr. A of A&M, Herb Alpert, on the equally cinematic trumpet. For "The Got No Shotgun Hydrahead Octopus Blues," well, Baerwald is angry, to the extent he wasn't afraid to issue it as a single! Recorded in 1992 when America was in the grip of grunge and introspection, Baerwald makes an effort to keep up with the times by doing a white man's.
David Baerwald – Triage. Label: A&M Records – 395 392-2. Country: UK & Europe. 1993 UK & Europe release of the original 1992 US album.
This album has an average beat per minute of 121 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/175 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at BPM, ends at 175BPM (+175), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by David Baerwald. Here Comes the New Folk Underground.
A Secret Silken World, 07:42. The Got No Shotgun Hydrahead Octopus Blues, 04:26. Aids & Armageddon, 05:32.