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The Jeevas

Following the break-up of his briefly fashionable London, England-based quartet Kula Shaker in 1999, Crispian Mills (b. 18 January 1973, Hammersmith, London, England; vocals/guitar) relocated to New York City for a spell, to plot his next move. Hoping he would latch onto a new local music scene that would inspire him, Mills grew disappointed and eventually opted to return back home. Mills formed a group known as Pi, which besides an ill-advised arena tour opening for Robbie Williams, nothing came of. Mills moved on once more before the band could issue any recordings, and signed on with Kula Shaker’s former management company. Looking to return to Kula Shaker’s psychedelic pop sound, Mills found like-minded musicians for his new project, namely Dan McKinna (bass) and Andy Nixon (drums), and took the word Jeevas (a derivation of the Indian term for ‘life force’) as his new band’s name. Recording sessions for their debut album took only three weeks in total (in a small studio owned by Pete Thomas of the Attractions), and resulted in a recording contract with Kula Shaker’s former label, Epic Records. Jeevas’ debut, 1-2-3-4, was released in September 2002 and appeared to sink without a trace. Cowboys And Indians opened with the sparkling ‘Black & Blue’, but fell back into indifference with pointless cover versions of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s ‘Have You Ever Seen The Rain’ and Bob Dylan’s ‘Masters Of War’. Mills is capable of so much more.
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Track List: Cowboys & Indians

1. Black And Blue

2. Have You Ever Seen The Rain

3. Healing Hands

4. The Way You Carry On

5. I Can't Help Myself

6. Back Home

8. How Much Do You Suck?

9. Masters Of War

10. Stoned Love

11. Girl Without A Name

12. Good Man Down

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Track List: 1-2-3-4!

1. Virginia

2. Ghost (Cowboys In The Movies)

3. You Got My Number

4. What Is It For?

5. Once Upon A Time In America

6. Don't Say The Good Times Are Over

7. Scary Parents

8. Teenage Breakdown

9. Silver Apples

10. Edge Of The World

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evilindallas
sound a bit like The Jayhawks
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jkgant
He does not sound like Fogerty. The guitar licks are unique and different. Good cover.
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Tacky cover but good band
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haters. listening to it now. digging.
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uhhh, guys, he doesn't even bear a passing resemblance to John Fogerty vocally. calm down.
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I'd find it easier to be believe someone is incensed by a cover if they got the name of the song correct.....
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i agree with ALL the negative feedback about covering this song. they "twanged" it up a bit, some good guitar sounds, but still...not different enough to really make it worth it. nice try jeeva...but only about a 5.
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Holy Jeevas!
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their cover of "have you seen the rain coming down" (creedence clearwater revival) is a rip-off. if you're going to cover someone else's song, at least make it your own version. the singer's voice even sounds the same, and the rhythm and speed is practically identical. the only difference is the guitar riff on the break.....
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Awesome band former kula shaker from england
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Hard to beat an original that was done so well in the style of the moment. It is difficult to capture a by-gone movement.
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nelbrecht
Never cover an epically good song in a similar style. It is well sung but CCR played it in that style and better.
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This is great. Who in the heck are they?
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"Have you every seen the Rain" is a great song,very good by The Jeevas
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I love this!!! I wanna know why I've never seen the Jeevas!
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Fresh, good take on an original.
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not bad i love have you ever seen rain
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drivebyjeff
Not bad
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The Jeevas were an English rock band. Its members were Crispian Mills (vocals, guitar), Andy Nixon (drums), and Dan McKinna (bass). (from Wikipedia)
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Love the CCR cover on Cowboys & Indians.
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They have some music with lyrics I DON'T want to hear! Vulgar!
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They are the hiatus incarnation of Kula Shaker
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tell me about them

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