8 thoughts on “ I Whale - Mount Eerie - Song Islands vol. 2 (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Song Islands vol. 2 by Mount Eerie, released 19 October 1. Where? 2. Calf In Pasture 3. the Intimacy 4. I Whale 5. O My Heart 6. instrumental 7. Where Is My Tarp? 8. Don't Smoke 9. Get Off The Internet Cooking Give Totally Up Do Not Be Afraid Voice In Headphones (singers) Cold Mountain Cold Mountain's Song #
  2. Song Islands Vol. 2 (Rarities) "ELV" in late Label, Side A: Song Islands Vol. 2 Released in late by P.W. Elverum & Sun, the world's finest collectibles Label, Side B: Song Islands Vol. 2 Made up songs recorded between 20but never intended to appear together, a chain of islands, songs Label, Side C: Song Islands Vol. /5.
  3. Oct 27,  · Mount Eerie; Song Islands Vol. 2. But the territory Song Islands Vol. 2 attempts to chart is simply too vast-- nearly a decade's worth of diversions-- /
  4. Vinyl print @ Hobby Horse Press Printed On Label: The song "I Whale" which is a sequel to "I'm A Pearl Diver" which was sung by The Microphones, and which was a tragic story of sour romance and which is remedied here by the inevitability of the singer's meeting with "The Whale". Do not play reverse side. Recorded Nowhere on December 24th, /5(15).
  5. SONG ISLANDS vol. 2 is the 2nd collection of scattered, isolated non-album tracks (get it? “islands”?) by Phil Elverum and his MOUNT EERIE project, vol. 1 having been released by K records in under the MICROPHONES name.
  6. The second of Mount Eerie’s Song Islands collections emerges. Once you've had your fun with all the trinkets that come with this record (when we say fancy packaging, we mean fancy packaging) you'll find that there's a real variety of music on the LP. A lot of the tracks on Song Islands Vol. 2 have.
  7. Mount Eerie is the musical project of Anacortes, Washington–based songwriter and producer Phil manesefaphadi.quepifolkfenkersdigeslitopssipekas.com (also of The Microphones) is the principal member of the band, but has collaborated with many other musicians on his records and in live manesefaphadi.quepifolkfenkersdigeslitopssipekas.co of Mount Eerie's releases have been issued on Elverum's label P.W. Elverum & Sun, Ltd., and feature highly detailed packaging.
  8. A second collection of non-album tracks from the Mount Eerie camp, following on from K Records' release of the first volume back in (back in the days when Phil Elverum was recording under the Microphones moniker). This collection takes off from where Vol. 1 left off, stretching all the way back to 's 'Where My Tarp?' and leading us up to date with outtakes from 's excellent Wind.

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