Live at Phoenix Public House Melbourne
Download links and information about Live at Phoenix Public House Melbourne by Mark Kozelek. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 01:02:50 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist|
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|1.||I Know It's Pathetic but That Was the Greatest Night of My Life||1:47|
|2.||Sunshine in Chicago||5:22|
|3.||The Moderately Talented Young Woman||4:22|
|6.||Track Number 8||5:50|
|10.||Church of the Pines||5:40|
|11.||You Missed My Heart||6:11|
Mark Kozelek has had a number of official live albums (some limited-edition) over the years, each with something to recommend. But 2013's Live at Phoenix Public House Melbourne is the most lifelike. The between-song banter is left in, and Kozelek's honesty and humor are center stage. The unflinching look at touring at the end of "Sunshine in Chicago" is heartbreaking for anyone who's had dreams of being a successful musician; it's made more poignant by the performance of "The Moderately Talented Young Woman," which, like many of the songs here, comes from Sun Kil Moon's album Among the Leaves. Kozelek's guitar work is flawless throughout, and his voice remains one of the most emotive and touching. "Glenn Tipton"—originally from Sun Kil Moon's debut album, Ghosts of the Great Highway—is reworked into a slower meditation. "Mistress," the album's oldest song from his Red House Painters days, never loses its magic. The newest song, "You Missed My Heart," proves Kozelek hasn't lost his touch for telling stories other songwriters might miss or be too timid to approach.