It’s all of about 90 seconds long and kind of forgettable. Tonight Will Be Fin. s a bizarre, horribly lo-fi cover of a Leonard Cohen song from the album Songs From A Room. The rhythm is created with what sounds like accidental blips of feedback. Once again, there’s two voices, but both are run through different kinds of devices and come out sounding warbly, watery and loud-feedback horrible.
Drag City: making records since the second death of "Paul McCartney," also covered up. In it for the music, hoping you will use it. The power and the poverty, in one good right jab - what's left? Glass houses, people - not to mention glass jaws! A home to bands that actually smells like home - and don't forget, this is the 21st century, you shit where you live! Come for the records, stay for the sinister intimations of inescapable truth in life and business, all half-articulated, of course. You keep getting older, they just stay the same
The Sundowners were a country-western trio from Chicago, 1959-1989. They included guitarist Don Walls, guitarist Bob Boyd and bassist Curt Delaney. Promoting their retrospective CD, Bloodshot Revival proclaimed The Sundowners knew more than 15,000 songs, playing about 7,000 songs annually. A very early collaboration between Will Oldham and Bill Callahan. A 1960s Sunshine Pop group, notable today for having their song "Always You" compiled.
The Sundowners is a 1960 Technicolor film that tells the story of an Australian outback family torn between the father's desires to continue his nomadic sheep-herding ways and the wife's and son's desire to settle down in one place. The screenplay was adapted by Isobel Lennart from Jon Cleary's novel of the same name; it was produced and directed by Fred Zinnemann. At the 33rd Academy Awards, The Sundowners.
Goat Songs" is the name of a 7" vinyl EP by The Sundowners, released on Sea Note Records in 1993. The EP is a collaboration between Palace Brothers (Will Oldham) and Smog (Bill Callahan). The EP was reissued on 21 May, 1994. GOAT - The classification of the domesticated goat bred in Israel is disputed among scholars, some maintaining that it originates from the wild goat Capra hircus, hence the name of the domesticated goat as Capra hircus mambrica, others, that i. Encyclopedia of Judaism.
Goat Songs is a 7" vinyl EP by The Sundowners, released on Sea Note Records in 1993. The EP was reissued on 21 May 1994.
Goat Songs EP by The Sundowners (Will Oldham). Fair use in Goat Songs. fair use laws because: It is a low resolution copy of an album cover.