Kozelek Pulls Down the Covers Again


If you want other
artists’ blood, this one’s for you.


By Blurt Staff


Mark Kozelek (Sun Kil Moon, Red House) puts his unique
interpretative stamp on record once again with the release of The Finally LP, a collection of tracks
originally recorded for tribute albums that are now unavailable. The 10-song LP
is issued on his own Caldo Verde Records on Dec. 9.

Highlights include a country tinged version of ‘Lazy’ by Low, ‘Bedtime Lullaby’
from the children’s show Yo Gabba Gabba!, and an intimate, acoustic version Stephen Sondhiem’s ‘Send In The Clowns’
recorded for the Minneapolis Bridge Disaster Benefit CD. The album also
includes radio show rarities, a previously unreleased version of Husker Dü’s
‘Celebrated Summer’ and two previously unreleased original instrumentals



Tour Dates:


Nov 7th Norfolk,
VA Attucks Theater

Nov 8th Carrboro,
NC Cat’s Cradle

Nov 10th Washington,
DC Rock n’ Roll Hotel

Nov 12th Brooklyn, NY Music
Hall of Williamsburg
w/ Neil Halstead

Nov 15th Orlando,
FL Gibson Showroom



Track listing for ‘The Finally LP’


1. Piano Song  2. Finally 3. New Partner 4. Send In The
Clowns 5. Lazy 6. Bedtime Lullaby 7. Celebrated Summer 8. My Friend Bob 
9. If You Want Blood 10. Gaping Mouth

Produced by Mark Kozelek

Track 1 by Mark Kozelek (God Forbid Publishing, BMI). Previously unreleased

Track 2 by Kath Bloom (BMI). Previously released on Loving Takes This
Course – A Tribute To The Songs Of Kath Bloom (2008).

Track 3 by Will Oldham (Royal Stable Music, ASCAP). Previously released on I
am a Cold Rock, I am Dull Grass – A Tribute To Will Oldham (2006).

Track 4 by Stephen Sondheim (ASCAP).Previously released on Musician For
Minneapolis: 57 Songs For The I-35 Bridge Disaster Relief Effort (2008)

Track 5 by Low (Chairkickers Music, BMI). Previously
released on We Could
Live In Hope – A Tribute To Low (2006).

Track 6 by Jarond Gibbs (Yo Gabba Gabba! Cast, ASCAP), originally heard on
the Nickelodeon television show Yo Gabba Gabba! (Nickelodeon Music 2008).

Track 7 by Bob Mould (Husker Songs, BMI). Previously unreleased (2003).

Track 8 by Dom Leone (Ed’s Quality Music, BMI). Previously released on Guess
Who This Is: A Tribute to Dom Leone (2001).

Track 9 by Young, Young, and Scott (J. Albert & Son Pty ltd, ASCAP).
Previously unreleased. Recorded at Antena 3 Radio, Lisbon, Potugal, 2002.

Track 10 by Mark Kozelek (God Forbid Publishing, BMI). Originally released
as the soundtrack to the short film Gaping Mouth (2007).





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