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Roadies Episode 9 – Song List

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Episode 9 – The Corporate Gig:

  • “Reach Us” – Derek Poulsen
  • “Vacation” – Florist
  • “Absolute Loser” – Fruit Bats
  • “Little Cloud” – Desert Stars
  • “Half a Native” – Buxton
  • “Hurt Me” – Låpsley
  • “Talking to You (Is Like Talking To Myself)” – Daryl Hall
  • “Lost in the Zoo” – Goddamn Electric Bill
  • “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” – Phantogram (Song of the Day)
  • “Stella” – Here We Go Magic
  • “Make Ya Feel Good” – Craig Paul Hardy & Theo Chinara
  • “On Fleek” (Full Mix) – Warner/Chappell Productions
  • “Lost Verses” – Sun Kil Moon
  • “Ready for Yr Closeup” – Là-Bas
  • “Soup For One” – Chic
  • “Always Be” – TVÅ
  • “Let’s Go Forward” – Sananda Maitreya
  • “Look at Miss Ohio” (Gillian Welch Cover) – Peter Cambor & Jen Tullock
  • “Advanced Falconry” – Mutual Benefit
  • “Cergy-Pontoise” – The Magnetic North
  • “Willin'” – Jackson Browne and Lucius
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Aug 22, 2016

Roadies Episode 7 – Song List

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Episode 7 – Carpet Season:

  • “Nobody Really Cares If You Don’t Go to the Party” – Courtney Barnett
  • “World Spins Madly On” – The Weepies
  • “Lost Verses” (Acoustic) – Sun Kil Moon
  • “Always Something” – Cage the Elephant
  • “Advice on Bears” – Boats
  • “Cary On, Carry On, Carry On” – He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister
  • “Pedestrian at Best” – Courtney Barnett
  • “Hold Me Down” – Halsey (with Machine Gun Kelly)
  • “I Am Not Waiting Anymore” – Field Report
  • “Banditos Eternos” – Derek Poulsen
  • “Blue Mountain” – Derek Poulsen
  • “Ghost” – Halsey (Song of the Day)
  • “Hollow Head/Hollow Heart” – Austin Basham
  • “Outside the Lines” – Mike McCready
  • “The 4:19” – Lewis & Leigh
  • “Lawless Avenue” – Jackson Browne
  • “Feeling OK” – Best Coast
  • “Guilt” – Young Buffalo
  • “Hollow Crown” – Isaac Gracie
  • “Alone” – Trampled by Turtles
  • “Heaven is a Place On Earth” – Cast of Roadies
  • “Make You Mine” – Black Lips

 

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Aug 8, 2016

Sun Kil Moon – Third and Seneca

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Happy Monday. We will be sharing a variety of vinyl news this week so stay tuned. First up is the long awaited Third and Seneca release from Sun Kil Moon.  It will be available on November 25th in both black and gold versions. Check out all the details on the Vinyl Films Records page for Third and Seneca. It’s available for pre-order with your favorite local record store.

 

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Oct 20, 2014

Sun Kil Moon: More Benji Vinyl Soon…

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We have been receiving lots of inquiries about the Vinyl release of Sun Kil Moon’s Benji album. We know that the recent Double LP Blue Vinyl sold out quickly on the Caldo Verde website. So we are pleased to announce that CIMS/Think Indie will be releasing separate Clear and Yellow LP variations and they should be in record stores by the end of July. Thanks for all the interest in Vinyl Films Records latest release.

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Jul 22, 2014

Perils From The Sea

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Vinyl Films Records is pleased to announce the vinyl release of Perils of the Sea. This collaboration between Mark Kozelek and Jimmy LaValle will be available on June 24th. Please check with your local vinyl store and order your copy before they are sold out. You can find more details over at the Perils of the Sea page. Next up for Vinyl Films Records is Sun Kil Moon’s Benji. More on that soon…

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Jun 4, 2014

Coming Soon: New Sun Kil Moon Vinyl

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Happy Holidays everyone! Vinyl Films Records and Caldo Verde Records are pleased to announce two new vinyl releases from Sun Kil Moon. Among the Leaves is the vinyl debut of Sun Kil Moon’s latest (released this past May). Third and Seneca is the vinyl debut of the I’ll Be There EP. More details including track listings are available on their respective vinyl pages on the site. Both releases will be available in late January. More info soon.

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Dec 23, 2012

Mark Kozelek Interview

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As part of the release of Mark Kozelek’s documentary Tour DVD, Cameron sat down for a chat with Mark. Topics include the new DVD, writing songs, interacting with fans on stage, Red House Painters, Almost Famous and much more. You can read the entire interview over at the Sun Kil Moon official site, but here’s a few choice snippets:

Cameron: Kris Kristofferson once said, “I write a sad song when I’m happy, because generally when I’m sad, I’m too sad to write a good song.” Where do you stand on the subject?

Mark: I’m the opposite. When I’m happy, the last thing that I want to do is shut myself away in a room and write. I generally write when I’m feeling down in an attempt to find some peace and contentment.

Cameron: You chose to film in black-and-white — what was the attraction to that?

Mark: That was Josh’s idea. We are both fans of black and white, and it helped a lot on the technical end of things.

Cameron: Are you finding that your older material feels fresh to you again when playing it in a classical style?

Mark: Yes. Nylon strings feel good on my fingers and sound better to my ears, so it makes me want to play the guitar longer and better. But yeah, something like ‘Katy Song’ or ‘Like The River’, I love playing them in the more formal, nylon string style.

Cameron: How do you go about selecting set lists for your shows? Does it depend on the city? The venue? How certain songs are feeling for you that day? Do the set lists change much from show to show, or do you have a similar set for most of a tour?

Mark: What usually happens is that I get on stage with a list of maybe thirty songs to choose from. But as the tour goes along, I add or subtract songs, depending on what I feel is working or not. Some songs are easy to remember, like ‘Carry Me Ohio’, but others, I have to sit down at sound check or in my hotel and re-learn. On one of those tours with Josh, that’s how we got the ‘Lucky Man’ hotel performance. I had completely forgotten it and was re-learning it in my hotel room one day. But seated and standing rooms are different. Sometimes I gauge my sets a little differently depending on the vibe of the crowd, and sometimes I tune my guitar a little lower if my voice is tired.

Cameron: Okay, last last question . . . are you ever going to act in another one of our movies? All our work was in the last century. Can we do some modern dramatic acting sometime soon?

Mark: Yes! I would love to. Give me a role and I’ll knock it out of the park. I promise.

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Aug 26, 2011

Sun Kil Moon – April Vinyl Release

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“From 10-minute, three-guitar jams, to heartbreaking acoustic ballads, April shines with the most evocative music of Kozelek’s career.”- Jonathan Cohen, Billboard

“Mark Kozelek returns with an album of rare warmth and immediacy, where intensely personal lyrics hang on hazily magnificent melodies.”- Aidin Vaziri, San Francisco Chronicle

“April”, the new album from Sun Kil Moon, is Mark Kozelek’s first original record since the acclaimed 2003 Sun Kil Moon debut “Ghosts Of The Great Highway”.

11 songs at almost 74 minutes, “April” is a collection of songs recorded between March and August 2007 in San Francisco (Hyde Street Studios) and Seattle (Well Recording). In the spirit of Sun Kil Moon’s “Ghosts” and “Tiny Cities”, Mark was joined by the same players as before,including drummer Anthony Koutsos (Red House Painters), bassist Geoff Stanfield (Black Lab), violist Michi Aceret, and percussionist David Revelli. “April” also finds Mark in the company of guest vocalists Bonnie Prince Billy, Ben Gibbard, and Eric Pollard (Retribution Gospel Choir).

Limited Edition vinyl of 2000 copies:

  • 1000 copies on black vinyl, available at retail now
  • 500 copies on white vinyl, available exclusively at www.sunkilmoon.com starting May 20th
  • 500 copies on white marbled vinyl, available exclusively at www.auralexploits.com starting June 3rd
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May 12, 2008

David Crosby: Remember My Name Coming Soon!


  • Almost Famous- Starz
  • E-Town- Amazon,Hulu
  • Fast Times- Cinemax
  • Jerry Maguire- Amazon, Hulu
  • Vanilla Sky- Hulu