Smith, Elliott: An Introduction To Elliott Smith

SKU: 15279446
Elliott Smith: An Introduction To Elliott Smith

Smith, Elliott: An Introduction To Elliott Smith

SKU: 15279446

Format: CD

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Title: An Introduction To Elliott Smith
Artist: Smith, Elliott
Label: Kill Rock Stars
UPC: 759656054126
Genre: Rock

Seven years after his untimely death, the brilliant Portland singer/songwriter is being honored by his former label, Kill Rock Stars. The album features 14 tracks compiled from all 7 of Elliott Smith's albums (including his albums on Geffen and Domino): 'Roman Candle', 'Elliott Smith', 'Either/Or', 'XO', 'Figure 8', 'From a Basement on the Hill', and 'New Moon'. 'An Introduction to...' is, as the title suggests, intended as an introduction to one of the greatest songwriters of our era. Elliot rose to semi-mainstream success in 1997, when director Gus Van Sant used some of his songs in the film 'Good Will Hunting'. One of those, "Miss Misery, " went on to earn an Academy Award nomination for Best Song in a Motion Picture. Elliott performed "Miss Misery" on the Academy Awards telecast March 23, 1998. In that same year his cover of the Beatles "Because" was the end-credit song for the Academy Award winning film American Beauty.

1.1 Ballad of Big Nothing
1.2 Waltz No. 2
1.3 Pictures of Me
1.4 The Biggest Lie
1.5 Alameda
1.6 Between the Bars
1.7 Needle in the Hay
1.8 Last Call
1.9 Angles
1.10 Twilight
1.11 (Ugly Before)
1.12 Angel in the Snow
1.13 Miss Misery [Version]
1.14 Happiness [Single Version] [Version]

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