Mount Eerie - White Stag mp3
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Recorded under Portland, Oregon in the spring of 2009.
Comes folded in a poster with lyrics and explanation.
White Stag is an album released by Phil Elverum under the name Mount Eerie, on May 2, 2009. The album centers around the building of the same name where Eleverum recorded the album and briefly lived. Writer Matthew Stadler, who led public programming and the Publication Studio at White Stag was the one who conceived of the project and subsequently contacted Elverum. Stadler's only stipulation was that the project be directly related to building. Elverum recorded the album during a week long residency. Mount Eerie. White Stag. The Orchard Music от лица компании P. Elverum & Sun. Matt Elliott - Drinking Songs Stag by Mount Eerie, released 02 May 2009 1. calling 2. Origin 3. basement instrumental 4. Mud Grave 5. Sighing 6. summoning 7. Quiet Echoes 8. Hunting 9. 3rd floor instrumental 10. Wasted Wealth Songs recorded inside an old building in Portland, Ore. on a 4 track, walking around with long extension cords, trying to summon an imagined mystical origin from the hidden mud, doubting, cursing. Альбом 2009 Песен: 10. Album Name White Stag. Type Album. Released date May 2009. Labels PW Elverum And Sun. Music StyleFolk Rock. Members owning this album0. Other productions from Mount Eerie. Live in Bloomington September 30th, 2011. White Stag, 2009. Calling, 00:31. Origin, 02:08. White Stag is a music album by Mount Eerie released in 2009. White Stag is ranked 48,965th in the overall chart, 10,952nd in the 2000s, and 1,206th in the year 2009. White Stag by Mount Eerie Year: 2009 Release date: 2009-05-02 Overall rank: 48,965th. Average Rating: 72100 from 4 votes. Released May 2, 2009. White Stag Tracklist. calling Lyrics. From March 30th to April 4th 2009, at the invitation of Matthew Stadler and his Publication Studio organization, I lived in the so called White Stag Building in the middle of Portland, Oregon. The building sat on the old mud where Portland began, pretty much, and currently belonged to the University of Oregon and had a long history of various occupants