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Mount Eerie Lyrics

Genre: Jazz

Mount Eerie Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Appetite
2 It Wasn't The Hunting
3 You Swan, Go On
4 Flaming Home
5 O My Heart
6 My Burning
7 Blue Light On The Floor
8 Who?
9 Cold Mountain
10 Through The Trees
11 Great Ghosts
12 Don't Smoke
13 Stop Singing
14 See Me
15 Instrumental 2
16 Stone's Ode
17 The Place Lives
18 Log In The Waves
19 ORGANS (Pale Lights)
20 Wind’s Dark Poem
21 Over Dark Water
22 Wind's Dark Poem
23 Goodbye Hope
24 No Inside, No Out
25 Lost Wisdom, Pt. 2
26 Clear Moon
27 Moon Sequel
28 Lost Wisdom
29 ORGANS (the Place Lives)
30 Stone’s Ode
31 Yawning Sky
32 My Heart Is Not At Peace
33 The Hidden Stone
34 I Have Been Told That My Skin Is Exceptionally Smooth
35 Sauna
36 Ocean Roar
37 I Say "No"
38 Wind Speaks
39 Moon, I Already Know
40 Turmoil
41 Pale Lights
42 Where Is My Tarp?
43 Summons
44 With My Hands Out
45 What?
46 Dragon
47 Ancient Times
48 Get Off the Internet
49 Voice in Headphones (Singers)
50 The Mouth Of Sky
51 A Show Of Hands
52 Emptiness
53 Waves
54 In Moonlight (Live)
55 Between Two Mysteries
56 Woolly Mammoth's Mighty Absence
57 Grave Robbers
58 (Something)
59 I Walked Home Beholding
60 Ancient Questions
61 The Air In The Morning
62 Boat
63 The Place Lives (version)
64 (something)
65 I Can't Believe You Actually Died
66 Planets
67 The Place I Live (version)
68 Climb Over
69 Let's Get Out of the Romance
70 Pumpkin
71 World Heaves
72 Domesticated Dog
73 We Squirm
74 Through The Trees pt. 2
75 Spring
76 If We Knew
77 In Moonlight
78 Voice In Headphones
79 (synthesizer)
80 Books
81 House Shape
82 Instrumental 1
83 This
84 The Place I Live
85 Dead Of Night
86 Engel Der Luft (Popol Vuh)
87 Youth
88 Lone Bell

Mount Eerie Bio

Mount Eerie is an Anacortes, Washington-based band fronted by Phil Elverum. Elverum is the principal member of the band, but he has collaborated with many other musicians on his records.

Following the release of The Microphones' Mount Eerie album, Phil Elverum announced that he would no longer use the Microphones moniker, opting instead to record under the name Mount Eerie, after the area in Anacortes, Washington called Mount Erie. In an interview with CITR-FM's Discorder  in September 2003, Elverum gave his reasons for this change: "Mount Eerie is a new project. The Microphones was completed, or at least at a good stopping point. I did it because I am ready for new things. I am new."

Shortly after this announcement, Live in Japan, recorded during three days during Elverum's tour in Japan in 2003, was released by K Records. Despite the fact that the album contained all new material, the album was credited to 'The Microphones'. The quotation marks contained in the release are credited to the fact that Phil Elverum considered this to neither be a Microphones project, nor a Mount Eerie release.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_eerie