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Steve I Always Knew - Mark Eitzel - Lovers Leap USA

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I realize this blows any theoretical cred I might have. Well, this is my second time in the past 24 hours I've mentioned it on AskMe, but Same band but different album Recovering Mwana Rudi Nyumbani Pt.

I - Various - Uvivu Mbaya satellites ; "Miller's Angels. Someone's already mentioned a couple songs off of Rites of Passage but I gotta say that, for me, the saddest song on that album and probably the saddest song the Indigo Girls have ever recorded is their cover of the Dire Straits' "Romeo and Juliet.

Also worth mentioning; The Smithereens' "Blood and Roses. Not for amateur saddoes, you might be able to find "Inverness" which is also highly sad in a less over the top way, and there's some Aimee Mann live version of Steve I Always Knew - Mark Eitzel - Lovers Leap USA out there or something. For depressing Baloon - Various - Жажда Скорости - XXXIV Division, I like "Atmosphere" "Jizzlobber", Faith No More, if your The Hit Girl - Bis - Social Dancing has a strong element of fucked up self-loathing and maybe general loathing.

A really strong element. Painful but with a great cathartic ending. Of course something like "Eleanor Rigby" by the Beatles. Most of the "Another Green World" album is good stuff. Autechre - Yulquen posted by cloeburner at PM on September 21, Adagio for Strings, Op.

Most people probably know it as "the 'Platoon' song. Sarah Brightman's version in particular is just the right song to accompany a cold, rainy day. I know that, translatedit isn't too much of a downer, but my Latin isn't good enough to hum along in the translation, so it still gets me.

Wow, so many good songs there, are we all a bunch of sad-sacks. My personal suggestion is: Lonlier Than This - Steve Earle I never get more than a few bars into the song before tearing up. Trinity Sessions album by the Cowboy Junkies. I'm assuming sad songs are different than depressing songs. Depressing songs are easier to find. Second kyleg's recommendation: "Transatlanticism," by Death Cab for Cutie.

This one gets to me. Actually that album's full of them. Nasty little ditty. Funny, different reactions. I'd go with "Day is Done" from him. Some other suggestions. Steve I Always Knew - Mark Eitzel - Lovers Leap USA can't really back these suggestions of things like Death Cab for Cutie. Again, it's the music that does it for me, not the lyrics, so I might be missing something.

Supposedly The Cardigans have really depressing lyrics behind their pop facade, too. I Wish I was Dead. Someone needs to start a happy cheerful love songs thread after this one's over.

I'll second that. I tend to listen to it when I'm really down precisely for the cathartic effect the original poster was talking about. It's simple but incredibly powerful. I can second that one as well. There's a reason Steve I Always Knew - Mark Eitzel - Lovers Leap USA has a dense history of being performed in times of mourning. Shostakovich's string quartets can be pretty wrenching, especially the last ones and especially Great music frequently gives me chills, but from some combination of that particular day, the music, the performance, the time and place Not depressing, just heartbreaking.

Tom Waits, More than Rain. Lyrics here posted by Meatbomb at AM on September 22, I'm late to the party, but I had to add my all-time favourite for lonely late nights: One World by John Martyn from the album One World The lyrics are simple and beautiful and the music haunting.

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  • Brasida
    Nov 26,  · Lover's Leap USA, an Album by Mark Eitzel. Released in on n/a. Genres: Alternative Rock/5(1).

    23.04.2020 at 09:31 Reply

  • Kajik
    Anyone looking for his usual failed-romantic gloom will find plenty of it on songs like "Sleep," "Bitterness," and "Steve I Always Knew," the latter in a take markedly superior to that on the limited-edition Lover's Leap USA.9/

    01.05.2020 at 10:49 Reply

  • Meztikinos
    the boy with the hammer / bitterness / shine / man with the hole in his foot / make out room / miles / close your mind / come in / steve, i always knew / in god we trust / proclaim your joy /.

    22.04.2020 at 15:32 Reply

  • Araran
    Yes and everybody knew at times she cried But women like Louise they get by Well everybody thought it kind of sad When they found Louise in her room They'd always put her down below their kind Still some cried when she died this afternoon Louise rode home on the mail train Somewhere to the south I heard it said Too bad it ended so ugly.

    25.04.2020 at 08:41 Reply

  • Akinokus
    MARK EITZEL / Steve, I Always Knew / The Invisible Man / Matador. DAVID LAIBMAN / Ragtime Follies / Adventures in Ragtime / Stefan Grossman Guitar Workshop. LOU REED / Walk on the Wild Side / A Rock and Roll Life /.

    01.05.2020 at 15:22 Reply

  • Tojazragore
    MARK EITZEL USHERS IN SPRING out some little-heard gem like "Steve I Always Knew." songs you can hear that Eitzel's still the optimistic fool all us jaded depressive types are damned to.

    02.05.2020 at 12:46 Reply

  • Zulugar
    "Dream In Your Heart" is the 3rd song on Mark Eitzel's 4th album, ’s tour-only CD Lover's Leap USA. Lyrics. See my face below the flood, I've been passed over I don't expect a thing from your love, not even to remember My bitterness wears me like a chain.

    28.04.2020 at 17:48 Reply

  • Arashakar
    lover’s leap usa // self-released // 1. have no words 2. the big house 3. dream in your heart 4. lost my humor 5. how do you face yourself in sleep 6. lost and lonely 7. pay it back 8. leave her alone 9. steve i always knew nice nice nice your continue reading "lover’s leap usa".

    29.04.2020 at 21:29 Reply

  • Dairr
    Down So Long Morose singer/ songwriter Mark Eitzel delivers his best solo record, informed by -- gasp! -- upbeat electronica Mark Eitzel sits at a long table in a conference room, his trademark short-brimmed hat in front of him. "Steve I Always Knew." Stepping out on his own, he's come up with his strongest solo album to date -- a.

    28.04.2020 at 10:09 Reply