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Mark Kozelek - What's Next To The Moon flac album

Mark Kozelek - What's Next To The Moon flac album Performer: Mark Kozelek
Title: What's Next To The Moon
Style: Acoustic
Released: 2015
Country: US
MP3 album: 1396 mb
FLAC album: 1385 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: MMF TTA XM MIDI MPC DXD AIFF
Genre: Rock

What's Next to the Moon is a solo album by Mark Kozelek, released on January 10, 2001. The album is composed entirely of drastically rearranged acoustic covers of Bon Scott-era AC/DC songs. The album follows the release of his debut solo EP Rock 'n' Roll Singer, which also features three AC/DC covers: "Rock 'n' Roll Singer," "You Ain't Got a Hold on Me," and "Bad Boy Boogie. The versions of "Rock 'n' Roll Singer" and "Bad Boy Boogie" on this album are different from the versions on the EP.

Album by Mark Kozelek. Up to My Neck in You. Love at First Feel. Love Hungry Man. Bad Boy Boogie. What's Next to the Moon. Walk All Over You. You Ain't Got a Hold on Me. If You Want Blood. Rock 'n' Roll Singer. MusicBrainz: What's Next to the Moon. this site: What's Next to the Moon.

You can get here What's Next to the Moon Album Lyrics, Tracklist, Videos, Cover Picture and More. Mark Kozelek If You Want Blood.

Mark Kozelek - all that I admire about music, all that drives me to write songs, all that compels me to not settle for anything less than the truly amazing - is caputered in the beauty that is Mark's music. It was the greatest accident in my life. I am a huge fan of catchy, quiet folk music with insightful lyrics. If you enjoy this album then I strongly recommend that you check out the following: 1) Ghosts Of The Great Highway by Sun Kil Moon. 2) Kings Avenue Joe Kile. Mark Kozelek has been putting out great music for a long time, from the early Red House Painters' output all the way to his recent "Ghosts of the Great Highway" under his new band's banner, Sun Kil Moon. This effort is one of two solo albums he recorded after RHP disbanded, and probably the quirkiest and most ambitious of both albums.

LyricsWhat's Next to the Moon. Written by: Young angus mckinnon. Tied my baby to the railroad track Train rolling down the line Givin' that woman just one more chance

Singer/Songwriter Mark Kozelek has released albums as Red House Painters, Sun Kil Moon, and under his own name, as well as collaborations with Justin Broadrick (Godflesh) and drummer Jim White (Dirty Three). His latest, I Also Want To Die In New Orleans comes out digitally March 1 and on CD April 12 on Caldo Verde Records. I must love it because I’m still here, listening to the windows shake on this windy night in San Francisco. Josh: Someone once told me we should only eat what we ourselves would be willing to kill. I’ve been unable to escape the contradiction. I eat cow, but could never kill a cow. I try to eat turkey burgers instead of hamburgers, but have been unable to give up steak.

Kozelek expanded on this idea in 2001, releasing a full-length album composed solely of AC/DC covers titled What's Next to the Moon. These new arrangements sounded so unlike the originals that a KCRW radio executive insisted that the title track was a Leonard Cohen song. This was not the first time Kozelek had drastically re-arranged others' material to his own ends. With Red House Painters, he had previously done similar reconstructions with Simon & Garfunkel's "I Am a Rock," The Cars' "All Mixed Up," Kiss's "Shock Me," Yes's.

Mark Kozelek’s last album under his Sun Kill Moon moniker was 2014’s Benji. The musician was in the headlines recently over his feud with The War On Drugs‘ Adam Granduciel after Kozelek dismissed the latter’s music as beer commercial lead guitar shit and posted two songs online entitled ‘War On Drugs: Suck My Cock’ and ‘Adam Granofsky Blues’. Visit our dedicated features section, with plenty of our best long pieces archived there.

From the CD What's Next To The Moon. Mark Kozelek & Rachel Goswell - Around & Around (John Denver)vjwalleum. Taken from Mark Kozelek's 2018 album 'Mark Kozelek' Mark Kozelek, Sun Kil Moon - My Love For You Is Undying. Mark Kozelek & Jimmy Lavelle - ceiling gazingBabes Papes.

Tracklist

A1 Up To My Neck In You
A2 Love At First Feel
A3 Love Hungry Man
A4 Bad Boy Boogie
A5 What's Next To The Moon
B1 Walk All Over You
B2 You Ain't Got A Hold On Me
B3 If You Want Blood
B4 Riff Raff
B5 Rock 'N' Roll Singer

Credits

  • Arranged By – Mark Kozelek
  • Design – Mike Prosenko
  • Mastered By – John Golden
  • Photography By – Nyree Watts
  • Producer – Mark Kozelek
  • Recorded By – Dylan Magierek
  • Written-By – Young*, Scott*, Young*

Notes

Record Store Day 2015 release limited to 1700 copies; first ever vinyl pressing of 2001 release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 709363699011

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BRCD990 Mark Kozelek What's Next To The Moon ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Badman Recording Co. BRCD990 US 2001


Comments: (5)
jorik
Really beautiful LP. Every Koz fan should own this. They all sound like originals of his, and the guitar playing, vocals, and production are beautiful. Five stars.
Mohn
Ugh it begins. This is a great little album but it's half an hour and people are going to be asking for $60-$80 dollars for it?! Record Store Day is brutal thanks to all the greedy mooks that ruin the spirit of it.
Valawye
I'm almost 50 and have been collecting since the late 70's and if I wasn't so vested in my analog rig setup, id only buy CD or SACDs and hirez downloads. Every new or recent reissue on vinyl is normally a 24/96 rip mastered for wax anyway. I think only rich musicians record in pure analog these days-- like Grohl or Jack White.
Riavay
I picked up a used 2015 version for $15 at local shop. You could play any album Kozelek sings and it's still difficult for me to tell any difference from the musical arrangements. He is a fine lyricist, but Issac Brock (he at least tries) he is not-- I think he'd get lost if he tried to make or produce an album with over 15 channels.
Ramsey`s
I bought the vinyl just to have in my personal archives, I've owned the cd since it came out in 2001