Dawn

by Mount Eerie

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Kevin Olson
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Kevin Olson I'll be scouring this hallowed ground for years and years to come. Dawn gave voice to my fleeting heart. Favorite track: Wooly Mammoth's Mighty Absence.
glenrobinson
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glenrobinson I love this album for the same reason I love drawings. Sometimes a guitar and voice are all you need to get to the heart of the matter. It was a beautiful ghost who introduced me to Mount Eerie. A ghost that haunts me still. Favorite track: Great Ghosts.
Aslak Hauglid
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Aslak Hauglid Phil Elverum knows where to find game, mushrooms and fresh water. Favorite track: My Burning.
Clem McCulloch
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Clem McCulloch One of the more personal Mount Eerie records. It's almost uncomfortably personal, actually. As if you've intruded on Phil singing softly to a pram. As he turns, grinning, you see the pram contains only a tin bucket with a face scrawled on. Favorite track: Wooly Mammoth's Mighty Absence.
Nostro
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Nostro Intimate, melancholic, disparate vocals...a great release. Highly recommended, for those into such low-fi sounds. Favorite track: With My Hands Out.
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This is music that accompanies the book called Dawn by Phil Elverum, published by Buenaventura Press in late 2008. The book comes with a CD of this album, plus photos, many pages of words, fancy binding, etc.
Buy a copy here:
www.pwelverumandsun.com/store

Dawn is out of print in vinyl form.

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released November 1, 2008

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