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  1. Kazirr Reply
    An Introduction to Elliott Smith () is a Compilation album by Elliott Smith. Genres: Indie Pop, Indie Folk. Songs: Ballad of Big Nothing, Waltz #2 (XO), Pictures of Me, The Biggest Lie, Alameda.
  2. Samuzuru Reply
    Product Description. release, a tribute to late singer/songwriter Elliott Smith. Say Yes! A Tribute To Elliott Smith features some of indie music's most beloved artists covering Elliott's music, and with the exception of Juliana Hatfield's cover of "Needle In The Hay" that appeared on American Laundromat's Wes Anderson tribute, all songs are brand new covers exclusive to the tribute/5(9).
  3. Malar Reply
    A Tribute to Elliott Smith for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Watch the video for Ballad of Big Nothing from Julien Baker's Say Yes! Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube.
  4. Votaxe Reply
    This compilation from Portland artist kicks ass. The new spin on Elliott's already awesome songs just makes them even better. In a way it gives Elliott's songs new life, as well as exposing new artists and the gifts their talents bring to this tribute of one of the most talented Portland artists of all, Elliott Smith, whose spark went out too soon/5(14).
  5. Brar Reply
    An Introduction to Elliott Smith by Elliott Smith, released 05 November 1. Ballad Of Big Nothing 2. Waltz #2 (XO) 3. Pictures Of Me 4. The Biggest Lie 5. Alameda 6. Between The Bars 7. Needle In The Hay 8. Last Call 9. Angeles Twilight Pretty (Ugly Before) Angel In The Snow Miss Misery (Early Version) Happiness (Single Version) For those looking to discover Elliott.
  6. Ditaxe Reply
    Two years after Elliott Smith's tragic death comes a new tribute CD featuring artists from Portland performing some of his best work. The album includes tracks by The Decemberists, Sexton Blake and.
  7. Turisar Reply
    Do you like the product? If so, just tell it to your friends! Tracklist. CD 1.
  8. Mikabar Reply
    Oct 13,  · The compilation’s most rewarding covers come from gut-wrenching performances of “Ballad of Big Nothing” and “No Name #3” by Julien Baker .