Admiral Fell Promises Lyrics. Come out from the burning fire, butterfly Let me lock you in my room and keep you for a while Could you be the answer to my every prayer? Could you be the one for who I care? Come into my arms and let your worries die Come out from the web of all your tangled lies But be true to me and I'll be true to you Judge me not for what I've done but what I'll do. A million nights have led To this one that we are spending And I know it's better here Than anywhere I've been going With every morning grew A void more wide and endless . 5. You Are My Sun. 6. Admiral Fell Promises. 8. Australian Winter. 9. Church of the Pines.
April is the third studio album by American folk rock band Sun Kil Moon, released in the US on April 1, 2008 through Caldo Verde Records, and on April 18, 2008 in Japan via P-Vine Records. The album was recorded at Hyde Street Studios in San Francisco and Well Recording in Seattle during a seven-month stretch from spring to late summer in 2007. The album was produced and written by Mark Kozelek. Will Oldham, Ben Gibbard and Eric Pollard lend their backing vocals throughout the album.
There’s always something that triggers an album and sets it in a direction. Reading a John Connolly book in an old house in California inspired Among the Leaves. A text between Jimmy LaValle and I sparked Perils from The Sea.
This is Mark Kozelek and Sun Kil Moon’s nylon-string guitar album. Taking its inspiration from the mood of classical albums from Segovia, Liona Boyd and Julian Bream, Admiral Fell Promises explores Kozelek’s years of touring with songs that touch on the places he has repeatedly visited. Like all Kozelek material - as Red House Painters, solo, or Sun Kil Moon - the songs explore the emotions behind the settings. Kozelek isn’t a tour guide but a poet putting his personal experiences and impressions to music.
Band Name Sun Kil Moon. Album Name Admiral Fell Promises. Released date 13 July 2010. Labels Caldo Verde Records. Music StyleFolk Rock. Members owning this album1. 2. Half Moon Bay. 3. Sam Wong Hotel. Other productions from Sun Kil Moon.
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Admiral Fell Promises is the fourth full-length by Mark Kozelek's alter ego Sun Kil Moon - the name he's used since 2003. All of his records, whether they be full-band outings or completely solo like this one, carry his signature warm, slow, nocturnal vocal delivery, lending his songs an unhurried, often melancholy feel, even when he exercises his wry and ready sense of humor. Admiral Fell Promises features Kozelek accompanied only by a fingerpicked, nylon-string Spanish guitar and his voice. Admiral Fell Promises is the simplest Sun Kil Moon album in terms of production and presentation, but the richest in terms of structural complexity, and poetic and emotional power. The vinyl version includes liner notes and two bonus tracks recorded live in St. Malo, France.
However, by Sun Kil Moon and Red House Painters’ standards, many of Admiral Fell Promises’s highlights are subpar; you won’t find anything as anthemic as the final distorted chord sequence of April’s epic Lost Verses or any moment as emotionally aching as the resonating piano chords to the second version of Mistress on Red House Painters’ classic album, Rollercoaster. Guitar playing aside, Kozelek’s songwriting sounds largely uninspired without many notable highlights this time out; which, as any fan would agree, is highly unusual for any of the songwriter’s work and, as a result, is very. The premise for the album is a dream come true for fans in many aspects, but unfortunately Kozelek just isn’t able to give us a great collection of songs.