Red House Painters : Atlanta Variety Playhouse
Mark Kozelek goes from 'Almost Famous' film to almost famous pop star.
Live, their sombre, haunted melodies offer even more of a somnambulist heartbreak, as the band, dimly basked in purple, shimmer and echo as Kozelek's almost Appalachian wail roundly reverberates in the spaces between every living cell in the room without overpowering the sound.
Primarily pulling from 'Old Ramon', though liberally peppered with older songs, such as a new, unreleased number, a Ween cover from and the threat of playing some Skynyrd when somebody who knows about Kozelek's part in Cameron Crowe's 'Almost Famous' yells for
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