New Elliott Smith album on the way

The record features a whopping 24 tracks

A double CD to commemorate the music of introspective singer songwriter Elliott Smith will be released on May 8.

The album, which will feature 24 of his songs recorded between 1995 and 1997, will be entitled ‘New Moon’.

A large amount of proceeds from sales of New Moon will go to Outside In, a Portland based organisation looking after homeless youths.

Smith was found dead in 2003 of an apparently self-inflicted stab wound to the heart.

The tracklisting for the album is:

Disc 1

‘Angel In The Snow’

‘High Times’

‘New Monkey’

‘Looking Over My Shoulder’

‘Going Nowhere’

‘Riot Coming’

‘All Cleaned Out’

‘First Timer’

‘Go By’

‘Miss Misery (early version)’


Disc 2

‘Talking To Mary’

‘Georgia Georgia’

‘Whatever (Folk Song in C)’

‘Big Decision’


‘New Disaster’

‘Seen How Things Are Hard’

‘Fear City’


‘Pretty Mary K (other version)’

‘Almost Over’

‘See You Later’

‘Half Right’