Elliott Smith | An Introduction to Elliott Smith

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An Introduction to Elliott Smith

by Elliott Smith

An introduction to one of the greatest songwriters of our era. We hope this will enable new generations to learn about Elliott's music by providing a pathway for people to delve more deeply into his immensely satisfying catalog.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Ballad of Big Nothing
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2. Waltz, No. 2 (Xo)
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3. Pictures of Me
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4. The Biggest Lie
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5. Alameda
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6. Between the Bars
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7. Needle in the Hay
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8. Last Call
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9. Angeles
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10. Twilight
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11. Pretty (Ugly Before)
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12. Angel in the Snow
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13. Miss Misery (Early Version)
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14. Happiness (Single Version)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is a collection from all seven of his studio albums.
"As is the way with these sorts of things, An Introduction To... will also invite the more familiar listener to play a game of soft scrutiny and reflection on what may or may not be a few sins of omission, but of course that's not really the point. The point is that there are lots of people who haven't yet had the occasion to discover Elliott Smith, and ultimately this gives them a chance to scratch away at the bittersweet reality of his work, at how conflicted he sounded, at how bitterly unresolved his career remains, and how every single song still somehow feels like both a confection and a dagger." - Mark Pytlik

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