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Colin Meloy – We Both Go Down Together

On April 8, Kill Rock Stars will release Colin Meloy Sings Live! – a 14-song set documenting The Decemberists’ lead singer/songwriter’s 2006 solo tour. Of the 13 Meloy originals, two are previously unreleased compositions: “Dracula’s Daughter” and “Wonder.” MP3: Colin Meloy – “We Both Go Down Together” Previously: Colin Meloy: Sister I’m a Poet (a … Continue reading Colin Meloy – We Both Go Down Together

The Voice vs. The Decemberists

Taynted Love by Chris Ott, who apparently doesn’t appreciate Colin Meloy: “In the past, the Decemberists’ 17th-century laments were merely soaked in solecism—coy cunning from a clever aesthete with a woodcut fetish who’d seen Rushmore too many times. But Meloy is increasingly emboldened by success, becoming more and more literal. You get the sense he … Continue reading The Voice vs. The Decemberists

Colin Meloy: Sister I’m a Poet

Performing encyclopedic anthems...In front of what may have been the most respectful crowd ever assembled for an acoustic show, Decemberists leader Colin Meloy delivered an entertaining set that was equal parts humor and humility.