Eels - The Cautionary Tales Of Mark Oliver Everett (2014) {E Works Records EWORKS1147CD}

Eels - The Cautionary Tales Of Mark Oliver Everett (2014) {E Works Records EWORKS1147CD}
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Rock / Indie Rock

It's not like Mark Oliver Everett (hereafter known as E) hasn't dealt with these themes before. His whole recording career, most of it done under the Eels moniker, has been full of brilliantly crafted pop songs that tour death, terminal illness, regrets, lost dear ones, a veiled belief in better days and times overlaid by thick angst, and now and then, actual bursts of bouncing joy and humor. So there's nothing really new thematically on the 11th Eels album, The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett, and even its sparse, stripped-down, and lightly orchestrated acoustic folk feel is something E has often visited. He turned 50 while writing these songs, so maybe that has something to do with the heavy and regretful tone that washes through these rather muted, weary, and almost whispered musings, few of which even rise to the tempo of a slow shuffle.
Eels - Royal Albert Hall (2015) [2CD with DVD5 NTSC] {E Works-[PIAS] EWORKS1149DVD}

Eels - Royal Albert Hall (2015) [2CD with DVD5 NTSC] {E Works-[PIAS] EWORKS1149DVD}
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Rock / Adult Alternative / Post-Grunge / Alternative / Indie

In 2014, Mark Oliver Everett received "the freedom of the City of London" (in essence, a key to the city) the same week as his band Eels performed and recorded this set at the Royal Albert Hall. There's a bit of irony here: four years earlier, he was arrested as a suspected terrorist while strolling through Hyde Park. The raucous Eels of Wonderful, Glorious is not the band that showed up for this concert (which is also captured so handsomely on video for inclusion in the package). This version of the band is in suits, not track wear. Everett is mostly at the piano. The Eels introduce the show with brief, lilting versions of "Where I'm At," Disney's "When You Wish Upon a Star" from Pinocchio, "The Morning," and "Parallels" before Everett greets the audience with a wry, humorous monologue.

Eels - Tomorrow Morning (Limited Edition) (2010)  Music

Posted by pgf000 at Aug. 24, 2010
Eels - Tomorrow Morning (Limited Edition) (2010)

Eels - Tomorrow Morning (Limited Edition) (2010)
XLD | FLAC (Tracks + log) | no covers | 57:27 | 324 MB
Alternative/Indie rock/Lo-Fi

Tomorrow Morning is a 2010 studio album by Eels—the third in a trilogy of concept albums including Hombre Lobo (2009) and End Times (2010).[2] The band will tour for the album for the first time since their 2008 An Evening with Eels tour. The album has been released on Compact Disc, a two-CD edition with a bonus EP, and a vinyl edition with the EP and a bonus 7" single. The vinyl edition was released on August 17, 2010, and the CD versions follow on August 24.