Kurt Vile ‎– God Is Saying This To You...

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Mexican Summer ‎– MEX 012
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Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Numbered, Repress, Crimson
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A1 Untitled
A2 My Sympathy 2:31
A3 Red Apples
Bongos [Mini-bongos] – Luke Vile
4:18
A4 Beach On The Moon (Recycled Lyrics) 4:21
A5 Can't Come 1:33
A6 Overnite KV 1:17
B1 Untitled
B2 My Best Friends (Don't Even Pass This)
Recorded By – A. Granduciel*
4:37
B3 White Riffs
Acoustic Guitar – ag*
0:48
B4 Song For John In D
Double Bass [Bowed Upright Bass] – Jay GanasRecorded By – Dave Park (2)
3:38
B5 Doctor Orgatron
Guitar, Drum Programming, Producer – Rob Laakso
1:37
B6 Frip Job 1:09

Credits

  • Mixed By [Additional Mixing On Some Tracks]ag*, Jeff Zeigler
  • Photography – Sore Eros
  • Written-By, PerformerKurt Vile

Notes

• Second pressing on crimson-red vinyl.
• Limited Edition of 500 hand-numbered copies.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MEX 012 Kurt Vile God Is Saying This To You...(LP, Album, Ltd, Num) Mexican Summer MEX 012 US 2009 Sell This Version
MEX 012 Kurt Vile God Is Saying This To You...(LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RP, 180) Mexican Summer MEX 012 US 2010 Sell This Version
MEX012, Kurt Vile God Is Saying This To You...(LP, Ltd + Cass, Album) Mexican Summer, Kemado Records MEX012, US 2010 Sell This Version
MEX012 Kurt Vile God Is Saying This To You(CDr, Album, Promo) Mexican Summer MEX012 US 2009 Sell This Version
MEX 012 Kurt Vile God Is Saying This To You...(LP, Album, Ltd, RP, 180) Mexican Summer MEX 012 US 2010 Sell This Version

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streetmouse

streetmouse

December 20, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
If anything, Kurt Vile’s God Is Saying This To You ... will instantly spark memories of the godfather of low-fi, John Fahey, and though more than half of Kurt’s tracks contain lyrics, they still move as if riding on a gentle ethereal breeze, where you’re barely conscious of them. Most of the tracks were originally found on Vile’s early CD-R’s, those sold and given out at shows, while other tracks have morphed into all together different songs, and released on later works, and all certainly prior to his Constant Hitmaker release of 2008.

On a side note, the songs feature Adam Granduciel, another Philadelphia musician who later went on to form the breathtaking band War On Drugs. In 2009, Mexican Summer released this record as a limited edition of 500 on splatter red and brown vinyl, and then again in 2010 they ushered out another limited edition of 1000 on black vinyl ... so no matter how you discover it, it’s a gently handled creation of quiet longing, and dreamy passion.

Nice production and quality sounding vinyl.

Review by Jenell Kesler