A retrospective journey through the ever-evolving world of Will Oldham – spanning the lo-fi, acoustic Palace recordings of the early 90s, to the polished country/folk of the very prolific Bonnie “Prince” Billy.

Palace :: A Retrospective
Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy :: A Retrospective

Idle Hands are the Devil’s Playthings
New Partner
Agnes, Queen of Sorrow
I Send My Love To You
Ode #2
O Lord Are You In Need?
The Brute Choir
The Gator
Open Your Heart
I Am Still What I Meant To Be
Ode #3
I Am A Cinematographer
We All, Us Three, Will Ride

A Minor Place
One With The Birds
I See A Darkness
May It Always Be
A King At Night
Just To See My Holly Home
Raining In Darling
Rich Wife Full Of Happiness
Ohio River Boat Song
No More Workhorse Blues
The Way
Easy Does It
You Don’t Love Me
I Don’t Belong To Anyone
Hard Life
I Am Goodbye
I Called You Back

7 Responses to “Palace / Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy :: A Retrospective”

  1. Hey, beautiful.
    Don’t know if you read French, but here’s how I lived with Will’s music, plus a mix quite complementary to yours (though the superb last BPB’s LP is missing):

  2. thank you

  3. ah, PALACE. my 90s.

  4. no death to everyone?

  5. Thanks! Thanks! Thanks!

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