The Ghost Of Portland Past: Remembering Elliott Smith

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  1. 274. Christian Lee Hutson on Elliott Smith ‘XO’ (1998) — Mr Jeremy Dylan

    LA singer/songwriter

    Christian Lee Hutson

    joins me to talk about

    Elliott Smith ‘s classic 1998 album XO. We chat about how XO was Elliott’s first album produced with a major label, retrospective listening and how many fans have hunted for hidden messages in the album’s lyrics post Elliott’s suici

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  2. Elliott Smith: Fuji Rock 7/28/2000

    Elliott Smith LIVE 7/28/2000 Fuji Rock @ Naeba Ski Resort, Niigata, Japan

    When I was working on the documentary "Elliott Smith: Heaven Adores You", many friends and fans were gracious enough to share their keepsakes with us - memories, videos, pictures and etc. During the production, one of Elliott’s close friends and collaborators gave us an old VHS tape that had a performance that they had acquired and kept for a keepsake. I had it transferred from VHS tape and digitized for potential inclusion in the Heaven Adores You project, but it never made the final cut. With the blessing of the tape owner I am uploading the full performance here. This seems to be previously unreleased footage. I hope you enjoy it.


    • Ballad of Big Nothing
    • Independence Day
    • Junk Bond Trader
    • Son of Sam
    • Everything Means Nothing to Me
    • Amity
    • Stupidity Tries
    • Mr. Good Morning
    • Sweet Adeline
    • In the Lost & Found
    • LA
    • A Question Mark
    • Can’t Make a Sound
    • Bled White
    • Color Bars
    • Cupid’s Trick
    • 2:45 AM

    The band with Elliott is: Scott McPherson on drums, Sam Coomes on bass, and Aaron Embry on keys and additional guitar.

    Original video:
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  3. The J Files: Elliott Smith - The J Files - Double J

    Elliott Smith was one of the great songwriters of the late 20th Century. That he received such well-deserved mainstream recognition of his talent through breakthrough songs like ‘Between The Bars’ and ‘Miss Misery’ and albums XO and Figure 8 feels like some justice. But that he left us so early in his life and career remains as heartbreaking as the saddest of his songs.

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  4. Elliott Smith interview by Barney Hoskyns

    1998-04-30: Elliott Smith interview by Barney Hoskyns Full audio from which the PBS-animated “blank on blank” was created.

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  5. Elliott Smith Miss MIsery

    Elliott Smith’s Miss Misery Directors cut with no Good Will Hunting stuff. Directed by Ross Harris

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  6. Lucky Three: An Elliott Smith Portrait by Jem Cohen

    A short film directed by Jem Cohen featuring Elliott Smith performing Baby Britain, Between The Bars, Thirteen (Big Star) and Angeles.

    "A cross between a video and a documentary, but actually being neither of the two." - Elliott Smith

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  7. TomahawkNation Podcast: QB talk and did injuries make spring a waste?

    April 17th, 2015 Ingram Smith and Bud Elliott return to talk FSU football.

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  8. Elliott Smith on Freaks | Blank on Blank

    A lot of people are kind of depressed. I’m happy some of the time, and some of the time I’m not." - Elliott Smith in 1998, as told to Barney Hoskyns

    We came across a really lost special tape for this episode of Blank on Blank: Elliott Smith interviewed in 1998 by Barney Hoskyns. It’s a little eerie hearing him now more than 10 years after his death, but it’s also kind of soothing to hear his signature comfort and discomfort bubbling beneath the surface. It’s kind of like his timeless collection of music. Smith died under mysterious circumstances in 2003 at the age of 34.

    In this animated film Elliott Smith talks about feeling like a freak in high school, how he initially didn’t feel confident singing in the style that became his signature voice, what he said when people compared him to Paul Simon, writing about people with addictions, the internal chaos that people face, and how his music isn’t happy or sad. "I couldn’t say what it is"

    Enjoy, everybody. RIP, Elliott.


    "There’s a bunch of Elvis Costello records that made all the difference between feeling like a total freak and feeling like … only a freak. A freak among other freaks" "I’ve been doing four-track songs by myself since I was like a teenager, where I’d sing …

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  9. Who Shot Ya? Episode 14: Bad Movies and The Disaster Artist with Elliott Kalan | Maximum Fun


    Who Shot Ya?


    Ricky Carmona


    April Wolfe


    Alonso Duralde


    Elliott Kalan

    Oh hai, everyone! In light of the release of The Disaster Artist, this week the gang is talking about bad movies. You know, the movies that are so terrible, but so enjoyable to watch. And who better to have on the show than bad movie expert and host of , Elliott Kalan. The crew discusses their thoughts on The Disaster Artist AND the original masterpiece, The Room. Plus, Elliott opens up about the true beauty of horrible cinema. And, as always, the gang tries their best to Stump Alonso! This time Elliott provides the question, and it is a doozy.

    In news, John Oliver goes after Dustin Hoffman, RedBox releases their list of top rentals, Hallmark has huge ratings, Disney removes Frozen short from theaters, and Bryan Singer is


    Weekly Movie Recommendations:

    April - Icarus

    Alonso - The Lonely Lady

    Elliott - Popatopolis

    Ricky - Summer of Sam

    With Alonso Duralde,

    April Wolfe, Elliott Kalan, and Ricky Carmona.

    You can let us know what you think of Who Shot Ya? at @WhoShotYaPod on Twitter. Or email us at

    Produced by Casey O’Brien and Laura Swisher for

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  10. My Favourite Elliott Smith Song / John Roderick

    An episode by My Favourite Elliott Smith Song

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