6 Songs, 28 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Issued eight months after the full-length Love, Cowboy Worship features four of its songs in alternate versions that expand the range of Damon McMahon’s initial project. Though a quick follow-up compared to Love’s elongated process, this EP isn't a toss-off. Harvey Milk’s Stephen Tanner joins forces to recast “Green Eyes (Music Blues).” But it’s performances of “Song to the Siren” (the Tim Buckley song that many heard for the first time by This Mortal Coil) and Through Donkey Jaw’s “Lezzy Head (Burial),” with assistance from Jordi Wheeler and Parker Kindred, that linger as mesmerizing highlights.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Issued eight months after the full-length Love, Cowboy Worship features four of its songs in alternate versions that expand the range of Damon McMahon’s initial project. Though a quick follow-up compared to Love’s elongated process, this EP isn't a toss-off. Harvey Milk’s Stephen Tanner joins forces to recast “Green Eyes (Music Blues).” But it’s performances of “Song to the Siren” (the Tim Buckley song that many heard for the first time by This Mortal Coil) and Through Donkey Jaw’s “Lezzy Head (Burial),” with assistance from Jordi Wheeler and Parker Kindred, that linger as mesmerizing highlights.

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