C.O. and no mo'! Okay, that was lame, but this is solo Oberst from 'The Soundtrack to My Movie.'
This jam is from the recently reunited Desaparecidos and their album 'Read Music/Speak Spanish.'
More heaviness via Desaparecidos from 'The Happiest Place On Earth.'
Bright Eyes! The group and its leader have always been pretty politically active, with this tune arriving on 'Lifted or the Story Is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground.'
Again, more politically (and socially!) charged Bright Eyes. You'll find "We Are Free Men" on 'There Is No Beginning To The Story.'
Can't get enough Desaparecidos on this one! "Hole in One" is found on 'Read Music/Speak Spanish.'
Conor Oberst by himself! "Air Mattress" is from the album 'Outer South.'
The great Omaha as imagined by Desaparecidos on 'Read Music/Speak Spanish.'
This is Oberst on his lonesome, from the album 'One Of My Kind.' Fitting.
The violent title might've thrown you off, but this is definitely from Bright Eyes' 'Cassadaga.'
Experimental Bright Eyes are the best Bright Eyes. This is from 'Digital Ash in a Digital Urn.'
This title couldn't sound more Bright Eyes-like if it tried, but it's definitely from Conor Oberst's solo 'Here's To Special Treatment.'
Oberst and his super-group Monsters of Folk are responsible for this one.
This is classic Bright Eyes, one of Oberst's most heartwarming tunes from 'I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning.'
More Monsters of Folk!