Some songs won't leave you alone. Sun Kil Moon's "Carry Me Ohio" is persistent like that. Mark Kozelek lets fly his high-moaned, minor-keyed regrets, singing, "Sorry, I could never love you back," and for more than six minutes, the music slowly pierces your chest like a friend with a pin removing a sliver from your finger. Prodding around inside you, it finds the sentimental, irritable, I'm-broke-and-it's-Valentine's-Day blahs inside your soul. Then it pulls out the pain with a... More >>>