Sunset Retirement Community

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"Sunset Retirement Community"
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Acuarela Songs cover
Song by Mark Eitzel from the album Acuarela Songs
Released 2001
Format 2-CD
Length 2:09
Label Acuarela Discos
Writer(s) Mark Eitzel
Producer(s) Mark Eitzel
Acuarela Songs track listing

Disc 1:

  1. "You're Open Housing" - Amon Belhom Duo
  2. "Krazy Koz" - Mojave 3
  3. "I Row Across A Japanese Watercolor" - Aroah
  4. "The Colour Of Water" - Dakota Suite
  5. "Threads Of Carbon In Watercolour" - Knife In The Water
  6. "From Where I Sit On The Bridge Or The Water Is Waiting" - Diana Darby
  7. "The Waves" - Greg Weeks
  8. "Watercolor Rose" - Doug Hoekstra
  9. "Henshaw" - Early Day Miners
  10. "Lilac" - Empty House Cooperative
  11. "Water Colored" - Howe Gelb
  12. "Neptune" - Magic 12
  13. "John King's Watercolor Bicycle" - M. Ward
  14. "Water Fills The Bedroom" - Tracker
  15. "Sunset Retirement Community" - Mark Eitzel
  16. "The Year That Got Away (Watercolor, 2000)" - TW Walsh

Disc 2:

  1. "North School Drive" - The Clientele
  2. "Watercolor..." - Paloma
  3. "Watercolor Lines" - Paula Frazer
  4. "Colouring Iris" - Sodastream
  5. "Never Like Graffiti" - Emak Bakia
  6. "Painter Blue" - Willard Grant Conspiracy
  7. "Atrevete A Quererme" - Viva las Vegas
  8. "Water Color" - Virgil Shaw
  9. "La Source" - Vera Clouzot
  10. "Fireworks" - The Court and Spark
  11. "La Ley Del Feriante" - Nacho Vegas
  12. "Saigon Shrunken Panorama" - The Mountain Goats
  13. "High Wire" - Tara Jane O'Neill
  14. "Missed Holidays (An Exchange For A Watercolor)" - Norfolk & Western
  15. "Camelot" - Sarah White
  16. "Water's Colored" - For Stars

"Sunset Retirement Community" is a mostly instrumental song from Mark Eitzel that appears as the 15th song on the 1st disc of the 2-disc Acuarela Songs compilation, released by Spain's Acuarela Discos label in 2001. All tracks commissioned for this compilation had the theme of watercolors. The song is another in the line of Eitzel's stint of writing fake commercials, the only other of which has been released being "Welcome To Whitehall".

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