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Saturday, July 28th, 2007
8:22 pm
More Famous Than Famous
you can tell an r/b song becomes super hot when a sad indie version is made of it. scott simon did a version of umbrella that kind of doesnt suck:

http://www.myspace.com/scottsimonsmusic

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5:48 pm
Umbrella is now more famous than famous
you can tell an r/b song becomes super hot when a sad indie version is made of it. scott simon did a version of umbrella that kind of doesnt suck:

http://www.myspace.com/scottsimonsmusic

(vis copy, right)
Friday, February 23rd, 2007
4:45 pm
sad bunny even sadder
i have been admitted to the grey nuns hospital, for an indefinte amount of time, for pyschatric issues.
Sunday, June 11th, 2006
3:43 am
54 leftist country songs, a partial response to the NRO
1. DIVORICE Tammy Wynette
2. Down From Dover Dolly Parton
3. Wasteland of the Free Iris Dement
4. Christ For President Woody Gutherie
5. Fancy Bobby Gentry
6. Cowboys Are Secretly, Frequently Fond of Each Other Willie Nelsons Cover
7. Red Rag Top Tim McGraw
8. John Walker Blues Steve Earle
9. I Shall be Released Bob Dylan
10. In the Ghetto Elvis
11. Your Good Girl is Gonna Go Bad Tammy Wynette
12. The Ghosts of American Astronauts The Mekons
13. The Ballad of Ira Hayes Johnny Cash
14. San Quentin Johnny Cash
15. Detroit City Jerry Lee Lewis
16. Puttin’ People on the Moon The Drive By Truckers
17. Take this Job and Shove It Johnny Paycheck
18. Another Day, Another Dollar Wynn Stewart
19. Little Pink Mac Kay Adams
20. Travelin’ Solider Dixie Chicks
21. The Little Lady Preacher Tom T Hall
22. I Love This Bar Toby Keith
23. Jimmie Brown the Newsman Skeeter Davis
24. The Obscenity Prayer Rodney Cowell
25. Countrier Then Thou Robbie Fulks
26. Oil in the Fields Paul Duncan
27. Freedom is a Stranger Scott Miller
28. Love Train Big and Rich
29. Wal Mart Parking Lot Chris Cagle
30. Playboys of the Southwestern World Blake Shelton
31. Iowa Dar Williams
32. Whiskey or God Dale Watson
33. Drugs or Jesus Tim McGraw
34. Small Town Labouring Man George Jones
35. 30 Days in the Hole Gvnt Mule
36. I’m A Long Gone Daddy Hank Williams
37. Born Again in Dixieland Jason McCoy
38. Your Flag… John Prine
39. Big Boned Girl kd lang
40. 6 O Clock News Kathleen Edwards
41. Leaves and Kings Josh Ritter
42. It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels Kitty Wells
43. The Eagle and the Bear Kris Kristofferson
44. Rapid City, South Dakota Kinky Friedman
45. No Depression in Heaven Carter Family
46. Independence Day Martina McBride
47. We Shall be Free
48. Smoking Weed With Willie Toby Keith
49. Look at Miss Ohio Gillian Welch
50. American Dreams Lucinda Williams
51. Missippi Cotton Picking Delta Town Charlie Pride
52. Down on The Rio Grande Jimmy Rodegueiz
53. Another Man Done Gone Oddetta
54. The Bourgeois Blues Ledbetter
Saturday, February 18th, 2006
3:08 am
RA
I know what the party line is, and i follow it most days, Pop is fun, Pop is candy, Pop is nostalgia, dont take pop too seriously, being meta, being over the top. being camp, stripping shit down to its basic bass bump is SOP, and nothing is too stupid to get defenders, cause all of it is a kids game played by grown-ups, and if i want things to be serious, then well go listen to Dylan or something.

Trace Adkins new single is old news, its been on all the message boards, the videos all over CMT, late nite comix have made as many jokers as the bloggers have, and I should be able to just laugh it off. Hony Tonk Badonkadonk, oh look its a booty song, oh look its about women, isnt it "clever". But I keep thinking that it hates women, and its qausi racist, and shit like this goes through, when genuine slippages b/w hip hop and country go unlistened to by anyone who puts their money down.

Even worse, Adkins' last song was called Arlington, the only song abut the iraq war that actually mentions bodies in the ground--and i remind myself that the Black Eyed Peas used to belive in shit.

I want pop to be about something again. Thats horribly naive of me, isnt it ? Thru the stage magic of theory, I have made things about things they weren't--i convinced myself that Jessica Simpson was a pop goddess, and the rise of Crazy Frog was the rise of a new prophet. How long can you mainline sugar before you become a diabetic though? Even Chely Wright's Bumper of my SUV, said something, said something horribly fascisct, and kind of silly, but had an opinon beyond "I like to fuck broads with big asses". I feel like Art Buchwald writing about the beatles here, back in the old day, people had class, and I understand how infectious the song is, but irl arent infections something that we avoid?
Friday, November 18th, 2005
7:30 am
fuckers, go to my real blog, www.pinkmoose.blogspot.com
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