October 07, 2003
MP3's Of The Week

I've added a new feature to largehearted boy: interesting, yet odd songs that often have a tangible relationship to me. This week there are two:

"St. Swithen's Day" - Ben Gibbard. Originally released by British songsmith Billy Bragg, this song is given a warm solo treatment by Death Cab For Cutie and Postal Service frontman Ben Gibbard in a Seattle 2002 performance.

"Dooley's Junkyard Dawgs" - James Brown. The godfather of soul shouts and grunts his love for Georgia football (4-1 at the moment). This song always brings to mind the sights, sounds and smells of tailgating around Sanford Stadium with 82,000 of your closest friends.

Posted by david on October 07, 2003
Comments

oh yeah - unrelated question - how's the new outkast album - they play the one song on bbc6 and i really like it - saw the video recently. uh - how offensive are the lyrics (being a dad and all, i gotta ask)

Posted by: mike on October 7, 2003 08:53 AM

oh yeah, and while we're making irrelevant comments about the material in your margins i am pretty smitten with rachel ray as well...

also bbc6 has been playing a lot of gbv lately...

Posted by: mike on October 7, 2003 08:55 AM

fantastic idea. i love it. can't wait to see what you dig up.

Posted by: rob on October 7, 2003 09:43 AM

Excellent. This Ben Gibbard and Billy Bragg
thanks you muchly for the sharing.

(and of course you can link to me, if i can
link you as well :))

Posted by: Brad on October 7, 2003 10:00 AM

Mike: The new Outkast is extremely listenable considering each CD was produced independently of the other. The language isn't that bad (of course, I have little radar for this, my womb is barren). BBC6 has been playing a lot of the new GBV album, I like it, but not enough to play it too often.

Rob: Thanks, I'll try not to disappoint.

Brad: Please do link me... I love your site, by the way.

Posted by: david on October 7, 2003 02:33 PM
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