Thursday, June 4, 2009

I'm so Glad that I want to be your dog



I'm So Glad
I'm So Glad
I Wanna Be Your Dog
I Wanna Be Your Dog
I Wanna Be Your Dog

Well, I admit, this is sort of a strange playlist, and I'm turning into the old lady that tells the same stories over and over because I know I've talked about most of these before...but I found this cover of I'm so Glad by the Stooges and...

6 comments:

Blimpy said...

That scene from C&C is great, Ig is just in awe of Waits - it's really sweet.

steenbeck said...

Thanks for the mercy comment Bmc Flahster.

A random comment to go with this random post...David just bought a Santogold album. It kicks ass!!!!

ejaydee said...

I've recently decided that my currently in-the-works podcast will be summer themed and will hav ethe latest Santogold song in it. Watch this space, maybe next summer.

ejaydee said...

It was a bit of a strange post, but as long as all the songs are good...
For dropbox what I do is copy the whole folder in FInder (not iTunes), and paste it in the dropbox. It worked in the case of The Ecstatic because it was already in mp3 format. From iTunes, if you want to copy the whole album, convert it all, and slightly change the name of the album like, "Rain dogs (mp3)" for instance, right click on a track in the converted album, choose "Show In FInder", it;ll show you the file, copy the folder with the album in and past it in the dropbox. That's the way I've done it anyway.

Japanther said...

Steenbeck - Rain Dogs is fantastic, thank you! Weird and wonderful characters coming and going with the music almost sea shanty like, all topped off with THAT voice. Great!

- I've got a couple of completely different versions of I'm So Glad and I Wanna Be Your Dog that you may be interested to hear....hmm...I feel a mini post coming on....

steenbeck said...

Post away! I'd love to hear them. Did Sonic Youth do I wanna Be Your Dog? I feel like I might have heard that.

I'm so glad you like rain dogs. Sorry I didn't put swordfishtrombones in yesterday. It was taking me ridiculously long to do my ridiculously long playlist. I'll put it in soon. And then I think you might like Frank's Wild Years, which has some of his loudest songs and some of his most beautiful, to my ears. DId you know he has a song called "big in Japan"?