The wan*ers who closed the blog early are in good company. The wa*kers at Firefox upgraded the program to 3.5 but downgraded the UK to, well, ocean.
So to defy the gods, I'll post my dialogue bloody donds here:
This is a week when the obvious really is the best. You hunt and hunt for unknown treasures, but the standards really have earned their place. They just don't, he says in his old nostalgic man voice, do songs like that anymore.
Carla Thomas & Otis Redding - Tramp (Nick76) Sadly zedded
Ray Charles & Betty Carter - Baby It's Cold Outisde (RockingMitch). This is THE killer version. Ray's voice is so sweet, and those horns!
Harry Belafonte & Eartha Kitt - Hole in My Bucket (RockingMitch)
...the only modern song that holds a candle is Pogues w Kirsty MacColl - Fairytale of New York (BalearicBeat)
Eminem - Stan (isotope) has great dialogue, but lacks the urgency of a face-to-face encounter.
Donds too for:
Black Box Recorder - The Art Of Driving (laurenzi)
Tindersticks - Travelling Light (richardrj)
Jimmy Castor Bunch - Troglodytes (nidhogg)
sly, slick & wicked - sho' nuf (mototom)
Roots - you Got Me (steenbeck)
Schwervon! - Dinner (saneshane)
Pony Up! - I Heard You Got Action (saneshane)
Tommie Young - Take Time To Know Him (steenbeck)
Velvet Underground - The Gift (tonymulryan)
Long Blondes - you could have both (technopeasant)
DOND OF THE WEEK:
Primitive Radio Gods - Standing Outside A Broken Phone Booth (Shoegazer)