Tell me in the morning
I was supposed to go to Bowery Ballroom tomorrow night to see the Two Gallants, Sam Champion, and Cold War Kids. The show sounds like it will be a lovely and amazing. I've played the crap out of the Two Gallants' What the Toll Tells and I always enjoy seeing Sam Champion. Plus, the buzz about Cold War Kids has stretched east from the west coast, and I am eager to check them out. But alas, I am not going anymore. My show partner-in-crime can't make it, so I think I will have to bow out. I realize that the last statement is a complete old lady comment, but what can I say? The idea of standing for hours alone at the Bowery Ballroom just isn't appealing right now. I know; I'm getting old.
Cold War Kids: Hospital Beds
Cold War Kids: Tell Me in the Morning
Cold War Kids: Heavy Boots
Buy Cold War Kids EPs and support their music their music making.
I will have to take a no-more-lameness oath, and promise not to miss Cold War Kids when they're back in New York in May.
Shane Madej asked if I could post some more classic French chansons.
Mai, oui, Shane. C'est pour toi!
Yves Montand: Les Feuilles Mortes (this is a big hit in second grade)
Edith Piaf: Adieu Mon Coeur
Jacques Brel: Dulcinea Jacques Brel: Ne Me Quitte Pas
Serge Gainsbourg: Cha Cha Cha du Loup