I just heard Yo La Tengo cover this during Todd-O-Phonic Todd's WFMU marathon show.
Where else are you going to hear the original version of this song (on the radio) let alone hear Yo La Tengo cover it? Please help me in supporting freeform radio in the NYC area and all over the world via internet at wfmu.org! Tune in now and see Yo La Tengo destroy more classics live!
I'm in the WFMU studios in Jersey City working the phones for the pledge marathon. Support freeform public radio! They only do this once a year folks! Pictured are Dave and Dominic and Trouble is in the DJ booth.
I finally went to the completed High Line which I saw way before the renovation thanks to OHNY. It's probably the most unique/odd renovated space in any urban environment. In this case, WFMU was broadcasting a live show. I'll be back. My old cheap camera seems incapable of taking sharp night shots anymore--maybe because I dropped it so many times.
Even though I'm mostly Irish, I usually end up hiding out on St. Patrick's Day. I'm just not a big fan of the kelly green plastic crap, "kiss me I'm Irish" buttons, Irish sports bars, or fake Irish accents.
WFMU has launched its video podcasts with this stunning debut. I hope you donated to the station if you ever listen.
Video Quest from WFMU Episode 1
If they're blooming everywhere, maybe we should eat jellyfish! Asians specialize in clear or white base foods that don't taste like much: cellophane noodles, tofu, and rice, so you also have all the great spices, sauces, and pickling techniques. It's only a matter of time before I order some jellyfish in chinatown though the texture scares me. Full disclosure: I got stung pretty badly by jellyfish as a kid which resulted in my shunning the ocean altogether for a few years. Nobody peed on me.
If the AIG executive bonus scandal has been good for anything, it's brought what's been wrong all along with how the Obama administration has handled the bailout / stimulus by putting faces on the corporate welfare recipients. Over at kos, barbinmd has proposed some simple policy guidelines for executives who remain with bailed out institutions: "Executives at a failing company don't get a bonus. Executives at a failing company don't get a raise." Simple answers to simple questions.