Xeni Jardin at 9:02 am Mon, Mar 5, 2012
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Sergei Barkmaninoff. (thanks, Joe Sabia)
With some lessons, and a little more accessible material, I see the potential . . .
Must disagree… I found this dogs material much more compelling and listenable than 99 percent of the mind-numbing repetitious commercial junk on radio and TV.
But as with all who choose the high road… Don’t quit your day job.
Kind of a bluesy number.
They said I could become anything, so I became a Coltrane Spaniel
Tom Waits has already filed an infringement suit.
Here’s a little number I call…. ” I got dem ‘ol flea-bitten puppydog blues”
That dog is the biggest Antony and the Johnsons fan ever.
And now for a duet:
Cute, but Pink Floyd did it 40 years ago. :)
HAHA!!! I came here to say something about Seamus, also! Glad to see he’s not forgotten!
Three more musically inclined dogs and you could call them the Beagles.
Great, now I’ve got the old “Buried A Bone And Can’t Remember Where It Is” Blues.
Wow, Bob Dylan’s voice is definitely getting better with age. Looks, not so much.
My dog was not amused.
So it’s settled: dogs are smarter than cats: they can play the piano AND sing.
Mind you, both species seem to prefer atonal music.
Reminds me of Séamus singing on Meddle.
With the right drugs, all singing dogs sound alike. ;)
Pink Floyd + drugs?! What are you getting at? ;)
Looks like you got it first, but, yeah – Seamus – that’s my dog outside!
Seamus, and Pink Floyd FTW!
“Can’t get to the lower end of the keyboard Blues”. Take out the media center and I’ll blow your mind.
Obviously the next winner of American Idol.
The improvisational music scene is pretty big here in Baltimore, and I’ll be frank — this is actually quite a bit better than some of what I’ve heard out.
Didn’t he used to be in the Beagles?
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