Thursday, June 26, 2008

Two Minor Points

(1) I defy anyone to find a better segue in classic powerpop that Josie Cotton's "Johnny, Are You Queer?" to Paul Collins' Beat's "Let Me Into Your Life." It's more or less perfect.

(2)Thers told me today he fully expects me to buy the Dewey Cox soundtrack in the next week. I expect he is correct. (I dunno, though; it doesn't seem to have his midget power Dylan parody--that's an issue. Let me hold you, little man.)


steve simels said...


I've got it on my computer...If memory serves, it DOES have the midget Dylan song.

I'll check tomorrow when I'm home...

TMink said...

OK, how about Girl of My Dreams by Bram Tchaikovsky

to "Black and White" by the dB's?

Maybe not better, but a tight sition.


Oh, and in looking for the cut, I found several quips about what an asshole Stamey is. 8)

Anonymous said...

I always thought the midget protest song sounded more like Harry Chapin than Dylan.

The song that preceeded it was a pure Dylan parody, however.

CoolSchool said...

Brown Sugar, how come you taste so good? The Stones, natch. And another one they cover in Shine a Light with the incredible assistance of a smoking Buddy Guy-Champange and Reefer.