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dude. if talent were money, a *tenth* of this family's allotment could end the recession

Posted on 2009.12.01 at 16:31
where am I: I CAN HAS OIL IN TEWKSBURY!
How I feel about it all: geekygeeky
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There will be stuff of content here soon enough. Until then, watch this ABSOLUTE GEM from 1991:



And an encore of sorts, five years later, with more talented people than ever:


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theamusedone at 2009-01-12 21:57 (UTC) ()
Okay, now those were just far too amusing! Thank you for sharing!
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primroseburrows at 2009-01-12 22:36 (UTC) ()
It's an awesome song. The Civil War was great for gorgeous but depressing as hell songs.

And just how much does Rufus look exactly like his mother OMG?
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theamusedone at 2009-01-12 22:37 (UTC) ()
Eastmountainsouth does an awesome version of it. But yes, depressing as hell.

And he so does, it was freaky!
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primroseburrows at 2009-01-12 22:48 (UTC) ()
Depressing isn't always bad; I mean, some of the best songs are the really sad ones.


Rufus Wainwright - Beauty Mark (live)

I have no idea where this version is from (I have the studio one on CD), but it's classic Rufus.
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theamusedone at 2009-01-12 22:56 (UTC) ()
That is a very good version! Live versions can be a very happy thing.

So, when it comes to Rufus, are you a fan of his later albums at all?
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primroseburrows at 2009-01-12 23:11 (UTC) ()
Basically if Rufus sings it I love it. "Going to a Town" is one of my favourite songs ever (and gah, the video).

I haven't listened to Release the Stars as a whole nearly enough. Must rectify this. And I love the Want albums and his Judy Garland stuff (and I don't even really like Judy). So yeah. Not just about the Classic Stuff.

Edited at 2009-01-12 23:15 (UTC)
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