Thursday, April 15, 2010

A girl with kaleidoscope eyes



Golden Throat selections I possess in my iTunes library include:

It Ain't Me Babe by Sebastian Cabot
Blowin' In The Wind by Eddie Albert
Twist And Shout by Mae West
House Of The Rising Sun by Andy Griffith
I Walk The Line, Proud Mary, and If I Had A Hammer by Leonard Nimoy
And finally, Mr. Tambourine Man and Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds as interpreted by the great William Shatner

O'Brien reporting for duty, Captain.

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think Platonic information embedded in non-local holographic spacetime geometry may be considered transcendent.

RJ

philbilly said...

Shouldn't that be "Twist and shout on
Mae West"?

LimesNow said...

Hmmmm . . . disappearing comment. I'll try again.

What, no Susan Boyle cover of Wild Horses?

Who thinks up these folks mangling the good music of my era, Uhura?

Hal said...

Shatner's greatest performance.

Gillian said...

at ease, private.

Al The Retired Army Guy said...

Good God, Captain Kirk, what were you thinking?

Al
TRAG

Al The Retired Army Guy said...

Gee - Howard Dean criticizing Palin. As Dean hails from Vermont - you know how I feel, his comments are like calling the kettle black.

Al
TRAG

Erin O'Brien said...

Al.


Al, Al, Al, Al, Al.

Al.

You really need to stop perpetuating the humorless rightie cliche. That Shatner/Palin riff is hilarious.

Al the Retired Army Guy said...

Erin,

As you know, I have a great sense of humor. Really.

Shatner doing the Beatles is indeed hilarious (I'm guessing he was on acid at the time, but I could be wrong). For that matter, Howard "yeaahhh hahhhh" Dean criticizing anyone is equally hilarious. So yes, in that sense, the Shatner/Palin Riff is pretty funny.

Al
TRAG

HeyJoe said...

As many times as I've heard about this facinating rendition I have never actually heard it. Thanks for allowing me to check that off my list. Now I must go ram paperclips in my ears.