Kelsi Parker wrote:Feel free to add personal opinions, I don't mind. And yes, Fairytale of New York isn't that much fairytale-focused, but it has the most appropriate name ever. I've seen weaker criteria used for official soundtracks. *grin* And I've always felt that the insulting was more good-natured banter between a very odd couple.
Tony Akins wrote:Just felt I'd add this from the Steven Sondheim musical; Jack, in this show, is not especially bright. In fact I modelled a version of Jack on this very interpretation ( see unpublished FABLES issues...oh wait you CAN'T ...It's UNPUBLISHED!).
Kelsi Parker wrote:Fair enough; I'll agree that the 'No Use for a Name' cover has an angrier tone to it.
The vocalist isn't listed on the one, but it's definately not Tom Waits. The lyrics are the same, though.
Kelsi Parker wrote:And I'm not going to specify to keep SOME secrecy, but it appears I can't deliberately leave off a song to keep from giving away a vid I have in the planning stages without someone else bringing it up. . .
Regarding 'Briar and the Rose' -- I prefer this version to Tom Waits' take on it, even though I haven't identified the vocalist. I think both artists are doing a cover of an older song, though.
Laura Truxillo wrote:Which, I want to say, is...Barbra Allen, was it? "Oh mother, make my bed; make it soft and narrow..." and all that?
Bill Willingham wrote:Now I'm upset because my copy of Broadsword and the Beast doesn't have the Jack Frost bonus track.
Bill Willingham wrote:
So is Tull considered Prog Rock?
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