“Carmelita,” by the late, great Warren Zevon.
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My favorite artist ever
One of my top 3 favorite artists (Tom Waits and Leonard Cohen are the others).
Good song, but it is set to play automatically when the page loads. It’s generally a bad idea to do that.
Great song but believe it or not The Counting Crows’ Adam Durst dose a better than orginial cover.
GG’s version is the ultimate.
nothing wrong with it automatically playing…
Have everyone switch to Firefox with NoScript?
Doesn’t play automatically for me… ;)
I kinda like the Dwight Yoakam cover, although being strung out on heroin is not really a country theme, I guess. Perhaps substitute “heroin” for “crystal meth” … anyways, good tune.
Excelent song singer and writer but thet was weird as I was listening to Jethro Tull Thick as a Brick, well guess I’ll go howwel at the moon. Even if I ain’t in London.
I’ve always loved Warren… pure genius.
That was pretty weird. It’s one of my favorite songs ever. I almost had a spasm; it seemed so… personal.
Saw him live back in ’97, that was an incredible show – we bought the tickets at the door and had front row seats.
Amazing and gracious showman.
Another site you should check out for discovering and embedding music is http://www.grooveshark.com
Holy crap that’s annoying that it starts playing immediately.
Maybe you could stick it behind a link to this particular entry?
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