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Caturday Covers There Is a Light

Posted: November 5th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Caturday Covers | Comments Off on Caturday Covers There Is a Light

As it is a freezingly cold Saturday morning I must once again force us to return to our old Moz-friend, our old Mozpanion through life’s very constant lows. (I could fill a year with nothing but Smiths/Moz covers but I resist! I am aware of an audience beyond myself! I space them out to ambush you with!)

The Smiths – There Is A Light That Never Goes Out (off of The Queen Is Dead, but the amazing recently-remastered enormous discography box set that has caused me to surpass my poor ipod’s available disk space). Bless the “ten ton truck” sentiment for capturing the nihilism of young love. Bless the “darkened underpass” almost-was, the fear of rejection that may immobilize but nevertheless can’t crush the graspy, sweaty, crumpled hope in the chorus.
Loquat – There Is A Light That Never Goes Out. Here’s a meh-inducing blast from the PPP past. There are some nice keyboard turns in here, though, to think upon.
Dum Dum Girls – There Is A Light That Never Goes Out. With their second album these buzzed-about young people begin to grow (up)on me. I can appreciate the surf schtick.


The Smiths – Panic (off of Louder Than Bombs)
The Smiths – Panic (live, from Rank)
Spoon – Panic (live). I like this because who wouldn’t, but my feeling is that if you’re going to cover the Smiths you need to get the place names correct. That is the only rule. Even if you’re faking a geographical understanding of this song, which most of us are. Also, is Britt Daniel’s pre-performance ritual to eat a giant peanut butter sandwich?

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