Monday, May 19, 2008

The Future

A musical meditation on the state of the world and where we are going...

"Ultimate" -- Gogol Bordello

"Hard Day on the Planet" -- Loudon Wainright III

"Are You Alright" -- Lucinda Williams

"Hard Sun" -- Eddie Vedder

"Wreck on the Highway" -- Bruce Springsteen

"Keep Me In Your Heart" -- Warren Zevon

"Calling All Angels" -- Jane Siberry

"The Future" -- Leonard Cohen

"I Can Only Imagine" -- MercyMe

"Until the End of the World" -- U2

"Reason to Believe" -- Bruce Springsteen

"He Was a Friend of Mine" -- Cat Power

"Tears of Rage" -- The Band

"Shine Silently" -- Nils Lofgren

"Tea for the Tillerman" -- Cat Stevens

"Long Walk Home" -- Bruce Springsteen

"Many Rivers to Cross" -- Jimmy Cliff

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

To Play Us Out

I know I've been away from this blog so long, you probably have had to get your fix of Harrisonalysis elsewhere (I'm told there's a bunch available in Ecuador).

So much going on in the world. War, cyclones, tornados, earthquakes, Hillary Clinton. And yet I'm here today to give you another in a long series of moments I like to call "Bill O'Reilly is a Raving Jackass."

Enjoy. (NSFW)

Even better: Stephen Colbert takes it to the next level of absurdity.

Which, of course, leads us to the inevitable, inimicable, dance remix: