Give OutSharon Van Etten
Sharon Van Etten - Give Out
You’re the reason why I’ll move to the city
you’re why I’ll need to leave
Baby, It's Cold Outside | Rufus Wainwright feat. Sharon Van Etten
Rufus Wainwright and Sharon Van Etten performing Baby, It’s Cold Outside, for a new Christmas compilation
“Baby, It’s Cold Outside” by Rufus Wainwright (feat. Sharon Van Etten)
This version is luxurious to your ears. There is no other way to describe it.
Baby, Itâs Cold OutsideRufus Wainwright
I’m getting used to this planet and to this curious human culture which is as cheerfully enthusiastic as it it cheerfully cruel. I never cease to marvel at the newspapers. In my life I’ve seen one million pictures of a duck that has adopted a kitten, or a cat that has adopted a duckling, or a sow and a puppy, a mare and a muskrat. And for the one millionth time I’m fascinated. I wish I lived near them, in Corpus Christi or Damariscotta; I wish I had the wonderful pair before me, mooning about the yard. It’s all beginning to smack of home. The winter pictures that come in over the wire from every spot on the continent are getting to be as familiar as my own hearth. I wait for the annual aerial photograph of an enterprising fellow who has stamped in the snow a giant valentine for his girl. Here’s the annual chickadee-trying-to-drink-from-a-frozen-birdbath picture, captioned, ‘Sorry, Wait Till Spring,’ and the shot of an utterly bundled child crying piteously on a sled at the top of a snowy hill, labeled, ‘Needs a Push.’ How can an old world be so innocent?
Annie Dillard in Pilgrim at Tinker Creek
Song: “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” by Rufus Wainwright feat. Sharon Van Etten
The National - Think You Can Wait (From Win Win OST)
The National - Think You Can Wait
I was drifting, crying
I was looking for an island
I was slipping under
I’ll pull the devil down with me one way or another
I’m out of my mind, think you can wait?
I’m way off the line, think you can wait?
I’ll try, but I couldn’t be better.
Give OutSharon Van Etten
Sharon Van Etten // “Give Out”
It’s not because I always hold out
It might be I always hold on.
Guess the Guests on "Trouble Will Find Me"
The National’s upcoming album “Trouble Will Find Me“ features contributions from the likes of Sufjan Stevens, Annie Clark (superhero name: St. Vincent), Sharon Van Etten, Arcade Fire’s Richard Reed Parry, Thomas Bartlett (aka Doveman), and Dark Dark Dark singer Non Marie Invie.
So far, we’ve hazarded some guesses as to who is featured on which track.
- Sharon Van Etten: vocals on “This Is the Last Time” and “Pink Rabbits”
- St. Vincent: vocals on “Sea Of Love”
- Sufjan Stevens: piano on “Hard To Find”
- Possibly Bon Iver: guitar on “I Need My Girl” and vocals on “I Should Live In Salt”
Who do you think is featured on which songs?