Every morning I listen to John Richards on KEXP. He is SUCH a good DJ. So good. The best. You should really listen to him. The first song of his show always wakes me up and it’s usually something rad like The Pixies’ “Where Is My Mind?” or an LCD Soundsystem song so I start dancing in bed and then dance my way out of bed and two feet over to my computer where I will stay for the rest of the day. Even when I’m not part-time blogging (pause for you to be impressed) I don’t want to leave the house until noon because I want to hear the entire show. You get it. But this morning? First thing John plays is Jeff Buckley’s “Hallelujah” transistioned into Leonard Cohen’s “Famous Blue Raincoat.” COME ON, John! I mean, it’s obviously a genius music connection, but I usually want to break down and cry maybe around 3pm when the Internet has sufficiently sucked away my soul, not first thing in the morning. NO MORNING EMO. Point being, thank goodness for this new Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis with guest Bruce Willis:
So funny. I love how Bruce Willis is so funny. So much funnier than the Kutch. That’s HOW IT’S DONE, Kutch. Learn from your elders.
By the way, after Leonard Cohen John went into Bon Iver’s “Skinny Love” and then into Elliott Smith’s “Miss Misery”! I guess it’s healthy to cry. But they should be happy tears! Let us celebrate! The Chilean miners are being rescued! Dios Mio.