Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Ash Wednesday.

Here's a track from M.Ward's latest album, "Hold Time". There's a few tracks featuring Ben Gibbard fiancee, Zooey Deschanel. I guess the tracks didn't make it to M.Ward and Zooey's project of 'His & Her's', or whatever they call themselves. Dedicated to all the Catholics on Ash Wednesday, check out 'Epistemology' below.

"Epistemology" by M. Ward

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Anonymous said...

You're obviously pretty ignorant of the artists you mentioned, so let me fill you in.

The songs on Ward's album Hold Time are written and arranged by Matt himself, while the band She & Him feature songs written by Zooey Deschanel.

EarEyeNoseCandyBlog said...

Thank you for courageously posting your comments anonymously. It's hard not to read your comments in the voice of Comic Book Guy from the Simpsons, when reading. Anyone who's this much of a stickler for 'She & Him' must be a blast in real life. Please come back and clarify the differences between the Wu-Tang Clan albums and the appearances on each other's solo efforts when you get the chance.

Brian said...

Dear EarNoseLegandChocolateCandy,

I think that you are getting Him & Her confused with BJ and the Bear, of which Ben Gibbard donated a lot of his songs that didn't make it on the first Post Office album.

Get your shit straight, man. This isn't high school, it's the interwebs.

Thank you.

EarEyeNoseCandyBlog said...

Touche, Brian. We stand corrected...but cannot stand for Douche-baggery.

Lauren Shipman said...

I can't help but laugh at everyone getting so worked up and hostile about these things, especially when the song itself is about something so perfect and harmonious, when people realize God's pursuit of them. Or anyway, I'm pretty sure that's what the song is generally about... thats what its about for me anyway... that's what I recognized and related to. I hope the place where music strikes our individual hearts is not something anyone would try to "correct" me about. :)