I didn’t care for his work when he was in The Screaming Trees, and I didn’t even notice that he was in Queens of the Stone Age until he’d left, but now I just love to listen to Mark Lanegan’s growling gravelly voice.
He saves/makes this:
Moby & Mark Lanegan – The Lonely Night
A post related to this briefly appeared yesterday as I managed to set it for Saturday rather than Sunday. Apologies for any confusion.
More soon, hopefully in the order I intended.
Two for contemplation tonight, first up one I posted a couple of years ago and which I’ve found myself listening to quite a lot over the past couple of weeks, by Tom Smith (lead singer from Editors) and Andy Burrows (drummer from Razorlight). Tasked with coming up with a name for their new act, they went down the Hoddle & Waddle rather than the Glen and Chris route:
Smith & Burrows – When The Thames Froze
And what would we do at this time of year without Mark “A Song, A Dance, A Laugh” Lanegan to spread some festive cheer?
Mark Lanegan – O Holy Night