Monday, March 01, 2010

Got dem Krugman Blues

Well, I know Paul Krugman thinks he became immortalized once he got the Nobel prize.

But, that just wasn't so.

Now, he is though, as Loudon Wainwright III has composed the Krugman Blues, which he performs live at the New Yorker here.  (The song id part of his latest CD, Songs for a New Depression....(note to Ever-Loving Wife: Honey, It's not in my collection.  Yet.....)

Also in this link, Hendrik Hertzberg posts an excellent link to the London times for an article on the late Kate McGarrigle.  Was she a perfect human being, warts and all (though you'd have to look with an atomic microscope to find them), or not?  My feeble thoughts on her sad departure were originally here.


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