Friday, August 12, 2005

Friday Live - All Antony

Today's edition of Friday Live features Antony & the Johnsons, because their in-studio performance on last Friday's WNYC Spinning On Air session was the most soulful music I heard all month, and maybe all year.

Antony & the Johnsons mp3s from WNYC Spinning in-studio performance (8/5/05):

For Today I Am A Boy
I Fell In Love With A Dead Boy
The Lake

From their May 2005 performance on XFM:

Hope There's Someone
You Are My Sister

And a non-live "somewhat available" track ripped from the WNYC Spinning session:
Mysteries of Love

Listen to the entire interview and performance here. Antony talks about Edgar Allan Poe, the disturbing children's letters in the I Am a Bird Now liner notes, and details about the songs he performed.


Arethusa said...

Listening to the interview right now :) This is a treat, thanks!

darth said...

antony is great stuff-thanks for the links!

Canowine said...

Let me know what you think of that interview - I listened to it twice. It's fascinating. I never knew Antony wrote "Fistful of Love" and "Cripple and the Starfish" 10 years ago, right after college.

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