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November 14, 2005


That's quite nice, Ben.

At least in the Buell Kazee version (esp. the later, longer one) that may be the least accurately named song ever.

That is pretty -- I should buy the album. If that's Julie singing lead initially, I'd never have recognized her voice.

I don't think it is—if I had to guess, I'd call it Nina Rolle.

Though maybe it is her starting the verse that begins "it was the heart of the wintertime"?

Could be -- there was a voice about halfway through that sounded as if it could be her, but I still wouldn't have recognized her. On the other hand, I'm not tone deaf, but pretty tone stupid, so I may not know what I'm listening to.

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