Dan Harmon engages wonderfully with a fan.
Aimee Mann, covering Harry Nilsson’s / Three Dog Night’s One (from the ‘Magnolia’ film soundtrack)
Two can be as bad as one
It’s the loneliest number since the number one
Before the iTunes store was open, Apple advertised the iTunes and the iPod with the campaign Rip. Mix. Burn. This was 200 years ago, when people bought CDs and had to import them and then burn new ones to make the CD equivalent of a mix tape.
Musicians in this ad include Liz Phair, Ziggy Marley, George Clinton, Iggy Pop, De La Soul, Lil Kim, Wilco, Aimee Mann, Smashmouth, and Dwight Yoakam. No other company was even close to thinking like Apple, even back then. Nobody.
Aimee Mann, with a different kind of holiday song, I Was Thinking I Could Clean Up For Christmas
Tell you I’m sorry that I made you a witness
To my moral decay
And that once upon a time
I believed it was a victimless crime
Aimee Mann, covering Coldplay’s The Scientist