Baby, We'll Be Fine

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Since the late '90s Tori Amos has had a habit of performing unacceptable covers of rock songs--"Whole Lotta Love", "Losing My Religion", and "Smells Like Teen Spirit", to name a few--alone at the piano. They're cool and novel for the same reason they're unacceptable: she somehow turns every damn one of those rockin' songs into a spare, traumatizing ballad, hysterically choking out the lyrics over hauntingly dissonant, faux-minimalist piano accompaniment. I tried to do pretty much the same thing here.

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from Pigshit and Glowing, track released March 23, 2011
words and music by The National
performed and arranged by Steve Slagg
engineered, mixed and mastered by Blade Barringer
artwork by Blade Barringer


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Youngest Son Chicago, Illinois

Youngest Son is singer-songwriter Steve Slagg, who grew up playing Debussy and Charles Wesley on an upright piano in Missouri and now plays his own lyric-driven, emotionally complex indie-folk songs on a keyboard in Chicago.

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