[Home]History of Nothing Matters When We're Dancing


Revision 7 . . (edit) 2007-1-12 12:49 am by DavidJennings
Revision 6 . . 2004-9-9 12:48 am by DavidJennings [Added notes from LD Beghtol]
Revision 5 . . 2004-8-28 3:42 pm by DavidJennings
  

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Changed: 1c1
The title has a deliberately ambiguous meaning, because it could mean "nothing else matters when we're dancing" or "nothing matters at all when we're dancing".
The title has ambiguous intent, because it could mean "nothing else matters when we're dancing" or "nothing matters at all when we're dancing".

Added: 2a3,6
LD Beghtol writes:

Stephin [Merritt] and I sang about twelve tracks of the three backing vocal parts in various registers one afternoon for the chorale parts. I had to read my parts from a score he'd written, which was a little tricky, but so much fun. Live, Claudia [Gonson] sang one of the parts, and it kept getting slower and quieter and more heartbreaking every time we did it…


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