Monday, May 11, 2009

Drunken Boat - Home

Someone on youtube recently made this video of my band's song "Home." I don't agree with the literal interpretation, but it's great to know people are still listening and moved enough to make a video of a song that's almost 20-years old. We were called Drunken Boat after the Rimbaud poem. Now there are several bands named "Drunken Boat" in this world, but we were first. I hadn't heard this song in awhile. That's me singing, by the way. Turn it up and enjoy!


Blogger joanna said...

I was listening to this when I was grading earlier. Now the end is going around in my head. C'mon, now. C'mon. Now. Etc. I'm enjoying it!

1:01 AM  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

i saw drunken boat on a sub-freezing night in '90 or '91 in a small club in cincinnati. i was with like 4 friends, and there weren't but a few other hardy souls who made it out that february night. we had a few mushrooms and a couple of shots n beers, and drunken boat proceded to shred that room as if their was 300 sweaty, screaming people there. it was one of the purest rock n roll moments of my life. i bought everything they had for sale, and every single they released afterwards. i love them.

2:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I saw drunken Boat thrice.
Twice in NYc and once in Chicago.
They were beyond description.
I handed you a necktie with pink elephants on it at your Metro show.
thanks for the amazing memories.

10:59 PM  
Blogger Todd Colby said...

I remember that necktie! Vividly. It makes me very happy that Drunken Boat left such a vivid impression with you. I'd love to read a "Top Ten Things I Remember About Seeing Drunken Boat" written by you. It would be lovely to see how much I might have forgotten. Feel free to email me directly if you come up with a list!

7:23 AM  
Blogger Todd Colby said...

Oh, and Elizabeth, the same goes for you. That show in in Cincinnati was always legendary in my mind glad there is someone else out there that can back my memories of that frigid night up. X

7:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

david Isay 's brother Josh and I were big fans of naked raygun in college and we dug on terse hardcore psycho punk so when i went for a visit to nyc he let me stay at his dad's place on st mark's down the block from the methadone clinic there was a clawfoot bath tub in the apartment that hadn't been cleaned for decades growing thick green fungus one inch deep except for two spots shaped like feet ( about a size 9) where i was able to fit my size elevens into without getting the green goo in my toenails and then josh said there was this kickass band playing at Brownies you have to see them drunken boat and i said ok they played in the middle of the floor mo stage so to speak of like at a high school mixer the singer was this wirey grenade of maniacal orgasms masturbating the venue with a barbed shotgun piercng my chest plate fuck my mind in the shed come on aut in the sheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeedddddddd spinning high on alprazolam and washington square park dime bag howd we get home but next night went back and the bar turned into a chinese restaurant at metro had been a while new disc and gosh gee ham so excited to have boat in home town favorite venue who the fuck is drunken boat oh i see drunken boat now right i get it oh my god i said oh my god todd was sweating perfusely crowd is moshing made it to front of stage i was at the store that day and saw a necktie it was purple with pink elephants on it and i said to sam that i wanted to get this for todd colby tonight at the show right on so caught his eye and i threw it up to him on stage he wasnt sure what the fuck it was and wrapped it around his necktie smashing me with another scream see ruby falls stayed in my cd player for at least 6 months what happened to boat looking for boat 95 99 911 got married 3 kids jobity job boat 2011 google google boat colby blog stuff he's alive itunes download goat my boat back kids will love this stuff, wait a second they're only seven kinda freakish they havent even dug on VU yet lets start slow gosh boat

10:43 PM  

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