Audio feast

Last week PopWatch (inspired by New York Times food critic Frank Bruni) ran an interesting post about the music played in high-end restaurants.

I believe restaurant music should be like good food–an unexpected delight. A few years ago, my husband and I were dining at Canlis, arguably Seattle’s swankiest and most old-school restaurant. As one might expect, Canlis had a live pianist in a tux tickling the ivories. He played mostly classical and jazz standards, but then I heard a familiar tune. It was Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy.” Awesome!

Here’s a theremin cover of the tune.

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  1. ryanbthat

    I’m sure you’ve probably heard this already but, just in case, I give you Crazy’s spaghetti western origins:

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