The Book of Love: The Magnetic Fields

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  1. im6 Says:

    What are the odds that this is the SECOND mention I’ve seen of this song today (which prompted me to listen to it again)? I mean, I never never ever think about this group or song and suddenly it pops up twice! Freaky.
    It is a good song. Heck, this Stephin Merritt outfit is a good group. They’ve just fallen off my radar.

    • katry Says:

      im6, That is weird and freaky as you said. This is not the song I’d expect anyone would see or hear twice in a single day. It is my favorite among all the versions of this song.

      It is a good song!

    • Hedley Says:

      Kat and IM6 after the brilliant 69 love songs I didn’t really get why the Magnetic Fields were not gigantus. For a while I would chat with Claudia Gonson especially when they came to town.
      Slowly the music has faded, “Quickies” felt exactly like that.
      Following a show in Pontiac Claudia promised me that one day she was play The Death of Ferdinand de Saussure for me in a gay piano bar….I am sure you get the joke but I loved the song to bits along with Sweet Lovin Man
      When the Prince was around 3 I caught him in front of the speakers putting on moves to SLM..

      Love the band and will always make the effort with releases and shows

      • katry Says:

        My Dear Hedley,
        I found the Magnetic Fields late. I don’t even remember how I found them. Right away, I was then by their music and those lyrics!! I’m with you in wondering why they were, “not gigantus.”

        The other piece is I wonder why I missed them as they hailed from Boston.

        It doesn’t matter where or when I found them, just that I did!

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