You Call Me A Dog…

well that’s fair enough…

Cause it ain’t no use to pretend you’re wrong…

Today’s ear-worm of the day on the balcony is ‘Call Me A Dog’ the Chris Cornell acoustic version from the recording ‘Songbook’, if you have Spotify, give it a listen. Excellent stuff!

Can’t get this song out of my head lately so it goes to say that’s what I’m playing for the audience today of black capped chickadees, tufted titmouse, cardinals, blue jays, red tail hawks, and turkey vultures…

The high range vocals of Chris Cornell, well, let’s just pretend I can hit them flawlessly!

Anyways, that’s what I’ll be playing to my audience of flying creatures, because, birds don’t have fingers to stick in their ears that’s why, but they can fly away! Lol.

(The dog below belonged to a homeless couple I photographed a while back. He came to mind while playing this song..)




    1. Yes, still bothers me such a powerful voice now only exists on recordings. Guy was a legend. Big fan. Depression is a horrible disease. Wish him and his family much peace. Thank you for your reply.

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    1. Look up the CD entitled ‘Songbook’ by Chris Cornell, acoustic versions of some of his greatest songs, excellent version of ‘Call Me A Dog.” Always said you can tell the talent level of a musician when they sit down with only s guitar and a microphone. You’ll see what I’m talking about. Give it a listen if you can, the entire album. Enjoy!

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      1. So far I’m enjoying his music very much – I can see why u like the dog one! The acoustic version does show his raw talent! And I enjoyed a snippet of unplugged in Sweden and now getting ready to hear him do his take on “nothing compares 2 u…”
        Thanks for sharing this music with blogosphere – 🎶🎶🎶🎶

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