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2007-05-25
Carrie Dahlby What's Wrong With This Song? (Full Length Version) 
featuring Possible Oscar
No, really! It's just a rhetorical question! This full length version of a song from Carrie's continuously existing album "Happy Ranch" provides a musical coherence that the album version does not have. Also, this makes for a more accurate parody of the original Sweetwater song "What's Wrong?" than does the album version. Possible Oscar provides the instrumental and some supporting vocals for this track. Additionally, Carrie's father Michael Haselman plays the fiddle solo. The album version of this song was played on the Dr. Demento Show on April 1st, 2007, so it can't be all that wrong, right? Let's hope it wasn't just an April Fools' Day prank!

This song is now available on the following CDs:
      
Comments:
2007-05-25 filkertom
Sounds great, and MANY points to Mr. Haselman -- excellent fiddle work!
2007-05-25 seamonkey
I fiddle with my instrument all the time... why doesn't Carrie ever call ME up? Oh well, I like this version the best so far!
2007-05-25 devospice
Sorry about that folks. A bug in the security code on the site was preventing anyone but artists from viewing this page. It has been fixed.
2007-05-27 czwrefsteven
I like this version better. Great job. :)
2007-05-29 lukeski
What's wrong with this song? Nothing! I'm happy you finally posted the full length version! :)
2007-05-31 madmanOTL
Love the way it sounds as a full version.
2007-06-02 djseamus
In my mind, there is nothing wrong with inserting a Celtic-style fiddle solo in the middle of a psychedelic, Beatlesque rock-pop song which wouldn't have been out-of-place on "Revolver". Awesome stuff!
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