In Reply to: What have you done for me lately posted by Smokey Stover on May 05, 2007. : I'm looking for the origin of the phrase "what have you done for me lately?" I'm pretty sure it wasn't Janet Jackson's song - but I can't find any info about it - only that it's used everywhere . There's a literature that I cannot point to that juxtaposes the two, in a way-something like, "For these hard guys, it's not important what you've done for them. What count's is what you've done for them LATELY. SS. I thought Safire would have that phrase in his political dictionary, but he didn't.
Deerhoof’s La Isla Bonita was largely inspired by Janet Jackson and Madonna, so much so that single Paradise Girls evolved from a demo of the band covering Jackson’s What Have You Done For Me Lately. Percussion overlord Gregg Saunier offered this quote to The Fader: We’ve been in Europe now for two weeks and the question I’m getting asked more than any other is whether the title La Isla Bonita was not just a joke, and our claims of influence a fanciful publicity.
Album Recovering The Satellites. Have You Seen Me Lately? Lyrics. Get away from me, just get away from me This isn't gonna be easy, but I don't need you Believe me Yeah, you got a piece of me But it's just a little piece of me And I don't need anyone And these days, I feel like I'm fading away Like sometimes when I hear myself.
The Larry Sanders Show: What Have You Done For Me Lately? Kyle Ryan. It focused on the world of a middle-of-the-road late-night talk show, with Shandling as the neurotic host, Rip Torn as his trusted producer Artie, Jeffrey Tambor as his square sidekick, and a cast of supporting players who worked behind the scenes, including Janeane Garofalo, pre-plugs Jeremy Piven, Wallace Langham, and eventually Bob Odenkirk, Mary Lynn Rajskub, and too. many celebrity cameos to mention. In show business, you can hire somebody to say ‘no’ for you. ) The Larry-Artie relationship is the heart of The Larry Sanders Show, with Rip Torn-in the role he was born to play-as the irascible Guy Behind The Guy who runs the whole operation.
Janet Jackson’s number one hit What Have You Done For Me Lately from the Control album has been chosen as the song dedicated to the city of Portland. Janet’s NUMBER ONES: Up Close & Personal tour, is her largest-ever world tour. Of her upcoming engagement in Portland the Icon has said, I’ll be dancing for you till I lose my breath Portland! See you at the end of the month.