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Petula Clark: Singing for Us, Not at Us THE WILD REED - June 30, 2017 ... for Just Listen to This , Pete Sargeant noted that it "contains a number of new compositions by Clark as well as some interpretations." I like what Sargeant goes on to say about his use of the word "interpretations" in relation to Petula. I use that word because "cover" is not what Petula Clark does, any more than Tony Bennett or Miles Davis ever do or did. To get inside a song and do something fresh with it is a skill a relative few artists evolve to. Hendrix did at a young ...http://thewildreed.blogspot.com/2017/06/petula-clark-singing-for-us-not-at-us.html

On Bob Dylan's Nobel Speech CRISIS MAGAZINE - June 14, 2017 ... to the same experience in different ways." We are not predetermined beings. Dylan is aware of the Old Testament background of Ahab in the whole story. The Old Testament, his own family heritage, is about a covenant made with Yahweh. Are we loyal to it or are we not? Music, especially Blue Grass and country music are noticeably filled with nostalgia and broken promises—"I was dancin' with my darling to the Tennessee Waltz…." Life is filled with broken promises, but also with kept ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/nJGemX2Fjj0/bob-dylan-nobel-speech

Chris Cornell - 1964-2017 UNAM SANCTAM CATHOLICAM - May 28, 2017 ... that accompany the rite: One final thought: I think one thing that was so disturbing about Chris Cornell's death for me personally was that I thought he was "safe." He had outlived many of his musical peers and made it to age 52, not the age we typically associate with rock star suicide. Whether Cornell killed himself intentionally or not - the Ativans he took for anxiety had a side effect of making one suicidal - it is a reminder that one does not outgrow ...http://unamsanctamcatholicam.blogspot.com/2017/05/chris-cornell-1964-2017.html