Posts tagged with "LEONARD COHEN"

Video & Web Interview TOM PRASADA-RAO

Photo credit Rodney Bursiel Video Feature & Web-Exclusive Interview Artist:  TOM PRASADA-RAO Video:  “$20 Bill”—for George Floyd  TOM PRASADA-RAO SPEAKS TRUTH WITH SIMPLICITY IN HIS SONG “$20 BILL” “$20 Bill,” an instant classic for 2020, is a powerful song for George Floyd. It is a modern-day hymn of justice for the oppressed. Musician Dan Navarro said it best: “Tom has written the song of a lifetime.” Tom Prasada-Rao has... 

Video Feature & Interview CARRIE RODRIGUEZ

Video Feature & Web-Exclusive Interview Artist: CARRIE RODRIGUEZ Video: “I Dreamed I Was Lola Beltrán” from the album Lola  CARRIE RODRIGUEZ FEATURED AT BLUE ROCK ALIVE! VIRTUAL SUMMER CONCERT SERIES Carrie Rodriguez will be the featured artist this Thursday (August 6) at Blue Rock aLIVE!—a unique virtual summer concert series—featuring iconic Austin-based artists every Thursday this summer. Blue Rock is a good example of innovation,... 

Track Premiere + Exclusive Interview ED ROMANOFF

Track Premiere & Web-Exclusive Interview Musician:  ED ROMANOFF Track Premiere:  “Less Broken Now” Photo credit Shervin Lainez Ed Romanoff worked alongside producer Simone Felice (The Lumineers) to record his sophomore album The Orphan King at Felice’s barn studio just miles down the road in Palenville, NY. The pair corralled an impressive roster of collaborators to appear on the album including Romanoff’s longtime friend and touring... 

Track Premiere & Web Exclusive Interview Sarah Aroeste

TRACK PREMIERE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Musician:  SARAH AROESTE Track Premiere:  “La Ketubá De La Ley”   A Ladino/English song celebrating the holiday of Shavuot, from the new Sarah Aroeste album Together/Endjuntos Sarah Aroeste releases the first-ever, all-original bilingual Ladino/English Holiday album, Together/Endjuntos today. She has created an eclectic collection that combines elements of Bhaṅgṛā, rap, cabaret, merengue... 

LEONARD COHEN

LEONARD COHEN Old Ideas [Columbia]  It’s a funny thing to say about a septuagenarian, but Leonard Cohen has really grown into his voice. What was always a distinctive instrument has deepened on his new album into a resonant purr capable of insinuating itself into the deepest part of you. Old Ideas is only the 12th studio album in a musical career stretching back to 1967, but Cohen chooses his words with considerable care. He’s become more... 
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