Monthly Archives: December 2008

Will You Take Me As I Am book details revealed has posted information about Michelle Mercer’s book Will You Take Me As I Am: Joni Mitchell’s Blue Period, set for release on April 7, 2009. The site has an image of the cover, as well as text from the … Continue reading

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Ethan Browne working on new album

Jackson’s son Ethan Browne made the New York Post’s Page 6 gossip section today when he commented about his kissing scene with Angelina Jolie in the 1995 movie Hackers.   “Those lips were all too succulent.” But of more significance is … Continue reading

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Tom Freund talks about Jackson Browne

In an interview with Short and Sweet NYC, Tom Freund talks about Jackson Browne guesting on his new album Collapsible Plans. A big highlight was Jackson Browne playing two songs with us, singing and playing piano, on “Copper Moon” and “Why … Continue reading

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Read*Mezzanine likes Why

For its Greatest Songs of All-Time series, blogger Read*Mezzanine takes a look at Carly Simon’s collaboration with Chic for the song “Why” from the soundtrack to Soup For One. Creating a loping, reggae-tinged beat, [Bernard] Edwards and [Nile] Rodgers dressed … Continue reading

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CG’ed James Taylor parody

A computer generated music video by animator Bonnie Rose has been created for the comedy music duo Paul and Storm‘s James Taylor parody “If James Taylor Were On Fire”. The song is from their 2007 album Gumbo Pants, which also … Continue reading

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Meet Me In Montauk likes How Can I Tell You

The blog Meet Me In Montauk spotlight’s Cat Stevens’ song “How Can I Tell You?” in its ongoing Song of the Day feature. This is the first tune that really hit me as a bona fide, lay it all on … Continue reading

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Yusuf’s New Years Message quotes new song has a New Years Message from Yusuf (formerly Cat Stevens), who looks back on the year and sees quite a bit of darkness, and then looks forward to the future without compromising his dreams. The message concludes with a … Continue reading

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