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Knopfler´s Kronikles Part 3: BUNTING OUT FOR BASIL´S POETRY
Though some reviewers were exasperated by its difficulty, “Briggflatts” by Basil Bunting was received by most as a masterpiece, hailed as the successor to Pound’s “Cantos” and Eliot’s “Four Quartets” by such critics as Thom Gunn and Cyril Connolly.
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ISN´T HER GRACE AMAZING?
Cheryl Wills, the granddaughter of a Gospel singer, at last shines a spotlight on these spectacular women of song
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Knopfler Kronikles part 2: BERYL
Ken Capobianco in The Boston Globe: “Mark Knopfler does what he does best, delivering finely wrought, elegantly arranged songs of subtle depth and rich musicality, many extending past five minutes without overstaying their welcome.” The public concurred, sending Tracker to No.3 in the UK and No.1 in many other European countries, including Germany, Holland, Denmark, Norway and Austria.
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HOW HAPPY I AM to see a new book on The Incredible String Band
The Incredible String Band evoke love and devotion to all those who fall under their spell. Their world is not ours, but a land of mythical creatures and fey beings.
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REMEMBERING GUY CLARK: Sidetracks and Detours pointed out by Peter Pearson
Now, in Without Getting Killed or Caught: The Life and Music of Guy Clark, writer, producer, and music industry insider Tamara Saviano chronicles the story of this legendary artist from her unique vantage point as his former publicist and producer of the Grammy-nominated album This One’s for Him: A Tribute to Guy Clark. Part memoir, part biography, Saviano’s skillfully constructed narrative weaves together the extraordinary songs, larger-than-life characters, previously untold stories, and riveting emotions that make up the life of this modern-day poet and troubadour.
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Knopfler Kronikles part 1:POETIC LYRICS OR LYRICAL POETRY?
Sometimes a poem will make a good song lyric, but don’t be surprised to find that your lyric makes a bad poem. It all has to do with the difference between words that are meant to be spoken (or sung) and words meant to be read.
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In country music, the men might dominate the radio waves. However it's women, like Maren Morris (left), Mickey Guyton, and Kacey Musgraves, who are making history.
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PLAYING MOON AND FORTY TWO
Thousands of contributors to the legacy and perpetuity of rock and roll are included in this third edition encyclopedia of what is clearly stated to be rock and roll rather than simply an encyclopedia of ´the somewhat obscure names listened to by Norman Warwick. Nevertheless a casual leaf through the entire A to Z threw up a list of many artists who now live in the shaded part of a Venn diagram that sees many in the circle representing The Rolling Stone Encyclopedia of Rock And Roll, and others I would consider to be Norms not ´very well known but nevertheless seminal´figures, all lving together in the shady area.
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HAVE A LITTLE FAITH IN YOUR BOOKSHELF
It seems the man who emerges from this book, who has lived this story is respected as a man and a musician by all who have come to know him.
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BOTTLEGGING WITH BOB
There is one biography that some say tells the story of Bob Dylan through the lens of seven penetrating songs .