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Sheff spoke with NPR's Kelly McEvers about what he was going through as he wrote Away, and how he's thinking about the project now that it has been released. ... It's "Okkervil River R.I.P.", and in the video you're actually singing from inside a.
And I forged my mother's birth certificate and I dyed my hair blonde and I wore a hat with a veil and high-heeled shoes and I was smoking a Lucky Strike cigarette, unfiltered, and I was sure I was going to get in the door smoking my cigarette and going.
Elvis does a wonderful job with cover songs; his version of “Penny Lane” at the White House is masterful, with a beautiful trumpet solo by MSgt Matthew Harding of the USMC band. [Embedded above]. The cover that's been occupying a lot of my attention .
GROSS: You're really working far ahead. REISS: It's sort of a good thing which is if - we throw in some topical allusions, but I think it's going to make the show a little more - it'll be a little timeless because we can't ride every current thing and.
You can sort by one of nearly a dozen genres or select a playlist created by members of NPR Music's staff and our member station partners, or just hit shuffle and listen until you find a new favorite of your own. ... The Vermont-born songwriter is.
“Coming ToYour Galaxy This Summer,” blared the lobby posters like a John Williams trumpet cue. It was early 1977, ... “I remember being excited that I was going off to UCLA – 'Star Wars' made it seem like something exciting (in filmmaking) was going on.
But the song] logged 1.19 million on-demand streams (audio and video combined) in the tracking week ending Oct. 27, according to Nielsen Music , a 412 percent increase from the week prior. It's on track for a big gain in the week ending Nov. 3 (the day.
As I watch our kids grow up, it seems like the years are going by in a flash, and I want the opportunity to enjoy my kids before they're grown. In a sense, I guess it's a bit midlife crisis-y of us, but at least we're sharing our midlife crisis with.
But when listening to Scrooge's musical quest for the treasure of the lost lamp, you might assume you're listening to the score for a long lost Indiana Jones picture, if given a somewhat lighter spin. Few composers gave that era's kid -friendly comedy.
The playlist was still going . I must not have turned off the repeat button from yesterday morning when I had my music on shuffle at work! I sat straight upright — it's a small discovery, but I've always wondered if I could use the repeat function to.