Tom Simard

Poetry, Music, and Prose

Wednesday’s Choice

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10 thoughts on “Wednesday’s Choice

  1. orijinalchris on said:

    Nice… Sinead back when she was still cool… before she lost the plot.

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    • It’s a song and a voice I can listen to over and over and still be absolutely amazed.

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      • orijinalchris on said:

        I really loved/love the album ‘Am I Not Your Girl’… really showcases her awesome vocal skill.

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      • I don’t know that one, thanks. I’ll check it out. She does have one awesome voice.

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      • orijinalchris on said:

        Please let me know your opinion… I consider this her ‘jazz’ album, though it’s not all jazz, but it’s all gorgeous (:

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      • To start off, I should probably say I’ve never taken to big band music.
        The softer the instrumentation the more I liked the song. Probably my favorite is Gloomy Sunday.
        Well done for her doing this – songs she grew up listening to that inspired her.

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      • orijinalchris on said:

        I never really thought of it as big band music, but, of course, it is… though I’d say it’s an understated big band sound, in that her voice is by far the dominant instrument.
        This is somewhere our mostly similar music tastes diverge… I love Benny Goodman and Glen Miller, love ragtime and swing.

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      • And a beautiful instrument it is.

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      • orijinalchris on said:

        Yes… I’m listening to it right now!… Love Letters… beautiful.

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  2. Reblogged this on Living, Libraries and [Dead] Languages and commented:
    For Amy and Martine … my choice for Wednesday too have a good day

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