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April 5 - April 4th

I don’t know how to handle the comments that are left by readers of my blog. Obviously. I don’t get many, except for all that spam stuff, which can be very amusing at times. 425 more words

Exercise

Laura Nyro was her own genre

There was madness to Laura Nyro’s music. Some songs tip-toed gently as fairy’s feet on flower petals; others stomped like a ghetto gang charging down an alley—and any one of her song’s could do both. 410 more words

Movies

Laura Nyro Interpretations

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. My appreciation for the beauty of original songwriters sometimes arrives through the stylistic interpretation of other artists. 312 more words

Singer-Songwriter

Laura Nyro

Do I know (and dislike) Blood, Sweat, and Tears’s version of “And When I Die”? Yep. The Fifth Dimension covers of both “Wedding Bell Blues” and “Stoned Soul Picnic”? 593 more words

Playlist

March 4 – Laura Nyro – The First Songs

Tonight I was going to write about something that’s been bothering me, but you know me, taking all those side trips to Tangent City. So instead I made myself listen to a Laura Nyro CD, courtesy of the ex. 380 more words

Exercise

Laura Nyro's Eli and the Thirteenth Confession released this date 1968. She was her own genre.

There was madness to Laura Nyro’s music. Some songs tip-toed gently as fairy’s feet on flower petals; others stomped like a ghetto gang charging down an alley—and any one of her song’s could do both. 410 more words

Thoughts

Laura Nyro

Laura Nyro (October 18, 1947 – April 8, 1997).

Nature’s first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf’s a flower;
But only so an hour. 2,465 more words

Alice Cooper