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Laura Nyro

You can call music amazing all you like; you can overuse that adjective in abundance all over the comments sections of social media platforms, but to me, it isn’t amazing unless it reaches a part of your soul that identifies with you in a way that is so resonantly truthful to oneself, that it brings tears to your eyes, sends shivers up your spine, and there isn’t really a tangible way in which your love of it can be expressed. 300 more words


The Key

Today my boss gave me a key so I could open the coffee shop next week. I put it in my purse.

Five minutes later, I casually checked on it and then couldn’t find it. 567 more words

Save the Country by The Fifth Dimension

It was the early seventies, I presume.  For some reason, my brother had taken me to see Newport County football team in their home ground; even though we were really Cardiff City supporters.  271 more words


Lost In The Flood: Hard-To-Find '70s Albums (Linda Ronstadt's "Different Drum")

The Analog Kid blog has been featuring out-of-print ’80s albums on “The Lost Boys” series for quite a while, and now it’s time for the ’70s to join the party! 671 more words

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Wedding Bell Blues-- Laura Nyro

Before my wedding, Pearl received a wake up call. If she didn’t lose a lot of weight, she wouldn’t have enough stamina to dance at her daughter’s wedding. 21 more words


The Taming of the Shrew, The Heidi Chronicles, and The Dead Play.

Good Morning:

Can we please finally agree that The Taming of the Shrew is a dead play? Please?

I probably should backtrack and start over. 965 more words

The San Francisco Scene--Seen!

Eli and the Thirteenth Confession (1968) - Laura Nyro

To say Laura Nyro was ahead of her time is a meaningless statement considering there has been none such a perfected brand of musical prowess since. 240 more words