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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. 233 more words


My 1970 Charts - April

1970 videos

7th April 1970

It’s a first Eurovision song chart-topper for Dana, All Kinds Of Everything won the first of many victories for Ireland and the pretty teenager with the pretty voice and pretty song. 2,831 more words


Oh, Sweet Blindness

“Oh sweet blindness

A little magic, a little kindness

Oh sweet blindness, all over me…” ~Laura Nyro

 Really, Subconscious? I woke up at 4 am the other night with… 1,619 more words

The Writing Life

ToM: "New York Tendaberry" - Laura Nyro

By Jacob Slater

Or, It’s Always Summer When I’m With You

Maybe it’s because I got into music via the 60s and 70s, but there’s just something about that era that I tend to place higher than any other. 1,374 more words


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


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