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One Random Single a Day: "You Can't Do Me" (2009) by Madeleine Peyroux

It’s really hard to write about music when a fascist dictatorship is underway, but it’s really one of the only things keeping me stable these days. 614 more words

madeleine peyroux - dance me to the end of love


Madeleine Peyroux (born April 18, 1974, Athens, Georgia, United States) is a French-American jazz and blues singer-songwriter.
When Peyroux was six years old her family moved to Brooklyn and later southern California. 100 more words

Alban Nuhiu

Song of the Day 

​This is the song I hope will run through K’s head. I cannot touch her in the ways that I want to but her mind and perhaps her heart are mine. 12 more words

Love

ALL FOR THE SAKE OF THE SONG, PART I: Favorite Albums of 2016, 40-11

What the pundit class missed, the creative class saw a mile away: These days are perilous, and any one of them could easily be the last. 1,582 more words

Bob Dylan

In concert

Three recent reviews: Norah Jones at the Palladium; Charlie Hunter at Ronnie Scott’s; Madeleine Peyroux at the Festival Hall. All the gigs took place during the London Jazz Festival, although Jones’s date wasn’t actually part of it, for reasons that remain mysterious.

Madeleine Peyroux // Secular Hymns

Madeleine Peyroux: vocals, guitar
Jon Herington: guitar
Barak Mori: bass

Jazz