Daily Archives: January 2, 2021

A Case Of Missed Identity

Recently I read three memoirs by musicians that seemed in many ways to intersect. Indeed, all of the memoirs were connected by a variety of common threads–all three of the musicians were ones whose best years were behind them as … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Meaning Of Mariah

The Meaning Of Mariah, by Mariah Carey with Michaela Angela Davis It must have been a difficult task for the co-author of this book to take the scattered and not very chronological tea dished out by Mariah Carey and to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Let Love Rule

Let Love Rule, by Lenny Kravitz with David Ritz I must admit that before reading this book I was not particularly aware of the personal life and history of Lenny Kravitz, despite the fact that I have long been fond … Continue reading

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Book Review: More Myself: A Journey

More Myself: A Journey, by Alicia Keys It may not be particularly surprising, but in reading this book I was struck by the fact that Alicia Keys was, like many people, a lot more likable when she was trying to … Continue reading

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