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Don’t Believe The Hype

Sometimes I’m a little slow to catch on as to which songs are popular and good at radio, but eventually I usually end up encountering them in between audiobooks, and so it was with the recent #1 Alternative and top … Continue reading

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The Many Layers Of Panini

First of all, let us be clear about what we are talking about.  As much as I enjoy a good panini, I am not talking about the tasty food, but rather about the song by Lil Nas X.  In this … Continue reading

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As I Walk Into The Great Unknown

Rachel Platten, if she is remembered at all, is remembered generally as a one-hit wonder for her empowerment anthem “Fight Song” and for her debut album Wildfire, both of which were widely panned as among the worst music of 2016.  … Continue reading

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A Preliminary Defense Of The Jets’ You’ve Got It All

One of the consistent patterns of song reviewing is that a certain set of songs consistently receives a lot of hate by those who review music in given years.  One of those songs happens to be one I greatly enjoy … Continue reading

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I Need A Little Church

A few days ago, as I was looking through my You Tube video suggestions, I saw that sister act Aly & AJ had a new music video that I had never seen.  While I have been fond of their music … Continue reading

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Eleanor Rigby

Earlier this week I answered a random twitter question that asked what songs would be good to make television series from?  The first song I happened to think of was Eleanor Rigby, which is perhaps an easy thing to understand.  … Continue reading

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I Know This Must Be The Room In Your Heart

As a result of my fondness for Todd In The Shadows and his reviews of one hit wonders [1] I became familiar with the band Living In A Box, which is best known in the United States for their song … Continue reading

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Attributed To G.F. Handel

For many years, one of the go-to songs in my repertoire as a lyrical tenor has been the moving and stately oratorio “Thanks Be To Thee,” attributed to G.F. Handel.  As I was asked to give a solo performance during … Continue reading

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An Introduction To The Songs Of Ascent: Part Two

[Note:  This post is part of a series [1] on the Songs of Ascent] Before we can have much to say about the Songs of Ascent themselves, it is worthwhile to introduce the contents of the Songs of Ascents themselves.  … Continue reading

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Song Review: Color

In reviewing this song I will try to avoid channeling too much of my inner fanboy because I am well aware of the fact that something that might seem like a perfectly Nathanish song may not resonate with other people … Continue reading

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