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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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Psalm 26: I Will Wash My Hands In Innocence

When we look at the biblical examples of washing one’s hands, the most vivid picture that comes to mind is that of the Roman prefect Pontius Pilate washing his hands in a vain attempt to demonstrate his innocence in the … Continue reading

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