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8 thoughts on “ The Radical Dylan - John Hammond - From Bessie Smith to Bruce Springsteen (VHS)

  1. The hinge track on this record is the empathic and moving version of Elliott Smith's "Between the Bars." With tense sound effects whispering in the backdrop and Goldings' celeste setting the atmosphere, once again Amendola's brushes whisper and shimmer, giving the singer an anchor in the depth of the song's unofalmysotperptatetavithymisp.coinfo: $
  2. This time, she leaves covers behind and offers new songs, written or co-written with Patrick Warren (Bonnie Raitt, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen), Brian MacLeod (Leonard Cohen, Tina Turner), David Baerwald (Joni Mitchell, Sheryl Crow) and producer Larry Klein (Joni Mitchell, Shawn Colvin, Herbie Hancock).
  3. He received a George Foster Peabody Award for a program on famed A&R man John Hammond, who discovered Bessie Smith, Aretha Franklin and Bob Dylan, among others. A copy of the VHS box set at Mr.
  4. Dec 07,  · Coming so early in the show, it may seem that the session John Hammond did with Bessie Smith in , her last, was also his first. But as a producer, Hammond actually goes back a year earlier.
  5. Aug 28,  · A tribute to John Hammond, one of America's best talent scouts. The musicians with which he was associated list thus: Count Basie, Bille Holiday, Teddy Wilson, Bob Dylan, George Benson and Bruce Category: Documentary, Special Interest.
  6. Because that program, which has been rerun several times, was a unique tribute overflowing with live talent, it is difficult to understand the raison d’etre for “John Hammond: From Bessie.
  7. 10 A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall - as 9, excerpt from third verse to end of song with talkover (R). Other excerpts from this performance are on the VHS documentary John Hammond: From Bessie Smith To Bruce Springsteen (see VHS & DVD s Part 1) and the VHS/DVD documentary The Beatles Anthology (see VHS & DVD s Part 2).
  8. 1 videocassette (VHS) (36 min.). "Black and tan" is the first film appearance of Duke Ellington's Orchestra featuring Cootie Williams and Johnny Hodges. "St. Louis blues" shows the magic of Bessie Smith's voice. VHS The Black music of Brazil.

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