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  • Tori Amos’ Memoir, ‘Resistance’, Set For Publication In 2020
    Atria Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, will publish Resistance: A Songwriter’s Story of Hope, Change, and Courage, a timely and passionate call to action for engaging with our current political moment and handling it with intelligence, grace, and integrity, from the Grammy-nominated and multi-platinum singer-songwriter and New York ... read more
    Source: U Discover MusicPublished on 2019-11-09
  • ‘Peachtree Road’: Elton John’s “Statement Of Survival”
    The often-underrated album that Elton John made partly in one of his adopted homes, Atlanta, and named after a street in the city, Peachtree Road, was released on 9 November 2004. It holds a special place in his catalogue not only for the several lesser-known gems it contains, but for ... read more
    Source: U Discover MusicPublished on 2019-11-09
  • ‘Solid’: The Indestructible Hit Album By Ashford & Simpson
    Though husband-and-wife soul duo Ashford & Simpson were responsible for writing several memorable US No.1 records – among them Ray Charles’ ‘Let’s Go Get Stoned’ (1966), Marvin Gaye And Tammi Terrell’s ‘Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing’ (1969) and Diana Ross’ ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough’ (1970) – the title ... read more
    Source: U Discover MusicPublished on 2019-11-09
  • Tear Down This Wall: How Berlin Overcame Division And Changed Music
    21st-century Berlin barely resembles the city that was physically divided by the Berlin Wall. Nowadays, the newly-restored German capital is vibrant, outgoing and future-embracing, but for almost 30 years – from 13 August 1961 to 9 November 1989 – it was physically and ideologically divided, with an actual concrete wall ... read more
    Source: U Discover MusicPublished on 2019-11-09
  • The Biggest Benefit Concerts In History
    Considering how long music and politics have gone hand in hand, it’s surprising it took so long for musicians to realise that they could make a difference by doing what they did best – performing. But after George Harrison staged The Concert For Bangladesh, in 1971, the idea of charity ... read more
    Source: U Discover MusicPublished on 2019-11-09
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