Posts Tagged ‘solomon burke’
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Tags: Bert Berns, Betty Harris, cry to me, solomon burke, The Rolling Stones
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The New York Times has put together this excellent sound and image montage to pay tribute to the musicians who passed away in 2010, including Johnny Maestro, Alex Chilton, Lena Horne, Gregory Isaacs, Teddy Pendergrass, Solomon Burke and many more.
Tags: Alex Chilton, Gregory Isaacs, Johnny Maestro, Lena Horne, solomon burke, Stars who died in 2010, Teddy Pendergrass
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|Jeff Beck leads the charge for the elder statesmen of rock with five nominations for the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards, including four associated with his album “Emotion & Commotion.” Beck achieved his best ever UK chart placing with the album earlier this year and his highest US chart position since “Blow by Blow” in 1975.|
Tags: Band of Joy, Emotion and Commotion, Eric Clapton, Grammy Awards, Grammy nominations, Grammys, Jeff Beck, Neil Young, Paul McCartney, Robert Plant, solomon burke
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Harley Payette looks back on some of the greatest performances of Solomon Burke, who died on October 10.
|“The first time I heard Solomon Burke sing ‘Proud Mary’ I was plain amazed. 2000 miles away this man crawled right up inside my head to learn what Proud Mary’ was all about. Sure it’s great when someone sings your song – but when he understands it, you listen like it was the first time.” John Fogerty|
Tags: cry to me, Harley Payette, solomon burke
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