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All of Me – John Legend (2013)

“The overwhelming sensibility is one of optimism,” Legend told BBC News about Teigen’s influence on the album. “She’s definitely affected my songwriting.” – Songfacts.com I became familiar with John Legend from La La Land. He wrote and performed that show-stopper

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All I Really Want To Do – Bob Dylan

‘I ain’t lookin’ to compete with you Beat or cheat or mistreat you Simplify you, classify you Deny, defy or crucify you All I really want to do Is, baby, be friends with you’ Warning this post includes a potentially

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Once (2007) – John Carney (Friday’s Finest)

Once is an Irish romantic drama that had a very modest budget (and ‘approach’ if I might add) and found Oscars success at the 2008 awards season. I have great affection for this movie not only because I had just

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All I Have To Do is Dream – Everly Brothers

The next song in the music library project is The Everly Brothers’ All I Have To Do is Dream. I am reblogging Badfinger’s powerpop article about it (click on image below or go directly to the song at the end

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All Down The Line – Rolling Stones

The next song in the music library project is The Rolling Stones’ ‘All Down The Line’. I am reblogging Badfinger’s powerpop article about it, since that is where I first heard it (click on image below or go directly to

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All Along The Watchtower – Bob Dylan (live Vancouver 11-11-1978)

If it were not for Bob Dylan writing so many great songs, I would probably be listening to more classical music. Today we look at All Along The Watchtower, a Dylan song which became so famous because Jimi Hendrix covered

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Alive – Pearl Jam (1991)

As a an impressionable young adult in the early 90s, the big music blasting our vivacious hearts and minds was ignited from Seattle. Bands like Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains and Sound Garden were pumping the airwaves with a

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Alexandra Leaving – Leonard Cohen

Alexandra Leaving is the third song from Leonard Cohen in the music library project and is the seventh song on his 2001 record Ten New Songs.  Alexandra Leaving is based on “The God Abandons Antony“, a poem by Constantine P.

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Ain’t That Lonely Yet – Dwight Yoakam

The next song in the music library project is Dwight Yoakam’s ‘Ain’t That Lonely Yet’. I am reblogging Badfinger’s Powerpop article about it (click image below), since that is where I first heard it. I found this country song really

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Ain’t No Cure For Love – Leonard Cohen

I would class Ain’t No Cure for Love as a top tier Leonard Cohen song. Unlike the first song of his presented from the library, the restrained and melancholic A Thousand Kisses Deep  I would highly recommend anyone unfamiliar with

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