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Even Flow (1991) – Pearl Jam

Even Flow is the third song to appear here from Pearl Jam’s debut masterpiece record – Ten. More information about my connection to this music and the founding of Pearl Jam is in my article on their debut single ‘Alive‘.

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Eugene Onegin Overture (1879) – Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

It’s raining again here in Bogotá and by golly did I need this tune on New Years Day to lift the spirits! Tchaikovsky was a Russian composer of the Romantic period. The Eugene Onegin Overture is the second featured Tchaikovsky

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Etud Op 10 No. 3 (1832) – Frédéric Chopin

Étude Op. 10, No. 3, in E major, is the first piece to appear here from Polish composer Frédéric Chopin. He was a virtuoso pianist from the Romantic period who wrote primarily for piano. Today’s piece was first published in

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Estrellitas y Duendes (1990) – Juan Luis Guerra

This latina song I could hear over and over and never grow tired listening to. Juan Luis Guerra has featured here many times, but if I had to pick just one song of his which I could have on repeat

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20/12 – 26/12/21 Happy XMAS (War is Over), The Mirror & Robin Williams.

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. John Lennon – Happy XMAS (War is Over)Music article at PowerPop Here is another article from a good friend in virtual world, Max at

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Change (2021) – The War on Drugs

I don’t do these impromptu posts often, but when I hear a good thing it makes me just want to expose it, like the David Hobson version of song – Jerusalem a few days ago. I just finished writing a

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Eres Tu (1973) – Mocedades

Eres Tu (It’s You) is one of my favourite Spanish songs. It was written by Juan Carlos Calderón and performed by the Spanish band Mocedades, with Amaya Uranga performing the lead vocal. We are not just talking about any song

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Piano Concerto No 20 in D Minor K466 2nd Movement (1785) – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Above any other piece, this Mozart concerto is why I chose to write about music. My grandmother Dorothy Walton (pictured above) who I adored so much and miss beyond belief played this Mozart concerto to us. Dot as she was

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13/12 – 19/12/21 Hidden Treasures, Amadeus Making & Christmas

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. Hidden TreasuresShort Story at Weave a Web Bruce Goodman is not only a good friend in virtual world, but my favourite story-teller or cuentero.

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End of the Line (1988) – Traveling Wilburys

End of the Line is from one of the most accessible country and folk – rock records I have ever heard – Traveling Wilburys Volume 1. If I had to choose just one album to introduce someone to this genre

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