On the Red Line on Saturday (on my way to test out the Expo line - see earlier post) there was an unusual spectacle in one of the carriages. This woman had some headphones halfway on, and was singing Beatles song at the top of her voice! She was at the start of "All My Loving" when I got on (I've written some of the lyrics down to remind me of the moment). After their initial surprise, people were doing that typical "I don't see anything unusual" look, trying not to notice her by looking everywhere but in her direction.
Tom Jones' song "It's Not Unusual" is not only his signature theme, but also a definite classic record of the 1960s. Thomas John Woodward was born on June 7, 1940, in South Wales. As a young boy, he developed a love for singing and ... Read Post
Acclimating myself to Leonard Cohen’s unusual singing voice took until adulthood. Low and creaky, Cohen sounds as though he’s easing his words through a crack in the wall. He sneaks up on you, and his literary style of songwriting a... Read Post