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Blue Velvet

Pop and Misc. Notes
Blue Velvet

After the success of his song "Blue on Blue" (#3 in mid-1963), Vinton decided to record an album of "Blue" songs ("Blue Moon," "Blue Hawaii," "Am I Blue," etc). As he was picking up sheet music in Nashville, Vinton received a gift from publisher Al Gallico: a copy of "Blue Velvet," which in 1951 was the last major hit for Tony Bennett. The song fit very well with Vinton's project, as every song on the album had "Blue" in the title.

Blue Velvet

‘Blue Velvet’ is a popular...

Last Updated (Sunday, 15 March 2015 13:37)


Guantanamera – A Song of Liberty and Love

Latin French, Italian Notes
Guantanamera – A Song of Liberty and Love

Guajira is a musical form which evokes a rural ambience in its texts, instrumentation and style. In the years around 1900 a style of guajira emerged in association with Cuban music theater. The music is a mixture of 3/4 and 6/8 rhythms. According to Sánchez de Fuentes, its first section is in a minor key, its second section in a major key.


In general, the songs in this repertoire are no longer well known in Cuba. Hence, for most...

Last Updated (Saturday, 21 March 2015 14:38)


Statesboro Blues

Blues Notes
Statesboro Blues

Gregg Allman gave his brother Duane the Taj Mahal album as well as a bottle of medicine for his cold. The next time Gregg saw him, Duane had emptied the bottle, washed the label off, and was using it to play slide guitar.

Duane Allman started playing Statesboro Blues after hearing the version by Taj Mahal. Taj Mahal made a "wonderful modernized version" on his eponymous 1968 debut album.

Statesboro Blues

There are really two “Statesboro Blues” (blueses): first by...

Last Updated (Friday, 13 March 2015 16:12)


No Woman No Cry by Bob Marley

Pop and Misc. Notes
No Woman No Cry by Bob Marley

No Woman No Cry is a title of a song written by Bob Marley, a famous Jamaican Reggae artist. The meaning of “No Woman No Cry” is controversial.

I’ve thought that the meaning is “There is no woman who does not cry”. However, someone says the meaning is “Women! Do not cry !”. It would be rendered "No, woman, nuh cry" in Jamaican Patois. The "nuh", which makes a shorter vowel sound for "no", is the equivalent of the contraction "don't".

No Woman...

Last Updated (Saturday, 14 March 2015 12:21)


Strawberry Field Forever

Rock Notes
Strawberry Field Forever

"Strawberry Fields Forever" is a song by The Beatles, written by John Lennon and attributed to the Lennon/McCartney songwriting partnership.


Strawberry Field was a Salvation Army home in Liverpool where John Lennon used to go. One of Lennon's childhood treats was the garden party held each summer in Calderstones Park near the Salvation Army Home every year, where a Salvation Army band played.


Lennon's aunt Mimi Smith recalled: "As soon as we could hear the...

Last Updated (Saturday, 14 March 2015 13:34)

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