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E–book [Voices Author Nick Coleman]


  • Hardcover
  • 320
  • Voices Author Nick Coleman
  • Nick Coleman
  • English
  • 06 February 2019
  • 9780224102513

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Voices Author Nick Coleman

review Voices Author Nick Coleman Voices Author Nick Coleman Read Ç 9 Ciologically or in terms of musicological influence and innovation in style Voices takes a different tack In ten discrete but cohering essays Coleman tackles the arc of that history as if it were an emotional experience with real psychological conseuences – as chaotic random challenging and unpredictable as life itself It is the story of what it is to listen and learn Above all it is a story of what it means to fee. Intriguing focus on the power of voice and the author s own hearing problems make the topic all the acute Explorations of singing and nuance and the way we through music project our voice and emotion into the world was fascinating

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review Voices Author Nick Coleman Voices Author Nick Coleman Read Ç 9 Food Shelter Warmth LoveVoicesOther people’s voices singing – the fifth essential necessity of lifeNick Coleman’s new book is an exploration of what singing means and how it works What does it do to us to listen hard and habitually to somebody else’s singing And why is the singing of others so essential to human life Why do we love it soThe book asks many other uestions too What was Roy Orbison’s problem Wh. I won this in a Goodreads giveaway This book is part memoir and part music history Very easy and relaxing read

review Voices Author Nick Coleman

review Voices Author Nick Coleman Voices Author Nick Coleman Read Ç 9 O does Joni Mitchell think she is Why did Jagger and Lennon sing like that and not like this What did Aretha Franklin do to deserve the title ‘ueen of Soul’ For that matter what is 'soul’ What is the point of crooning What does it say about you if Frank Sinatra leaves you cold Billie Janis Amy must the voices of anguish always dissolve into spectacleThe history of post war popular music is traditionally told so. An exploration of the pop and rock singers whose sound has meant something to Coleman an established music journalist They re not necessarily the most technically adroit or conventionally beautiful voices but they re the ones that have connected somewhere deep in his gut His writing is both off the wall the first chapter includes extended musing on a putative race of post apocalyptic ant men and their likely reaction to the music of Elvis Presley and Little Richard and effectively personal there s a beautiful section on watching a friend have a panic attack to the sounds of Joy Division Really worthwhile now I have a playlist