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  1. Zulusida

    Kate McGarrigle lost her battle with cancer on February 18, , ending one of the more remarkable partnerships in contemporary music. Kate and her sister Anna were both gifted songwriters who created gentle but emotionally powerful melodies and lyrics that were witty, clever, pithy, and honest without losing their awe for life's mysteries. But just as importantly, the McGarrigle Sisters.
  2. Vudotaur

    Sing Me the Songs: Celebrating the Works of Kate McGarrigleis a two-disc compilationtribute albumto Canadian singer-songwriter Kate McGarrigle, released by Nonesuch Recordsin June
  3. Kigam

    Jul 29,  · The late Kate McGarrigle was a terrific singer/songwriter, whose critically-acclaimed work with her sister Anna is among the best in the world of contemporary folk music. But she is something of a national treasure in her home country of Canada (not to mention being the mother of Rufus and Martha Wainwright, whose fans surely count her as an.
  4. Dushicage

    Album: Sing Me the Songs: Celebrating the Work of Kate McGarrigle. Artist: Various Artists. Label: Matapedia and Tell My Sister typify the emotions at play and how they impact on songs we.
  5. Kazrami

    Onder de volledige titel Sing Me The Songs – Celebrating The Works Of Kate McGarrigle is een uitzonderlijke selectie uit de legendarische concerten ter nagedachtenis aan de vermaarde Kate McGarrigle verschenen. Op 2 CD’s vastgelegd met vele opvallende uitvoerende artiesten, valt nogmaals op hoe volkomen origineel de songs zijn die Kate, vaak samen met haar [ ].
  6. Kazizuru

    On June 25, , Nonesuch Records releases Sing Me the Songs: Celebrating the Works of Kate McGarrigle, which features highlights from three concerts in honor of the late Kate McGarrigle, the beloved singer and Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame member.
  7. Netaur

    Aug 04,  · Kate McGarrigle () was a great Canadian songwriter. That is one of two keys to the success of this ‘live’ celebration of her works.
  8. Shaktigami

    A review of this album in the Guardian newspaper described it as 'glorious' and that really sums it up. There is much to be thankful for in the life and work of Kate McGarrigle; she wrote a good many fine songs; she produced two of the finest young artists to have emerged in recent years; she, with her sister Anna, had their own unique musical sensibility - nothing they wrote really sounds as /5(65).

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