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Sheeran faces new $100m lawsuit for ‘copying’ song

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Williams to perform at World Cup after song controversy

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Will Smith ‘to perform World Cup song’

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Kanye West defends pro-Trump sentiments in new song

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Ariana Grande teases new song ahead of attack anniversary

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The Westworld Season 2 “Spoiler Video” Is Out, Complete With Evan Rachel Wood Singing a Very Familiar Song

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Zayn Malik’s website crashes as he shares song

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Radiohead deny suing Del Rey for ‘copying song’

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EXCLUSIVE: Kenzo Taps Karen O to Record Original Song

HEAR MY SONG: First film, now music. Having commissioned leading filmmakers including Gregg Araki and Sean Baker to create short films, Kenzo has tapped singer-songwriter Karen O to record an original song, and writer-director Ana Lily Amirpour to direct the accompanying film.
Titled “Yo! My Saint,” the track will be released on Jan. 12 across more than 50 streaming services including Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, Pandora, Deezer and Google Play Music. A companion limited-edition vinyl is to go on sale on Jan. 22 in Kenzo stores and online.
While championing female talent is nothing new for Kenzo creative directors Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, the project marks the first time the label has released an original song. Others brands which have produced music include Burberry, which supports British artists via its Burberry Acoustic initiative, and Kitsuné, which has its own record label.

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Best known as the frontwoman of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, O — whose full name is Karen Lee Orzolek — frequently works with director Spike Jonze, another member of Kenzo’s extended tribe of creative collaborators. The two were nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song for “The Moon Song,” which appeared on the soundtrack of Jonze’s movie “Her.”
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Migos Switch Things Up With New, Pharrell-Produced Song ‘Stir Fry’ (Listen)

Migos’ “Culture” album is at or near the top of many year-end lists — including Variety’s — and less than a year after its release, they’re dropping the follow-up, inexplicably named “Culture 2,” in January. The group dropped a collaboration with Nicki Minaj and Cardi B earlier this month called “Motor Sport” (featured on the […]

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Spice up your video! Girls reunite for Mel C song

A full Spice Girls reunion may still be just a pipe dream, but four of the original five are appearing together again.
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Lin-Manuel Miranda and Artists for Puerto Rico Release Hurricane-Relief Song ‘Almost Like Praying’ (Listen)

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Sam Smith ‘good at getting dumped’ in new song

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Nile Rodgers shed tears over new George Michael song

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‘Mickey’ singer sues South Park over Obama song

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Is Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” Secretly a Theme Song for Arya Stark?

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Cara Delevingne Writes, Records Song for Movie Soundtrack

DELEVINGNE’S DUALITY: Not only is Cara Delevingne starring in Luc Besson’s “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” but the model-actress is also featured on the soundtrack of the film. Earlier this week, Delevingne took to Instagram to release footage from a music video involving a song from the movie’s soundtrack. Delevingne wrote and recorded the song “I Feel Everything,” which was produced by Pharrell Williams.

Rihanna, Clive Owen and Ethan Hawke are among stars featuring in the movie “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” which is currently in theaters.
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Delevingne has already worked with Williams, in 2015. She sang the song “CC The World,” which he wrote. The two also dance together in the short film “Reincarnation,” a teaser for a Chanel show in 2014. The two performed together, as well, at Karl Lagerfeld’s request, at the Chanel Métiers d’Art show in New York at the Park Avenue Armory that same year.
Delevingne recorded the acoustic track “Sun Don’t Shine” with singer-songwriter Will Heard in 2013.
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Song by Prince’s father released to mark birthday

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Drake Writes Song for Louis Vuitton Men’s Show

READING THE SIGNS: The soundtrack of the Louis Vuitton men’s show in Paris on Thursday will feature a new song specially composed by Drake.
The rapper unveiled the collaboration on his Instagram: “New song inspired by @louisvuitton @mrkimjones new collection 🌼 Drake x LV premieres tmrw produced by @ovo40.” The image featured a Hawaiian-style floral print with the words: “Drake signs LV.”

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A spokeswoman for Vuitton confirmed the track was titled “Signs,” and said the score was curated by October Firm, the music project created by Drake and Oliver El-Khatib, co-founder of his Ovo Sound label.
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Bride Serenades New Wife With An Elvis Song During Their First Dance

These newlyweds are starting their marriage off on the right note.

On April 28, bride Heather Ni Chearnaigh surprised her new wife Lauren O’Sullivan during their first dance with a beautiful rendition of Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling In Love.”

Halfway through the song, the rest of their guests joined in for a sing-along at the Cork, Ireland wedding.

“I have always expressed myself through music and what better way to express my love for my wife than through a song with such meaningful lyrics!” Heather, a piano teacher and wedding singer, told HuffPost in an email.

The performance was a complete surprise to the Lauren and their guests. Before the wedding, Heather had been practicing with Lauren’s Uncle Mick, who plays guitar in the video, and also arranged for printed lyrics to be handed out to their other family and friends. 

“As a wedding singer, I am used to singing in front of crowds and nerves would never be an issue, but singing to my wife, the most important person in my life, and my biggest critic, now that was nerve-wracking,” Heather told HuffPost. “Tears streamed from Lauren’s face as I started to sing. Immediately after the first dance Lauren hugged me and said, ‘You get more amazing every day.’” 

The couple first met online four and a half years ago and have been inseparable ever since. Below, more photos from the couple’s special day. 

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On ‘Saturday Night Live,’ Alec Baldwin Sings a Swan Song for Trump

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How many people does it take to write a hit song?

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Mariah Carey’s Song ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’ To Become Movie

Mariah Carey’s iconic holiday romp of a song “All I Want For Christmas Is You” is about to become an animated film.

Carey made the announcement for the film, which will be released during the 2017 holiday season, on Twitter: 

“There are traditions we can’t live without. The tree, the stockings, the presents, and Mariah Carey,” the attached trailer teases.

We couldn’t agree more, Mariah.

Let’s face it, no matter what time of year that you’re listening to it, “All I Want For Christmas Is You” is unequivocally the best song Carey has ever produced. Yes, “Heartbreaker” was of course THE jam that caused women everywhere to want to dance around movie theaters in crop tops in 1999, but it pales in comparison to the glory of “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” 

“All I Want For Christmas Is You” is romance, tiny Santa-themed dresses, happiness, “Love Actually.” It’s only natural that it be made into a film.

We already know a cartoon Mariah is purely delightful (courtesy of that impossibly perfect “Heartbreaker” video) so we’re waiting with bated breath for this film’s release.

If you want to keep up with the film’s news because you can’t wait either, you can follow along at @AllIWantMovie.

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Steve From ‘Blue’s Clues’ Made A Song For Kids About Pooping In The Toilet

We just figured out poo’s clues.

Late last year, The Huffington Post caught up with former “Blue’s Clues” host Steve Burns about his and friend Steven Drozd’s kids album, “Foreverywhere.”

Well, now it’s finally out along with a new video for the potty training anthem, “OK Toilet Bowl.”

And … this. Is. The. Poop.

Burns previously told us that after talking with child development specialists, he learned that defecating in the toilet was a big issue for kids.

“This is a song … about courage,” Burns said.

Good thing for kids (and adults), Steve from “Blue’s Clues” is like Ex-Lax for fears.

“I am no longer afraid. I’m proud of the poop that I made,” sings Burns.

Sit back and relax as Steve drops some sweet knowledge while teaching us all how to drop a deuce. 

Like, did you know eating beets can turn your poo red? You can’t beet that. At one point, there’s even a poo haiku involving toilet paper that’ll make you go, “Aw, sheet!”

We’d call this video No. 1. But it’s more like No. 2. (Because, you know … poop.) Either way, the new song teaches us if Blue can poo, we can, too.

Foreverywhere” is out now.

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British songwriter accuses U2 of stealing song

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Prince’s unreleased song stash bought up

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The Struggle To Figure Out How A Song In A Kids’ Book Really Goes

Sometimes when you read a book to a child, you reach a part that’s meant to be sung. But what do you do when you don’t know the intended tune and don’t see any sheet music on the page?

According to the funny moms of the BreakWomb, you just make it up.

In their latest comedy video, the ladies debate the merits of their various musical interpretations of children’s book songs.

Let’s just say there’s quite a bit of variety in melody, tempo and tone. Clearly, they need a little guidance from Sandra Boynton herself … or this helpful CD.

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Emma Stone and the SNL Ladies Nail a Song About Awkwardness of Casual Holiday Gift Giving

‘Tis the season — for digging through your closet for present to regift.

The ladies of Saturday Night Live along with host Emma Stone served up a completely relatable tune about the peril of swapping holiday gifts with casual acquaintances and the one item that always fills the void: a candle.

In the style of a ’90s music video, the SNL cast chronicled the journey of a peach-scented candle as it changes hands from one struggling gift giver to another.

But Aidy Bryant also gives a warning not to undermine the value of the present by pairing it with another little goody.

She sings, “When you give a candle that is all that she needs, don’t pair it with the lotion or some little cream. A lot of people think two gifts are better than one, but that just makes each seem smaller and dumb.”

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A sad song of musical censorship in India and Pakistan

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At the end of September 2016, the Indian motion picture producer’s association, India’s largest organisation related to entertainment, announced a ban on all Pakistani artists.

In retaliation, Pakistan authorities imposed a complete ban on airing Indian content on all its TV channels, including Bollywood movies.

This cultural war, triggered by the September Uri attacks in Kashmir, is far from new.

Indeed it is a sad reminder of last year, when the Indian ultra regionalist Maharashtrian-based party Shiv Sena threatened to disrupt a performance by celebrity singer Ghulam Ali in Mumbai, forcing the concert to be cancelled.

What are we to make of these episodes that occur now with depressing regularity, enjoy prime-time popularity on Indian television and then die down, only to be recalled when yet another event takes its place?

As with so many things, there is a historical explanation for the appropriation of music and performance practices as part of the nationalist project in both India and Pakistan.

As a historian, I have investigated the very complex and contested history that music in North India had with Partition – when India and Pakistan were divided in 1947. The artificial boundaries that nationalism constructed then are being reinforced to this day via these music disputes.

North Indian music mixes complex social worlds

Until 1947, music, or more specifically classical music, in North India belonged to a complex social universe. It was written and performed in princely establishments, courts and bourgeois public spheres in cities. It was present in both Hindu Vaishnav temples and Sufi Islamic silsilas – social circles that formed around specific teachers and followers, where music was an integral channel for experiencing mystic ecstasy.

From these cultural and social milieu sprung qawwali, a form of spiritual devotional music popular to this day across South Asia.


The late Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (here in 1980) was a world renowned qawwali artist.

North Indian music flourished in the 17th and 18th centuries, in virtually all of Mughal North India, which extended from Gujarat in the west to Jaunpur and Benaras in the east (the current state of Uttar Pradesh); from the Punjab to the Mughal Deccan. It was part of a composite, Indo-Islamic culture, identified then as as “ganga jumni tehzib“.


Female musicians at the wedding of Mughal emperor Aurangzeb, 1636.
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The style incorporated acoustic elements from diverse sources and rested on a multi-lingual repertoire, conveying the simplicity of both Hindu bhakti and Islamic sufi poetry.

This poetry was inspired by popular devotional movements associated with Hinduism and Islam in the 15th century, which emphasised personal devotion and the value of a teacher. It commanded diverse genres that moved reasonably effortlessly between court and kotha: a space most commonly understood as brothel, but which was also part of the popular entertainment scene.

North Indian music also adapted musical instruments from South and Central Asia to produce new instruments such as the sitar and the sarod, and improvise with new conceptions of melody and vocalisation.


Ravi Shankar popularised the sitar in the West.
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This music was carefully nurtured by specialist families with access to a vast repertoire and a galaxy of brilliant teachers, finding support in small courts that persisted even after the Great Mutiny of 1857, when the Indian army revolted.

Following the mutiny, musical families were much reduced in power and stature, but found new enthusiasts among a growing middle-class gentry whose rise occurred in a new context of western education and colonial employment.

Music and modernity

The heightened middle-class appreciation of music was mediated through the experience of modernity, which inevitably fed new anxieties about inheritance, culture and heritage that had to be projected in a way that was appropriately modern, chaste and spiritual.


Umrao Jaan, was a famous singer-courtesan of the 18th century, immortalised by Bollywood actress Rekha in 1981.

Music, practised by courtesans and Muslim Ustads (teachers and masters), had to be reconciled with the new aspirations of a western-educated, middle-class Hindu society. They needed to repurpose this entertainment to suit a Hindu-accented concept of Indian-ness.

The resolution that unfolded was a series of experiments in the late 19th and early 20th century, including publishing primers on music and setting up music appreciation societies. These were initiated by nationalists and publicists such as Vishnu Narayan Bhatkhande and Vishnu Digamber Paluskar.


A 1971 documentary on V.D Paluskar, considered a main influence in popularising Hindustani music.

The societies that we mention here were early expressions of a growing middle class interest in music and its reformers who ended up assuming responsibility for music’s teaching and transmission. They also brought existing practitioners such as Abdul Karim Khan into a new regime of aesthetic standardisation and institutional support.


Abdul Karim Khan (1871-1937) popularised and reformed the ‘kirana gharana’ style.

Ustads were persuaded to turn over their repertoire to be standardised and printed, while courtesans were marginalised in subtle and sometimes violent ways. Women were forced to give up their profession or move into new spaces afforded by the cinema, refashioning themselves in an appropriate manner as Jaddan Bai, the mother of legendary and pioneer Bollywood artist Nargis, did.


Jaddan Bai was the mother of Nargis, one of Bollywood’s first sweethearts.

Forced to choose sides

After Partition, these hereditary practitioners were asked for the first time to choose the country they would live in. It was only then that the music of the region began to bear the scars of a violent disruption and division.

What was to happen even to the naming of this practice – was it to be Hindustani classical music or ilm e mausiqi Pakistani? This was a question that cut right to the heart of the problem; a question that musicians on both sides of the divide agonised over even as they struggled to maintain claims to lineage and authenticity.

Artists moved across borders, confused by the way events transpired. Some found it easy to settle down and make a niche for themselves, such as singer Noor Jehan, who settled in Pakistan. Others found it difficult to juggle offers in India with stays in Pakistan.

Following Partition, Bade Ghulam Ali (1902-1968), the legendary singer from the Punjab and a doyen of the Patiala musical style, came back to India and was helped to acquire Indian citizenship by Morarji Desai, the chief Minister of Bombay in 1957.


Legendary singer Ghulam Ali faced a stark choice after Partition.

There was no doubt that the violence of displacement and the zeal of the new states to prove their fidelity to national identities represented a loss for performers. Listeners too were ultimately losers, even if the politics of representation and consumption numbed them to the fractures that music and performance practice had sustained.

The debate is not framed in the same way today, but it was certainly a pressing one when Pakistan opted for a different set of musical forms and cultural symbols to define its distinct heritage.

To this day, artists from Pakistan who sing classical music find receptive listeners in India and share the general feeling that politics has very little understanding of a deeper and shared aesthetic experience. Nasiruddin Sami, a Pakistani musician, has very close links to Delhi musical traditions and is very popular in the city.

This is certainly not to argue that both India and Pakistan did not nurture new creative artists or experiment fruitfully with genres such as the ghazal in Pakistan’s case, a poetic form that consists of rhyming couplets and that has enjoyed an immense resurgence.


The song ‘azadi’ (freedom) by sufi rock Pakistani band Junoon.

But we need to understand the shared nature of the subcontinent’s traditions, music perhaps being the most deeply felt. As Bade Ghulam Ali is supposed to have said:

If in every home one child was taught Hindustani classical music, this country would have never been partitioned.

Today, we live in a world that is saturated with sights and sounds that leak across borders, despite prohibitions and state posturings. In the digital age, bans make even less sense than older versions of censorship.

It appears mindless when governments speak of patriotism as some extreme form of clan loyalty, before which all sensibilities have to wither away.

Equally disquieting is that we, as consumers of infotainment, almost never seriously interrogate the banal but sinister intentions of government propaganda.

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Laksmi Subramanian, Professor of History, Center for Studies in Social Sciences Calcutta

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Paul McCartney, Fergie, Other Stars Record ‘Love Song To The Earth’

Music superstars have come together to stress the importance of protecting our environment. 

A group of artists, including Paul McCartney, Jon Bon Jovi and Sheryl Crow recorded “Love Song to the Earth” — a new song dedicated to rallying people to climate action and supporting the U.N.’s efforts to get nations to agree on a universal climate agreement. 

The song was released on iTunes and Apple Music on September 4, but will have a wide release a week later, according to a press release. Apple, as well as artists, producers and directors involved in the song plan to donate their proceeds to environmental organization Friends of the Earth U.S. and the United Nations Foundation. 

Toby Gad, who helped write the star-studded track — which comes out months before December’s climate conference COP21 in Paris — says he hopes the song will open people up to the importance of fighting climate change.  

“When the U.N. asked me to write a song about climate change I felt honored and inspired. So, my friends and I wrote ‘Love Song to The Earth’, focusing on a positive message about how precious our only planet is,” Gad said in a statement. “I hope this song will broaden the audience for this urgent message and give the politicians emotional support for meaningful climate agreement in Paris 2015.”

Other stars who were featured in the song include Fergie, Colbie Caillat, Natasha Bedingfield, Leona Lewis, Sean Paul, Johnny Rzeznik, Krewella, Angelique Kidjo, Kelsea Ballerini, Nicole Scherzinger, Christina Grimmie, Victoria Justice and Q’Orianka Kilcher. A video is set to be released on September 11, and will include celebrities, scientists and others holding up messages of support for our environment. 

While the artists want to convey a sense of urgency in fighting climate change, Bedingfield, who also helped write the song along with Gad, John Shanks and Sean Paul, says the song is ultimately meant to uplift others in regards to the subject. 

“We wanted to write a song that is about how when you love something, you look after it,” Bedingfield said in a statement. “While we know about the environmental issues, we’re unsure if there is any hope. With this song we wanted to talk about the environment in a way that would help people feel empowered to do something rather than be paralyzed by fear.”

To learn more about Friends of the Earth, visit its website here. To learn more about the United Nations Foundation, click here

 

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Watch Cute Kids Sing John Oliver’s Song For DC Statehood

A group of cute kids gathered in front of the U.S. Capitol on Sunday morning to advocate for statehood for the District of Columbia, singing comedian John Oliver’s D.C. statehood song. 

On last Sunday’s episode of “Last Week Tonight,” Oliver dedicated a segment to explaining the fight for statehood in Washington, D.C. At the end, Oliver led kids in a rendition of the famous “50 States Song” — with new lyrics.

Alabama and Alaska,
Arizona, Arkansas
California, Colorado
Connecticut and more
There are 50 states in total
And we’ll sing their names with glee
But there’s one place that gets shafted
And it’s Washington, D.C.

All the rest of us can choose a path

That we think is best

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For preventing HIV.

The District of Columbia has no voting representation in Congress, but Congress has substantial control over the city’s budget and laws. Congress has frequently blocked or changed measures that D.C. residents voted to approve, such as marijuana legalization and needle exchange programs. While the District has a representative in Congress, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D), she has no formal powers.

“She basically has pretend power, like a child watching ‘Dora the Explorer,'” Oliver said.

Oliver’s segment has inspired a renewed fight for D.C. statehood among the city’s residents and elected officials. A community group called The Hill Is Home organized Sunday’s singalong. 

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John Oliver Has An Unforgettable New Version Of The ’50 States’ Song

John Oliver has a new version of the “50 States Song,” sung by adorable schoolchildren who want to know — quite explicitly — why Washington, D.C.,  is getting the shaft. 

On HBO’s “Last Week Tonight” on Sunday, Oliver took a look at the long and strange history of our capital city’s rights and representation at the federal level. Or, more accurately, lack thereof. 

Congress has final say over the city’s rules, regulations and budget and has blocked or interfered with everything from marijuana legalization to needle exchanges. While Washington does has a representative — Eleanor Holmes Norton – she’s not actually allowed to vote on key issues.

Or as Oliver said, “she basically has pretend power,” like a child watching “Dora the Explorer.” 

“The people of D.C. clearly deserve a greater voice in their own affairs, and they’ve actually come tantalizingly close to getting a voting representative in Congress,” Oliver said. “In 2009, a bill to give D.C. a vote was introduced in the Senate, and the Senate did the most dickish thing imaginable: passing it, but with a little addition.” 

That addition was an amendment that would have repealed all gun-control laws in the city. As a result, the bill was dropped, and D.C. still doesn’t have a vote. 

Now, Oliver is calling for full statehood for Washington, D.C., and his plea comes in the form of an unforgettable tune. 

Check it out in the clip above. 

 

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Kendrick Lamar To Geraldo Rivera: ‘How Can You Take A Song That’s About Hope And Turn It Into Hatred?’

Kendrick Lamar’s opening performance of his new single “Alright” at this year’s annual BET Awards sparked some debate over at Fox News last week.

During a June 29 episode of Fox News’ “The Five” co-hosts Kimberly Guilfoyle, Dana Perino, Eric Bolling, and Fox News contributor Geraldo Rivera took aim at Lamar’s performance, saying that the song’s lyrics are “not helpful at all” in improving police relations in the black community.

Rivera stated:

“This is why I say that hip-hop has done more damage to young African-Americans than racism in recent years. This is exactly the wrong message. And then to conflate what happened in the church in Charleston, South Carolina with the tragic incidents involving excessive use of force by cops is to equate that racist killer with these cops. It’s so wrong. It’s so counterproductive. It gives exactly the wrong message.”

Rivera’s claim that Lamar “conflates” police violence and the June 17 massacre of nine black Americans by a white gunman misrepresents “Alright,” which appears on Lamar’s sophomore album “To Pimp A Butterfly” released in March. Following Rivera’s comments, Lamar responded during an interview with TMZ Live in which he clarified the song’s message.

“How can you take a song that’s about hope and turn it into hatred?” he said. “The message, the overall message [of ’Alright’], is, ’We gon’ be alright.’ It’s not a message of ‘I want to kill people.’”

After asked by TMZ Live host, Harvey Levin if the symbol of Lamar performing on top of a vandalized cop car validates Rivera’s claim of “sending the wrong message,” Lamar said the problem has more to do with the reality of the police killings and than his BET Awards performance.

“I think his attempt is really diluting the real problem, which is the senseless acts of killings of these young boys out here. And I think for the most part, it’s avoiding the truth,” the Grammy Award-winner said. “This is reality. This is my world. This is what I talk about in my music. You can’t dilute that.”

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Lamar went on to explain how he hopes to influence change among young people through his music.

“Hip-hop is not the problem. Our reality is the problem of the situation…This is our music. This is us expressing ourselves. Rather [than] going out here and doing the murders myself, I want to express myself in a positive light the same way other artists are doing. Not going out in the streets, go in the booth and talking about the situation and hoping these kids can find some type of influence on it in a positive manner.”

Check out more of Kendrick Lamar’s interview in the clip above, and his BET Award performance below.

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Take Down the Flag: Peter Mulvey’s Growing Song of Tribute a Call to Action

We know these names: Clementa Pinckney, Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, Cynthia Hurd, Susie Jackson, Ethel Lee Lance, DePayne Middleton-Doctor, Tywanza Sanders, Daniel L. Simmons Sr., Myra Thompson. A week ago, they were alive.

A week ago, during the hour of the night in which they were studying the practice of peace and love, a young white man fueled with racist ideology and its historical narrative of hatred entered their church and shot them dead. This man carried more than a gun — he carried in his mind a controversial symbol of the South: the Confederate flag.

This past week, flags have been lowered to half-staff. But not all of them. “Every flag over Charleston is at half-staff today — except one.” This is the first line of a new song, “Take Down Your Flag,” by singer-songwriter Peter Mulvey. On tour with Ani DiFranco last week, he saw the news of the Emanuel A.M.E. Church massacre and decided to write a song. He wrote it Friday night in the basement dressing room of the Calvin Theatre in Northampton, Massachusetts, right before his set. Then he performed it. This isn’t just any song. It’s one with a mission.

In a Facebook post, Peter writes, “In Charleston, the United States Flag and the South Carolina state flag are at half-mast for nine days, for the nine victims. But the Confederate battle flag is flying at the top of its pole. News outlets are reporting that lowering it can only be done by a vote of the state legislature. I submit that lowering it can be done by two hands and human decency.”

The song ends:

It will take all of the love in all of our hearts,
but it will also take something more.

Take down your flag to half-staff.
Take down your flag to half-staff.
Take down your flag to half-staff
And then take it down for good.

The Confederate flag has been flying high, a finger poking into a centuries-old open wound. Peter’s song demands that the flag at least be lowered to half-staff this Wednesday, when the body of Reverend Clementa Pinckney will lie in state at the South Carolina Capitol. “The thing that I’d most like to see,” he says, “is the Confederate flag at half-staff while Pinckney is lying in state underneath it. That would take just a small bit of the edge of the pain so many (including myself) are feeling.” The song also gives tribute to and remembrance of the nine people lost in this horrendous attack.

Peter uploaded the original version of “Take Down Your Flag” to YouTube on Saturday. It includes a verse remembering Susie Jackson. Someone asked if he’d write verses for all nine who were killed; by that time, two musicians had already covered the song, and Peter asked if they’d re-write their own verses in remembrance. This started a domino effect of musicians covering, re-writing, recording, and uploading their own additions.

Ani DiFranco sings a verse for Tywanza Sanders, Anaïs Mitchell gives tribute to DePayne Middleton-Doctor, and Erin McKeown sings about Sharonda Coleman-Singleton. Pamela Means‘ lyrics include: “Clementa Pinckney worked tirelessly for justice, peace, and love.” Vance Gilbert, speaking to the symbolism and historical residue of the Confederate flag, wrote a verse about alleged gunman Dylann Roof. Peter Mulvey most recently added a lyric for Reverend Pinckney: “Clementa Pinckney will lie in state on Wednesday afternoon. Please do not fly that flag over his body.”

In a matter of days, “Take Down Your Flag” has become a living song. Peter has just uploaded a video containing the chords and framework in hopes that more people will continue to grow this song and commemorate those we’ve lost.

Musicians, please think about recording this song with a new verse and sharing it with the world. It’s become a chain song of love, remembrance, and honor, and, most importantly, it’s a call to action. In a time like this, the world needs songs like this.

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Chris Martin paid tribute to Vice President Joe Biden’s son Beau Biden, who died of brain cancer last week, during his funeral Saturday.

Martin volunteered to perform at Biden’s funeral service in Wilmington, Delaware, when he found out that the former Delaware attorney general was a big Coldplay fan, according to a White House official. Martin performed an acoustic version of Coldplay’s “Til Kingdom Come” near the end of the service. Afterwards, Martin hugged the vice president and his wife, Jill Biden.

Earlier during the ceremony, President Barack Obama gave an emotional eulogy, praising the former attorney general. “Beau Biden was an original,” Obama said at the St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church. “He was a good man, a man of character, a man who loved deeply and was loved in return.”

Joseph “Beau” Biden III was first diagnosed with brain cancer in 2013, three years after suffering a minor stroke. He died at age 46.

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Paloma Herrera’s Swan Song

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Paloma Herrera at the curtain call of her retirement performance. Photo by Gene Schiavone.

She entered the stage to a roar of applause, pausing on the tips of her toes, exhaling and taking in the cavernous Metropolitan Opera House. Was this the title character Giselle, breathing in a new day and unaware of the tragic fate before her, or a veteran performer relishing her final moments on a stage? The music continues without her, she skips ahead, catching up with an easy smile. This is home.

So began the first of American Ballet Theatre’s farewell performances this season. Paloma Herrera, the first of three star ballerinas who have defined a generation of artistry, bid her farewell to New York with minimal fanfare at the Wednesday matinee of Giselle. She started dancing in her native Argentina at age seven at the Teatro Colón, winning a slew of ballet competitions, before being invited to enroll at the School of American Ballet at 15. After performing the lead in Raymonda Variations at the school’s workshop, she auditioned for ABT and received a contract on the spot. “If Herrera continues as she has begun, she could become the outstanding American ballerina of her generation.” said dance critic Joseph Mazo, echoed by his colleague Anna Kisselgoff as “the spirit of rebirth” at ABT. At 19, Herrera became the youngest Principal Dancer in the company’s history, a prodigy in the tutu-and-tiara ballets that are the staple of ABT’s repertory.

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Paloma Herrera and Roberto Bolle in Giselle. Photo by Gene Schiavone.

I remember first seeing Herrera perform ten years ago when I first moved to New York, and since then in every classical warhorse ballet imaginable. She possesses a crystalline technique paired with a natural lyricism and ease about her movements. She is also dynamic, whipping off turns and blazing through jumps at lightning speed. The best place to see this is her as Kitri, the ballerina in Don Quixote, which catapulted her to international stardom in her early days in the company when she was still in her teens. I remember seeing ABT’s Don Quixote last season shortly after Paloma’s retirement was announced. With the ballet not in repertory the following season, some of us in the audience realized midway through the performance: Oh my God, this is Paloma’s last Don Q. She looked dazzling, holding her balances on the tips of her toes as long as possible to the growing cheers from the audience. And then just like that, it was over.

Herrera moved up her retirement performance from her original exit in ABT’s new production of The Sleeping Beauty to Wednesday’s Giselle, because “I don’t feel comfortable with [The Sleeping Beauty], I wanted to do something that I’ve done a lot with ABT.” Performing alongside Roberto Bolle as her Albrecht, Herrera has chosen a production which she has danced season after season to great acclaim, compared often to Hamlet in terms of its dramatic demands.

The performance was different than other performances of Giselle – much more was at stake. Instead of Albrecht experiencing one last encounter with the spectral title character, it was in fact that audience who found themselves grasping to take in the final moments of Herrera’s interpretation. While more appropriate in Don Quixote, she lingered in her balances in the first act solo, a final tease to an expectant audience. A woman behind me gasped “What?!” as Herrera finished the devilishly quick turns to finish. Her mad scene was jarring, Herrera’s eyes darting around the stage, hearing the calls of the Willis in her head.

In the second act, Thomas Forster as a sympathetic Hilarion was the first victim of the ghostly Willis, condemning men to dance to their deaths. Devon Teuscher, replacing Veronika Part, was ethereal as Myrtha, Queen of the Willis. Bolle replaced Albrecht’s series of brisés with 32 entrechat six, a more and more frequent substitution for male dancers, squarely punctuating the most rhythmic and driving section of Adam’s luscious score. The ballet ends with Albrecht reaching for Giselle as she vanishes back into the mist, her soul finally at rest. She no longer has to dance. Bolle reaches for Herrera in those final moments, in this performance, he is us, grasping the last visual pictures of this great performing artist on stage. The curtain closes on Bolle, a proxy for the audience, delicately holding a single white lily and in awe of what he just experienced.

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Paloma Herrera at the curtain call of her retirement performance. Photo by Gene Schiavone.

There were tears and muffled sobs from the balletomanes around the theater, interspersed with tourists bustling out, unaware of the special nature of the performance. The fans that stayed were treated to a parade of American Ballet Theatre’s dancers and crew, who came out to greet Herrera as she took her final bows. A zigzag of corps girls dropped flowers on a growing pile at center stage, and one by one the Principal artists of the company came out to pay their respects to a colleague under a slow but constant trickle of confetti. From the audience, a sea of glowing cell phones bubbled up to record the moment, as choruses of “PA-LO-MA! PA-LO-MA!” reverberated through the Metropolitan Opera House. Within ten minutes, the bows were over, and the audience spilled out of the air conditioning and onto the baking concrete sidewalks of New York. And just like that, it was over.

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The Sweetest First Dance Song That No One’s Using

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The Song That Never Ends

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New – Squidward gives SpongeBob an old toy guitar to get him out of his tentacles for the day. But when SpongeBob and Patrick crank up the guitar, it breaks–and keeps on playing and playing. Full color.

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A Real Live Country Song

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A Real Live Country Song” was written in November 1987, inspired by a song that Mike Johnson had written in October of that year, which was in turn inspired by some barroom tales by some of his drinking buddies. The story is told in the first person by young Kyle Richards who lives in the little town of Travis Texas, just west of Houston. He starts out with a glimpse of life with his rather congenial family, his desire to travel the country on his Harley-Davidson Sportster, and one day record country songs in a Nashville studio with his father. After a holiday fishing trip with his Deputy Sheriff father went south because of trouble at the Houston County Jail, Kyle decides to throw in some extra hours at Clancy’s General store, where he works as a delivery boy. The morning starts out routinely, deliveries, drooling over Jan, Clancy’s daughter and store manager, and washing the pickup truck. While taking a soda break on the front porch a glimmer of light bouncing off the highway catches his attention. Soon a figure wearing a cowboy hat tops the last of the rolling grades before it levels out and passes the store, and it becomes apparent to Kyle that the person is wearing mirror sunglasses. The cowboy is trying to thumb a ride and eventually works his way into Clancy’s lot and plops down on the stairs. Kyle silently sizes him up and slowly works up the nerve to engage him. Intrigued by the strange paw print design on the cowboy’s tote bag and guitar’s headstock, as well as the fine looking guitar, Kyle eases in by seeing if the cowboy was thirsty and hungry. A casual conversation about the paw print, the cowboy’s guitar and their own music choices slowly melts the ice and soon the cowboy is singing some of their favorite country songs. With each passing song vignettes of the traveler’s experiences unfold, leading Kyle to suspect that maybe this cowboy isn’t so ordinary after all. A feeling further enhanced when Jan seems indicates tells him that she may have seen thi

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Sweden Wins 2015 Eurovision Song Contest

VIENNA (AP) — Sweden won the 60th Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday, finishing ahead of Russia, whose contestant received some boos as the Ukraine conflict spilled over into the continent’s largest songfest.

Italy came in third. Australia, which was given a wild-card entry for this year due to its enthusiastic fan base and took part for the first time, was a dark horse, with many hoping candidate Guy Sebastian would triumph and secure a place for the country next year.

His failure to do so, placing fifth, means Australia will probably not be back next year.

The race between Russia and Sweden went back and forth for most of the evening as jurors from 40 countries cast their ballots, along a worldwide audience voting by phone and app.

The win by Mans Zelmerlow and his song “Heroes” marks a record seventh time that Sweden has taken top honors in the contest.

His win comes 41 years after that of Swedish group Abba, whose triumph in 1974 with “Waterloo” launched their world career.

About 200 million people watched on TV Saturday as the 27 finalists battled it out musically. Approximately 10,000 people followed the contest live in Vienna’s mammoth Stadthalle.

Last year’s win by bearded cross-dresser Conchita Wurst vaulted the contest into even greater worldwide popularity.

Wurst, who co-hosted the show, was critical of the scattered boos that met Russian contestant Polina Gagarina and her pacifist-themed song “A Million Voices,” calling the reaction “incomprehensible.”

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Eurovision Song Contest To Be Signed For Deaf Viewers For First Time In History

Cue the signing!

In light of Conchita Wurst’s barrier-breaking win last year, the Eurovision Song Contest has decided to include sign language interpreters during broadcasts of the massive competition. A team of six interpreters will help translate the songs into International Sign, a broad-ranging version of non-spoken language that can reach a majority of deaf viewers.

The annual competition, now in its 60th year, attracts around 180 million viewers worldwide. An estimated 750,000 deaf or partially deaf people live in the European Union, according to the European Center for Modern Languages.

“We always say that music is a language which is understood by everyone,” a spokesperson for ORF TV, the Austrian network broadcasting the contest, said. “We felt that we should make this [a] reality, and to offer music to everyone, including deaf people.”

A preview video of the contest’s signers already looks pretty epic.

Earlier this year, a video of interpreter Tommy Krångh performing a song during a Swedish singing competition went viral, thanks to his gusto and spot-on signing.

Despite that signer’s enthusiasm, Kathrin Zechner, managing director ORF TV, said the Eurovision interpreters were there to supplement the contest, not steal the spotlight, the BBC reported.

“They are supporting and interpreting for the artist and the viewers,” she said. “They are stars but they are not ego-centric; they’re spreading the emotion.”

The finals of the Eurovision Song Contest will be broadcast on May 23. Nine countries — Austria, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Latvia, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and Slovenia — will broadcast the sign language translations, which will also be viewable online.

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Music Competitions: Eurovision Song Contest, List of Classical Music Competitions, American Idol, Castlebar Song Contest

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Prince Releases New Song About Baltimore, Freddie Gray

Prince released his new protest song about Freddie Gray and Baltimore to the world on Saturday.

The track, simply titled “Baltimore,” features upbeat, Prince-funky instrumentals combined with direct lyrics that deal unflinchingly with recent current events. A sample: “Does anybody hear us pray for Michael Brown and Freddie Gray?”

The release of “Baltimore” comes a day ahead of the legendary artist’s performance at Sunday’s Rally 4 Peace benefit concert in Baltimore, which will stream on Tidal, Jay-Z’s new streaming music service.

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A Glee Star Wrote an Original Song for the Show: Listen to the Exclusive Song Premiere Here!

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Pete Waterman celebrated with ‘A Life In Song’

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The Chrysanthemum and the Song

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Music helps form and nurture ethnic identity for large populations of people of Japanese descent in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Peru, and Paraguay. In a story never before told, Dale Olsen offers a musical history and ethnography of this vibrant Asian diaspora, the largest population of overseas Japanese in the world and one of the most successful subcultures in South America. An early immigration of Nikkei – people of Japanese heritage – landed on the coast of Peru in 1899. Hundreds of thousands more arrived in the first half of the 20th century, most seeking work as agricultural laborers. Olsen argues that music became essential for nourishing their ‘Japaneseness,’ perhaps second only to speaking the Japanese language. Music making, music listening, and dancing all express the soul of the people and tell others who they are, he says. Communicated and transmuted through the intricate workings of collective memory, music has the power to reconstruct and manipulate cultural identity; it helps immigrants maintain strong connections to their ancestral home and to forge new ones in their adopted culture. Olsen provides a history of Nikkei emigration and music from the Japanese homelands, comments on the contributions and the roles of song contests and karaoke in shaping their new social life and identity, and discusses Nikkei aesthetic values. His research sources include interviews, memoirs of immigrants and their children, newspaper accounts of Nikkei musical experiences and thoughts, and observations of musical events. Olsen also documents and interprets his own performances with and for the Nikkei on the Japanese shakuhachi flute. Covering five generations of Nikkei over more than a century, this ethnomusicological investigation makes an original contribution to Japanese diaspora studies. It will be of special interest to scholars of the sociology of immigrant cultures and identity formation, Asian and Latin American studies, and ethnomusicology. It offers a model.

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Drop the Hobbit, Go with the Selkie: Hour of the Wolf Movie Review of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armiesand& Song of the Sea

2014-12-26-Hobbit_HBT3066511r_410.jpgThere’s a bit of OCD that goes along with genre film fandom — once you’ve signed on to a franchise, you’re kind-of obligated to follow it wherever it will take you, for good or ill. Thus the sullen air hanging over screenings of Revenge of the Sith or any of the Wolverine spin-offs — it really does sap the energy out of an auditorium when attendance is more dutiful than enthusiastic.

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is the final installment of Peter Jackson’s latest J.R.R. Tolkien trilogy, and to say it’s long-awaited is to say that fans of fantasy have been eager to get this bloated, unnecessary epic over with and move on to better things. I give my thoughts on how Jackson wraps up this prequel tale in my review for Jim Freund’s Hour of the Wolf, and also give my verdict on the much more engaging, Irish animated fantasy, Song of the Sea. Click on the player to hear the segment, or right-click the link to download.

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Chris Pratt, Max Greenfield, Amber Riley, and More Celebs Pick Your Perfect Holiday Song Playlist

Holiday songs are running rampant on just about every easy-listening station right now, but there's an art to picking the very best ones for your Christmas or Hanukkah party. So which ones are bound to…




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The Song Movie – On DVD and Digital HD FEB 10th

The Song – On DVD and Digital HD FEB 10th
Aspiring singer—‐songwriter Jed King is struggling to catch a break and escape the long shadow of his famous father when he reluctantly agrees to a gig at a local vineyard harvest festival. Jed meets the vineyard owner’s daughter, Rose, and a romance quickly blooms. Soon after their wedding, Jed writes Rose “The Song,” which becomes a breakout hit. Suddenly thrust into a life of stardom and a world of temptation, his life and marriage begin to fall apart.

Genre: Drama / Romance / Music
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Sibyl s Song

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Almost 100 years old! Joyce said to me, You are so cute. Me cute? I was never called cute when I was a little girl, and now that I am almost 100 years old, I am cute? This really gives me a chuckle. I am sitting at my daughter s home in my own recliner that was brought from my house. They took me kicking and screaming from my home, not literally but inside. Someone took my most prized possession, my sewing machine, which, even if it is a treadle sewing machine, it has brought me much joy. I sewed many of my dresses on it and when I started making cloth dolls it served me well. I made over 100 cloth dolls and for each doll I made dresses, bonnets, booties and bloomers. I gave them to anyone who wanted to have a cuddly doll to hold. I taught the little girls next door how to sew doll clothes, a skill they can take into adulthood, I hope. I have written my childhood memories many times. I still like to go back in time in my mind. I can t get around as fast as I used to, even if I walk often for exercise. I can still read and pray and think of the dear friends I left behind that met in my home most Sundays for fellowship. I always brought my sweet rolls to the potlucks we shared. We had good visits and laughter. I love remembering the ministers who I had in my home through the years. What a privilege it was. The spirit they showed by their life encouraged me in my faith. I have had a good long life. The sad times I can t forget, and it makes me almost cry. I will never forget when my baby died, waking up and finding her cold. Or the terrible time my son got run over and died. There was much horror and sorrow when my daughter and her family were burned in a plane crash. I lost my three grandchildren and dear Ginna was burned so badly. It has been 30 years since my husband died suddenly. Ruth lived with me for eight years, but her heart gave out and she died. LeRoy s body could no longer work because of the ravages of myotonic muscular dystrophy and he is gone. Only th

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Blood Song

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A princess with a craving for blood. A stranger who knows her secret. A land where nothing is as it seems. When her sister becomes betrothed to a prince in a northern nation, Zeraphina’s only consolations are that her loyal animal companions are by her side – and that her burning hunger to travel north is finally being sated. Already her black hair and pale eyes mark her out as different, but now Zeraphina must be even more careful to keep her secret safe. Craving blood is not considered normal behaviour for anyone, let alone a princess. So when the king’s advisor, Rodden, seems to know more about her condition than she does, Zeraphina is determined to find out more. Zeraphina must be willing to sacrifice everything if she’s to uncover the truth – but what if the truth is beyond her worst nightmares?

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First Nighter: Amusing “Billy & Ray,” Affecting “brownsville song (b-side for tray)”

The Billy & Ray of the vague title Mike Bencivenga gives his play at the Vineyard are Billy Wilder and Raymond Chandler. By practically sheer accident the two men–and only after director Wilder had a rift with longtime partner Charles Brackett–collaborated in 1943-44 on the screen adaptation of James M. Cain’s steamy novel of the same title.

While censor Joseph Breen was breathing down their necks, they focused on making the film version even steamier. It was an aim that film noir fans will cheer them for achieving with innumerable subtleties but not without much friction along the way.

The daily battle didn’t go without notice at the time, although apparently no one recorded it in its entirely–or filmed it. But Wilder spoke about it and, in particular, to James Linville for a 1996 Paris Review interview. He also allowed Charlotte Chandler, no relation to Raymond, to write the 2002 biography Nobody’s Perfect.

It’s likely those are at least two of the sources for what is a highly amusing, highly polished comedy about the several months the temporary partners hashed out the seven-Oscars-nominated classic.

Less than comic, however, is the worry Jewish immigrant Wilder (Vincent Kartheiser) had about the family who’d stayed behind in Europe and are reported missing or the secret drinking Chandler (Larry Pine), supposedly on-the-wagon to elderly wife Cissy, slowly allowed to get out of hand during the pair’s sessions.

As Wilder baits Chandler, who’d never been on a movie studio premises before (let alone attempted a screenplay of his works or the works of others), Chandler refuses to get over his disdain of the $ 750-weekly assignment and continually objects to Wilder’s quirks. The director-writer’s handy-dandy secretary Helen Hernandez (Sophie von Haselberg) tends amiably to the two men’s demands and neophyte producer Joe Sistrom (Drew Gehling) hovers about wringing his hands over seeing no pages.

Billy & Ray–which has little in common with David Mamet’s Speed-the-Plow about two Tinseltown execs working on a script and aided by a secretary and more in common with Neil Simon’s Sunshine Boys–wouldn’t be half the fun it is without the players, swinging into it under Garry Marshall’s first piece of Manhattan stage direction. (The opus was initially produced at Burbank’s Falcon Theatre by Marshall, Kathleen Marshal LaGambina and Sherry Greczmiel.)

No regular Manhattan theater regular will be surprised by Pine’s impersonation of the Ivy League-ish Chandler, who looks and behaves nothing like his Philip Marlowe. After all, Pine–who recently played the brittle title character in An Unauthorized Biography of Walt Disney and then cross-dressed for Casa Valentina–makes everything he takes on seem as if he’s simply doing it off-the-frayed–cuff. Pine is especially funny on author Cain’s deficiencies, one dishy quote verified in the Paris Review chat.

The welcome surprise is Kartheiser, best (and perhaps only) known as the ambitious Pete Campbell on the soon-to-wrap Mad Men. What he offers here is a complete transformation. Speaking loudly in a Viennese accent (no dialect coach mentioned in the program) and carrying a big stick, he says ungrammatical things like “What did he did?” He also says about the groundbreaking he wants to do with Double Indemnity that “It’s time the pictures grew up.” Nosirree, Mad Men freaks, Kartheiser looks nothing like Pete Campbell, and bravo for that.

Gehling does completely right by the anxious Sistrom, a New York transplant afraid he’s about to be sent right back where he started from. Von Haselberg is so good at what she’s asked that she should soon cease to have it mentioned that her mom is Bette Midler. She does have a bit of the wonderful Divine Miss M strut.

Her blocky ’40s shoes are a big help, as found by costumer Michael Krass. As a matter of fact, all the duds look authentically ’40s–especially Helen’s ensembles and the casual wear Wilder affects. Chandler’s outfits resemble any professor’s who might have been crossing a campus in the last several decades, and in his blue suit Sistrom gets to be the suit.

Billy and Ray–that’s how Wilder insists they address each other to Chandler’s chagrin–carry out the ultimately extremely successful bellicosities in a sleek Paramount office designed by Charlie Corcoran, who may not have read the Linville interview and its mention of the man’s digs. Apparently, Wilder had hung a prominent sign featuring the question, “What Would Lubitsch Do?”–Ernst Lubitsch being a strong Wilder influence. Also, there are photograph of Wilder with fellow director-writers like Akira Kurosawa, John Huston and Federico Fellini. Corcoran has a Picasso and a Lautrec on the walls he puts up, along with portraits of various Paramount pretties.

At one moment, Wilder steps out on the walkway leading downstairs and spots Bing Crosby in white collar for the filming of Going My Way. Things were certainly going Crosby’s way, since all the 1944 Oscars for which Double Indemnity was nominated, went to Der Bingle’s release. Nice that Wilder and Chandler get a bit of a payback with Bencivenga’s entirely satisfying entry.
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Kimber Lee’s brownsville song (b-side for tray)–the all-lower-case letters are Lee’s stipulation–starts out at a tough level with gray-haired Lena (Lizan Mitchell) angrily declaring that the story about to unfold should not begin with her. While insisting, she does get across that the subject matter is a grandson, Tray (Sheldon Best), who was shot four times and killed as an innocent bystander in a local shoot-out.

Thereupon the dead boy’s story gets underway, and it’s an upsetting one, as Lee intends it to be. Clearly, she has in mind putting forth one ghetto youngster to stand for all of the promising young men and women done in by stray bullets and who then turn up in the kind of news coverage that never seems to stop.

Tray is a skilled boxer, who’s also a candidate for a college education and a caring brother to younger sister Devine (Taliyah Whitaker). He’s being tutored on his required college essay by Merrell (Sun Mee Chomet), who’s his and Devine’s estranged mother, a woman who lost her bearings after her husband died. By horrific coincidence, the dead husband and father was, like Tray, also killed by four bullets.

The admirably and unfailingly good Tray holds down a Starbucks barista job, where Merrell, needing work, lands a position. Tray helps her learn the ropes, and he tolerates his pal Junior (Chris Myers), who’s constitutionally sullen and doesn’t get Tray.

Kicking off the drama as robustly as Lee does, she can’t resist allowing sentimentality to slip in before the final fadeout. It’s her commitment to showing the great loss to society suffered when young people disappear in a violent society doing little to improve itself. Who can blame her, when, for instance, she reveals the essay Tray writes that qualifies him for no less than a hefty grant he’ll never claim?

As directed with understanding by Patricia McGregor, the actors are impeccable. Andromache Chalfant’s set gets the point across. It’s dominated by a corrugated garage door with Tray’s face painted on it over the insistent word “Memory.” The same goes for Asa Wember’s evocative sound design.

The enterprise has the feel of a rap song made stage-ready. Perhaps that’s the explanation for the “b-side” in the title, although if records with what used to be widely known as b-sides (as opposed to the more commercially-intended a-side) still exist, I’m caught off guard.

Oh, I see, Lee may be implying that boys like Tray are unfairly regarded as no more than b-sides. If so, how damning is that?
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Listen To ‘South Park’s Fake Lorde Song, ‘Push (Feeling Good On A Wednesday),’ In Full

“South Park” has released the full fake Lorde song, “Push (Feeling Good On A Wednesday),” from the recent episode in which it was revealed that Lorde is actually character Randy Marsh in disguise. Lorde expressed her love for the caricature, praising the episode’s humor and “message of transgender acceptance.” While the song was recorded by Sia, that didn’t stop Lorde from taking a crack at the chorus herself. Further, “South Park” is giving the song away for free, so now there’s nothing stopping us from singing, “Now we push, push to stand together / Because I am Lorde, ya ya ya,” everywhere at every moment.

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Jimmy Fallon, will.i.am Debut ‘Ew!’ Song And Music Video

Jimmy Fallon and will.i.am have united for a music video, and the result is definitely not “Ew!”

The pair dressed up as teenage girls as part of Fallon’s recurring “Tonight Show” segment, “Ew!”

Fallon, as usual, plays Sara, while will.i.am becomes mir.i.am. Together, the two create a musical manifesto of all things “Ew!” — including bread bowls, duck lips and “impleggies.”

One listen, and “Ew!” will probably be stuck in your head for all eternity, or at least for the rest of the day. But if you want more, the song is for sale as a digital download on iTunes.

Cost is $ 1.29, which is seriously not “Ew!” because the cash is going to the SeriousFun Children’s Network and the i.am.angel Foundation.
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Reformed Whores Sing A Sweet Song About Humping A Teddy Bear

Sometimes your first crush — and orgasm — is on (literally on) a teddy bear.

Don’t believe us? Then watch as Marie Cecile Anderson and Katy Frame of country-comedy duo Reformed Whores sing the truth. It’s an adorably heartbreaking song about life, love and barely having to use your hands.
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‘Frozen Fever,’ An Animated Short With An All-New Song, Will Debut In 2015

The kingdom of isolation just got another inhabitant. Disney will release “Frozen Fever” in the spring of 2015, a new short film featuring characters from “Frozen.” Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck will return to direct the short, which will include a brand-new song from Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, the Oscar-winning duo behind “Let It Go.”

“It’s Anna’s birthday and Elsa and Kristoff are determined to give her the best celebration ever, but Elsa’s icy powers may put more than just the party at risk,” reads a plot description for “Frozen Fever” provided by Disney. As the studio noted, Olaf, the snowman voiced by Josh Gad in “Frozen,” will also appear. No word from the studio if Gad or stars Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel and Jonathan Groff (as respectively, Anna, Elsa and Kristoff) will reprise their voice roles for the short.

Released on Nov. 22 of last year, “Frozen” grossed $ 1.274 billion worldwide. It won two Oscars at the Academy Awards back in March: Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song (for “Let It Go”).

For reference, the films Disney has set for release next spring include “Tomorrowland” with George Clooney and Pixar’s “Inside Out.” The studio will also release “Cinderella” in early March.

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The Guy Perfectly Impersonating 29 Celebrities While Singing An Original Song Is A Fake

Remember this incredibly impressive video that popped up all over your Facebook feed earlier this month? You know the one, where one guy does 29 celebrity impressions while singing his original song, “Perfect.” The one that amassed nearly seven million views in under two weeks.

Well, this guy, with all his mighty talent and Billie Holiday imitation, is a fake. Yup, just like that flammable Worst Twerk Fail Ever video, the Epic Note-Passing on Delayed Flight sensation and the Human Barbie: FAKE. (Actually, scratch that last one.)

Rob Cantor, the man behind this well-orchestrated Internet hoax, posted yet another YouTube video Wednesday, July 9, explaining the workings behind the scenes.

“’29 Celebrity Impressions, 1 Original Song’ was created with the help of eleven impressionists and one trumpet player,” Cantor writes in his description. In the video, he admits he “cannot do a single celebrity impression.” His gift, apparently, is that of lip syncing.

Consider all our dreams shattered.

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She’s a rock star, he’s not. That doesn’t stop them from making beautiful music… The lights, the crowds, the shows—the success that comes with topping the rock charts seems bright and glittering. For Ami, lead singer of the mega-hot band Haunted, it’s anything but. She’s tired of being “on” every waking second. There’s never any time to breathe, and the pressure is driving her toward becoming a dangerous cliché—the drunken musician. Desperate to regain control of her life, she runs, looking for space. For peace. For herself. What she finds is Edward. Having a famous rock star staying in his home, Edward is enchanted and stunned. How could a woman like her be drawn to his simple, down-to-earth lifestyle? There’s only one thing he can offer her: a willingness to help with no strings attached. Slowly, in Edward’s arms, Ami gets back in touch with the woman she remembers. The one who loves music. Laughter. The touch of a lover’s hands on her body. But the real world won’t let her hide forever. The consequences could cost her her hard-won peace…and her muse.

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The 10 Most Shamelessly Obvious Song Lyrics Ever Written

Listen: We’re not here to bash the simple pleasure of listening to pop songs. There’s a certain joy that comes with being up all night, partying hard, throwing your hands in the air like you just don’t care, and saying baby just one more time.

But often, our favorite pop songs are so catchy that we tend to scan over some of the more head-scratching lyrics. In partnership with Virgin Mobile, we’re counting down the most obvious lyrics in recent memory.

Scroll all the way down for the complete playlist, and please, please tell us what we missed in the comments.

1. Most Obvious Award
Avril Lavigne – “Sk8er Boi”

THE LYRIC:: He was a boy / She was a girl / Can I make it any more obvious?

I don’t know … can you?

Making it more obvious, Avril continues: “He was a punk / She did ballet / What more can I say?” Spoiler alert: she says more, and true to the alternagirl pop trope, Girl gets Boy who was passed on by Popular Girl, who is pretty but undeserving of companionship and maybe dumb and by mid-song, a single mom (“she sits at home / feeding the baby, she’s all alone”)? We never do find out what happened to our Girl’s burgeoning ballet career.

2. Well, You Might As Well Just Say It Award
Beyonce – “Ego”

THE LYRIC:
It’s too big (big) / It’s too wide (wide)
[Ed: We get it.]
It’s too strong (strong) / It won’t fit (fit)
[No, really.]
It’s too much (much) / It’s too tough (tough)
He talk like this ’cause he can back it up
He got a big ego / Such a huge ego
I love his big ego

Look, DON’T GET US WRONG, we love Beyonce, but sexual innuendo ceases to be so when it’s this, well, obvious.

HONORABLE MENTION goes to Robin Thicke for not specifying what rhymes with “hug me.”

3. Thanks for Elaborating, We Weren’t Aware You Were Talking About Your Romantic Feelings Award
Next – “Too Close”

THE LYRIC: The way that you shake it on me / Makes me want you so bad … sexually

This does not change the fact that this song is still a total jam.

4. Most Assertive Ownership of Appendages Award
Jewel – “Hands”

THE LYRIC: My hands are small I know / But they’re not yours / They are my own

Not yours! Mine! Like a growing infant, Jewel expresses new layers of self-awareness vis-a-vis her own hands. The movie equivalent of this song portrays our leading lady or man soul-searching by leaning over the sink and staring into the mirror. Subtle!

5. Cutest Threat Ever Award
Metallica – “Enter Sandman”

THE LYRIC: Close the door, shut the light, heavy thoughts tonight! / And they aren’t of Snow White!

In case you didn’t note the thundering drum beat or chugging guitars, this is an Angry song best used to intimidate an opponent in sports. This song is a “metaphor” about nightmares, i.e., NOT dreams of Snow Whiii-ee-iiiiite or other members of the Disney family. [Ed: Snow White is actually kind of terrifying?]

6. Most Obvious Product Placement Award
Britney Spears – “Perfume”

THE LYRIC: I’ll never tell, tell on myself / But I hope she smells my perfume

Britney doesn’t pull any punches here. She has perfume, and she really hopes you buy it at your nearest department store smell it.

7. Can You Leave My Cousin Out Of This Award
Drake – “Shut It Down”

THE LYRIC: Yeah, baby, you finer than your fine cousin / And your cousin fine

Drake adds insult to injury by telling you that you’re finer than your fine cousin — you know, the fine one, he says, helpfully. Drizzy, this is not a way to give a girl a compliment.

8. Worst (Best?) Dad Joke
Barenaked Ladies – “Pinch Me”

THE LYRIC: I could hide out under there / I just made you say ‘underwear’

Womp. We saw this painfully obvious joke coming from miles away.

9. Most Educational Award / Most Obvious Crossover Ploy
Pitbull – “I Know You Want Me”

THE LYRIC: One, two, three, four / Uno, dos, tres, quatro

“So, I’ll count in English. And then … I’ll count in Spanish. Crossover! Double money! Woooooo!” — The Tao of Pitbull

HONORABLE MENTION goes to U2 for teaching us how to count to catorce, the Black Eyed Peas for teaching us the days of the week, and Gwen Stefani for teaching us how to spell “bananas.

10. Most Well-Groomed Feet, Feet Award
Ke$ ha – “Tik Tok”

THE LYRIC: I’m talking / Pedicures on our toes, toes

We could single out any number of lyrics from Ke$ ha’s oeuvre, but this one wins for giving us helpful advice on where one should put a pedicure.

Some things are so obvious that we shouldn’t have to spell them out. Switching to Virgin Mobile is one of those things. (But that’s V-I-R-G-I-N M-O-B-I-L-E if you didn’t get it the first time.)

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Is ‘Let It Go’ a Protest Song for the Toddler Set?

At any given moment in America right now, thousands, perhaps millions of children are belting out the platinum hit from Frozen, “Let It Go.” Some of their moms are singing along, mainly because it’s impossible to get this tune out of your head.

Don’t get me wrong, it’s a great song. I liked the movie. Idina Menzel has some serious pipes, as she will prove once again when she performs “Let It Go” at the Oscars on Sunday. But I worry that I’ll have a hard time sitting through her big number, because if I hear that song one more time I might stick my head in the oven. My daughters sing it, my niece sings it, my friend’s two sons sing it. A kid on the subway sang it at the top of her lungs on my 3 train the other day, all the way from Clark Street in Brooklyn to Times Square. Her father looked stricken and glassy-eyed. The song has been streamed 25 million times; the sheet music is sold out and on a three month backorder. It’s the show-stopping climax of the sing-along version of Frozen, in theaters now.

You have to ask yourself why “Let it Go” has imprinted so strongly on kids. Why is this hit bigger than other good ditties, like “Under the Sea” from The Little Mermaid or “Be Our Guest” from Beauty and the Beast? Here’s my theory: It’s a protest song for the under-12 set. They’ve had it up to here with our modern parenting methods in general, and our approach to discipline in particular. They don’t want to sit under the “peace tree” or earn another good-behavior sticker on yet another chart, and they especially don’t want to take a freaking time out. Just look at the lyrics of “Let It Go” and tell me Elsa isn’t in a time out (aka a “kingdom of isolation”), enraged and defiant and subverting the dynamic by embracing her exile.

“Let it go, let it go,
Can’t hold you back anymore.
Let it go, let it go,
Turn my back and slam the door.
Here I stand, and here I’ll stay.
Let it go, let it go…
The cold never bothered me anyway.”

Like so many parents of my generation, I practiced the time-out as a sensitive, well-reasoned response to naughtiness. So much better than spanking, right? My dad used to spank me when I was really, really bad. It always went like this: He would get home from work, hear about my crime, set me up at the end of a hallway that ran the length of our apartment, and give me a good swat. Then I was free to run down what I always thought of as The Spanking Hall, screaming at the top of my lungs. But after that, it was over. I’d come back and everyone would sit together, a little red in the face, eating dinner. We all felt bad, but no one was banished.

Just so we’re clear, I’m not advocating a return to corporal punishment. But perhaps we’re overusing the disciplinary alternatives in our quest to make sure our kids share, behave in restaurants, sit still at circle time and never go bonkers with a Sharpie. Should we give our kids a little more slack, before this songfest becomes a full-on revolt? Next time one of my daughters legitimately screws up, you know what I’m planning to do: [Sing it with me] Let it go.
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Lea Michele Releases Song, ‘You’re Mine,’ For Cory Monteith (AUDIO)

Lea Michele has released a moving new song dedicated to her late boyfriend, Cory Monteith.

The “Glee” star said the song had been one of Monteith’s favorites before his death last year of a drug overdose at the age of 31.

On it, Michele sings:

And I told you all my dreams and fears
And you looked at me and your eyes filled with tears
And you said those three words I’d been waiting for
You became a part of me, yeah

“It makes me so happy, this song. It makes me think so much of Cory,” she told Elle in November. “It was ours. When I think of him, I play this.”

The song will be featured on Michele’s new album, “Louder,” which drops on March 4. But on Monday, she took to Twitter to tell fans they could listen to it now.

“Louder” also contains a song called “Cannonball” that Michele said helped her cope with Monteith’s death, MTV News reported last December. Another tune, “If You Say So,” refers to the last words she heard from him.

“It’s a very personal and it’s a very intense song for me,” she told MTV News.

Ironically, “You’re Mine” almost didn’t make the album. Michele told Elle that when the label asked if she wanted to add anything else to the album, she realized she had to include the song.

“I was like, ‘I might regret it if I don’t,'” she said.
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Golden Globes Highlights: From Amy Poehler’s Win To Diane Keaton’s Song For Woody Allen

The 71st Golden Globe Awards featured many moments worth their weight in gold.

From Amy Poehler winning Best Actress for “Parks and Recreation” (after making out with Bono) to Emma Thompson walking out onstage with her high heels and martini in hand, the night was full of surprises and fun.

Hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler owned the night. From their funny opening bit (“Tam Honks,” anyone?) to Poehler dressing up as Fey’s “son,” Randy, but it was Poehler who ended up being an actual winner. She took home the Best Actress in a Comedy Series for her role on “Parks and Recreation.”

In addition to love for Poehler, the Hollywood Foreign Press were obviously big fans of “Breaking Bad,” which won Best Drama Series and Best Actor in a Drama Series for Bryan Cranston.

There was a double surprise for “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” in the TV Comedy categories when series star Andy Samberg won for Best Actor and the show itself won Best Comedy Series.

Some of the stranger highlights included Jacqueline Bisset’s perplexing acceptance speech for Best Supporting Actress in a TV Movie or Miniseries, and Diane Keaton ending her acceptance speech for Woody Allen’s Cecil B. DeMille Award by singing the Girl Scouts song, “Make New Friends (But Keep The Old).”

The Golden Globes continued with its annual tradition of having the stars let loose, giving the audience a show to remember — and plenty to talk about until next year.
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A Two-Year-Old’s Surprisingly Satisfying Song Requests, From Rob Base To The Replacements

Before you have children, you hear a lot of horror stories, mostly from people who raised a kid forty years ago. There’s the standard stuff about never sleeping again, eating discarded, unappreciated food, and watching your home and possessions subject to random destruction and vandalism.

But the scariest thing for a music fan (and writer like myself) was the prospect of being inundated with corny kids’ songs ad nauseam.

Maybe my priorities were out of order but for a while there, it did seem as though I might lose my mind. Raffi rules and the Wiggles mean well but there’s only so much a man can take before he wants to take a trip to Belize. But then something special happened with my boy.

He turned into a complete sponge who wants to experience and appreciate everything we do. (Our most recent and likely fleeting victory has found him wanting to watch “Fantastic Mr. Fox” every day instead of “Team Umi Zoomi.”)

We’ve almost always sung to our son and one day early in his life, during our regular rotation of “Baby Beluga” and the ABCs, I snuck in Bob Dylan’s “The Man in Me.” I remember him staring at me, captivated by the flurry of new words housed in this foreign melody. When I finished singing the last “la la las,” he said nothing.

And then, quietly, “Again.”

Ever since, I’ve fearlessly sung or played my boy almost whatever was on my mind and when something elicits a coveted “Again,” he hears it again and again. The following is a list of songs my two-and-a-half-year-old requests the most.

In virtually every case, we’ve discovered that he knows all of the words and will just randomly begin singing each one when the mood strikes. There are some dark, lusty songs here but everything seems fun and innocent when rendered by a toddler.


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‘Bob’s Burgers’ Presents New Thanksgiving Song, ‘Gravy Boat’

There aren’t enough Thanksgiving songs in the world, and that’s why we’re shining a spotlight on Gene, Linda and Gayle’s addition to that limited selection. On the Thanksgiving episode of “Bob’s Burgers,” the sisters took a moment before the turkey was cut to regale the assembled family and friends with “Gravy Boat” — with Gene providing the musical accompaniment.

What starts off as fairly cute and innocuous quickly takes a turn toward the weird — much like most episodes of “Bob’s Burgers.” Unfortunately, Bob fell asleep, interrupting the song. But here’s what we got:

A ding, a ding, a-what’s that sound?
It’s the gravy boat a-comin’ around
It’s not a Navy boat, it’s the gravy boat
Filled with bravery, savory, sailor folk

Sailors in your mouth
Sailors in your mouth

Now it’s stuck in your head and you’ll find yourself hoping they get to continue this masterpiece next Thanksgiving.

“Bob’s Burgers” airs Sundays at 8:30 p.m. EST on Fox.

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