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Wednesday, June 27th

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Robert Ward, “Your Love Is Real” (R. Ward)

Live (with Ry Cooder [guitar], Nick Lowe [bass], et al.), Mill Valley, Calif., 1991

 

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Recording, 1964

 

Sunday, June 24th

when blues meets gospel

Robert Ward (1938-2008; vocals, guitar), “Lord Have Mercy on Me,” 1991

 

Friday, March 10th

basement jukebox

Robert Ward (1938-2008), 1967

“My Love Is Strictly Reserved for You”


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“I Will Fear No Evil”


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lagniappe

random sights

yesterday, Chicago

 

Thursday, October 2nd

basement jukebox

The Ohio Untouchables (feat. Robert Ward, guitar), “Forgive Me Darling,” 1962


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Lonnie Mack, “Memphis,” 1963


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lagniappe

musical thoughts

Maybe, when this life is over, instead of listening to music, we’ll become it.

Thursday, 1/10/13

basement jukebox

Robert Ward, “I Will Fear No Evil,” mid-1960s

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lagniappe

radio: Happy (89th) Birthday, Max!

WKCR-FM, celebrating the birthday of drummer Max Roach (1924-2007), is featuring his music all day.

Monday, 12/10/12

basement jukebox

The Falcons (feat. Wilson Pickett, lead vocals; Robert Ward, guitar)
“I Found A Love” (1962)

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Albert Washington (feat. Lonnie Mack, guitar)
“Hold Me Baby” (1969)

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lagniappe

reading table

[T]he greatest reading pleasure has an element of self-annihilation. To be so engrossed that you barely know you exist. I last felt that in relation to a poem while in the sitting room of Elizabeth Bishop’s old home in rural Brazil. I stood in a corner, apart from the general conversation, and read “Under the Window: Ouro Preto.” The street outside was once an obscure thoroughfare for donkeys and peasants. Bishop reports overheard lines as people pass by her window, including the beautifully noted “When my mother combs my hair it hurts.” That same street now is filled with thunderous traffic — it fairly shakes the house. When I finished the poem I found that my friends and our hosts had left the room. What is it precisely, that feeling of “returning” from a poem? Something is lighter, softer, larger — then it fades, but never completely.

—Ian McEwan, New York Times Sunday Book Review, 12/9/12

Saturday, 9/1/12

basement jukebox

The Falcons (feat. Wilson Pickett [vocals], Robert Ward [guitar])
“Take This Love I’ve Got” (1963)

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The Ohio Untouchables (feat. Robert Ward [vocals/guitar])
“I’m Tired” (1962)

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lagniappe

found words

Singer, 43, Snapped In Tiny Bikini

—AOL Headline, 8/31/12

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This active fluidity and tidal composite of duration is the condition of the aesthetic.

—George Steiner, The Poetry of Thought: From Hellenism To Celan (2011)

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