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Shirley Horn was an accomplished pianist who happened to sing extremely well infinitely superior to almost all of the many so-called jazz singers who were much better known than she was. Shirley Horn sang like Shirley Horn and no one else. There are no mannerisms borrowed from other singers, no phony funk or resorting to cliché. Her control of vibrato was enough to make her exceptional, but her approach to a pretty song was a mature one. As one of the most pleasing and most musical singers in the business: she embraced the melody, without strain or fuss and her singing was unpretentious and full of grace. This CD set presents her first album, Embers and Ashes, a gem that, considering her eminent reputation and a host of admirers including Miles Davis, remained incomprehensibly forgotten after its release in 1960, and another outstanding album she recorded years later under the title Where Are You Going. Both deserve to be reissued for the benefit of all her fans.
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Race, Representation & Photography in 19th-Century Memphis: from Slavery to Jim Crow presents a rich interpretation of African American visual culture. Using Victorian era photographs, engravings, and pictorial illustrations from local and national archives, this unique study examines intersections of race and image within the context of early African American communities. It emphasizes black agency, looking at how African Americans in Memphis manipulated the power of photography in the creation of free identities. Blacks are at the center of a study that brings to light how wide-ranging practices of photography were linked to racialized experiences in the American south following the Civil War. Jenkins' book connects the social history of photography with the fields of visual culture, art history, southern studies, gender, and critical race studies.

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  • Hattiesburg association to present 22 debutantes

    10/31/15 ,via Hattiesburg American

    Moore will be escorted by Mr. Robert Lovelle Upton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Layne Rogers Upton of Hattiesburg. Miss Meredith Amelia Morris is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Andrew Morris of Madison. She is the granddaughter of Ms. Mary Lucille Paulk 

  • Death Notices

    10/04/15 ,via

    Lovelle Colleen Ginn Owens, 92, died Oct. 2, 2015. Services will be 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 9, at First Baptist Church. Resthaven Funeral Home. Dalton Arnold Wood, 86, of Tahoka died Oct. 1, 2015. Services will be 2 p.m. Monday, Oct. 5, at First United



  • Here Comes the Night

    Counterpoint. 2014. ISBN: 9781619023789,1619023784. 320 pages.

    “I don’t know where he’s buried, but if I did I’d piss on his grave.” –Jerry Wexler, best friend and mentor Here Comes the Night: Bert Berns and the Dirty Business of Rhythm and Blues is both a definitive account of the New York rhythm and blues world of the early ‘60s, and the harrowing, ultimately tragic story of songwriter and record producer Bert Berns, whose meteoric career was fueled by his pending doom. His heart damaged by rheumatic fever as a youth, doctors told Berns he would not live to see twenty-one. Although his name is little remembered today, Berns worked alongside all the greats of the era – Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, Ahmet Ertegun and Jerry Wexler, Burt Bacharach, Phil Spector, Gerry Goffin and Carole King, anyone who was anyone in New York rhythm and blues. In seven quick years, he went from nobody to the top of the pops – producer of monumental r&b classics, songwriter of “Twist and Shout,” “My Girl Sloopy” and others. His fury to succeed led Berns to use his Mafia associations to muscle Atlantic Records out of a partnership and intimidate new talents like Neil Diamond and Van Morrison he signed to his record label, only to drop dead of a long expected fatal heart attack, just when he was seeing his grandest plans and life’s ambitions frustrated and foiled.

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  • Herb Lovelle

    02/23/16 ,via SBS

    An empowering film that is fiesty and unpredictable. The body language of Diana Guzman - played by newcomer Michelle Rodriguez - shows her attitude. She`s resentful, she`s aggressive, she`s not understood at school or at home where she lives with single ...

  • Serious Cinema in Sin City: CineVegas Raises Its Profile

    06/23/15 ,via Indiewire

    It's also not just an ego stroke for Harkrider: he gives Herb Lovelle room to nearly steal the show as an elderly music teacher. The set design and cinematography were amazingly accomplished as well. I was worried that the lavish treatment I received was ...

  • New Dylan goodies - ‘Time’ LP, ‘Annotated Lyrics,’ ‘True Detective,’ ‘Club 47’

    04/18/14 ,via Examiner

    According to Olof, the musicians were Dylan, Dick Wellstood (piano), Bruce Langhorne (guitar), George Barnes (guitar), Gene Ramey (bass) and Herb Lovelle (drums). The two takes recorded that day have been released in very limited editions, and are not ...


Herbie Lovelle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Herbie or Herb Lovelle (1 June 1924 - April 8, 2009) was a versatile American drummer, who played Jazz, R & B, rock and folk. He was also a studio musician and an actor.

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Herb Lovelle, Actor: Girlfight. Herb Lovelle is an actor, known for Girlfight (2000), Down to Earth (2001) and Running on Empty (1988).

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Herb Lovelle biography, filmography, age, wallpapers & latest news

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