by carl wilson

Let's Listen to Them Talk About Let's Talk About Love


Finally CBC Radio has posted an online version of one of my favourite things that happened after my book came out - an edition of their entertaining chat show Talking Books all about it, hosted by my colleague Ian Brown, with guests Noreen Golfman, Jonathan Garfinkel and Beatriz Hausner. It's a smart but down-to-earth, rollicking roundtable, which ranges abroad into questions of cultural shame in general and the weirdness of music critics in particular. Listen here!

General | Posted by zoilus on Wednesday, July 30 at 4:59 PM | Linking Posts | Comments (2)



I look forward to hearing this... but where the hell is that image from???!!!

Posted by barclay on August 3, 2008 5:55 PM



interesting take...

my opinion is that celine has a great combination working for her...that lends her success translated to $$$$

first - a great cinderella story of "the average girl" to riches...she's a modern fairytale that people love to hear and emulate - it elevates people and gives that average person hope beyond the now....

second - lyrics and tunes that work together that form an extension of this hit on the greatest musical theme of all time - love - in one aspect or another - stikes a chord with a percentage of the population...

third - a genuine voice - people like what's real...there's nothing plastic in the voice...

Posted by jon on July 31, 2008 12:51 PM




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