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Kathy's Song
Eva Cassidy
Kathy's Song

One of Paul Simon’s finest ballads, “Kathy’s Song”, still echoes throughout the hearts of many fans and recording studios. Eva Cassidy’s interpretation beautifully opens her 2000 posthumously-released album, Time After Time. At such a young age, Cassidy passed away on November 2, 1996 from melanoma – never seeing the worldwide acclaim her singing (and guitar-playing) brought her. This taped recording was a demo version (for music producer, Chris Biondo), in which she abbreviated the lyrics. In her live performances, she sang all the verses in full.

Recorded in 1965, the Simon & Garfunkel version appeared on their Sounds of Silence album, with Paul Simon taking the lead solo. The song had previously been featured earlier in the year on The Paul Simon Songbook, which he had recorded and released over in England. Eva Cassidy’s legacy continues living on through her recordings and emotive interpretations of songs.

“And as I watch the drops of rain
Weave their weary paths and die
I know that I am like the rain
There before the grace of you go I”

What are your thoughts of Cassidy’s cover? Which version do you prefer? 

About the Uncovering Covers series.

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, such that this music series aims to spotlight musical gems as well as new and familiar artists. Cover songs will draw from the grand discographies of Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel, including both the duo’s and their solo works. 

This year’s series will focus on the Simon & Garfunkel catalogue.

Back Row: Jordan Cole, Georgann White (Bennett), Kristin Zatkoff & Avery Lovejoy

Middle Row: Maureen Kunitz, Veronique Larosee, Kathy Leutner (Crosby) & Kayla Ermold (Dumoulin)

Front Row: Katherine Donnelly (Clendening) & Sandra Pereira (Kessel)


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The Moon In Taurus
Folks with moon in Taurus are very natural, earthy people. They are the strong willed and solid types.This position of the moon creates a warm person who feels with the senses. You enjoy material comforts and love good food. You give off a serene vibe which is comforting and calming to others depending on the position of the moon. You are one of the most loyal and capable people. 
Take into thought what house the moon is in. For e.g. If you’re moon in Taurus is in the 5th house, you have a natural artistic ability and feelings are often expressed through creativity.

As a moon in Taurus you are magnetically attracted to others with the same moon sign!

Famous Moon In Taurus: Christina Aguilera, Cameron Diaz, Robert Downey Jr., Brendan Frasier, Mick Jagger, Elton John, Demi Lovato, Kathy Griffin, Cassie, Meryl Streep, Nicole Sherzinger, Chris Brown, Pharrel Williams.
Chris Colfer anecdote in "Kathy Griffin's Celebrity Run-Ins: My A-Z Index"


Actor, Author, Hope for Gay Mankind

Chris Colfer is so wonderfully talented, deserving of his Golden Globe and Emmy nominations for Glee, and I love that he’s a bestselling author, too. But he and I share something that I especially cherish, which is we love people over eighty.

When he was a guest on my talk show, and I asked him if he could be on with anybody else, whom would he choose, he said, “Angela Lansbury.” He openly mourned the loss of Elaine Stritch. This kid respects the greats and knows his classics — he’s working on a frickin’ Noël Coward biopic, for Chrissakes. I wasn’t surprised, then, to show up at his house for a backyard pajama party movie screening, decorated with outdoor couches and a popcorn machine, and see octogenarian Nebraska star June Squibb wrapped up in a blanket.

“Hi, June!”
“Hi, Kathy!”

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