Author: John Sprung

PAUL SIMON’S TOP 25 Page 2

June 2, 2017

(11) “Late in the Evening”   I decided to include this song after I had finalized my selections—as a matter of fact, I had 33 songs that I’d already done full write-ups on and knew I [Read More]

PAUL SIMON’S TOP 25

May 5, 2017

  On July 3, 1932, Yankee first baseman Lou Gehrig appeared to have finally stepped out from beyond Babe Ruth’s shadows.  Ruth, for good and understandable reasons, had always been the man in the headlines.  [Read More]

BOB DYLAN AT 70. AN APPRECIATION

June 1, 2011

        BOB DYLAN AT 70. AN APPRECIATION No timeline on the mythic decade that was the 1960’s would be complete without acknowledging the influence of Bob Dylan. While people can (and should) debate whether [Read More]

JOHNNY MATHIS: STILL “WONDERFUL, WONDERFUL”

March 1, 2011

       March, 2011 A couple of months ago, I was looking through a listing of upcoming shows at the Kravis Center in Palm Beach, Florida. Lo and behold, scheduled for March 2nd was [Read More]

A Selective Sinatra Retrospective

September 25, 2003

A Selective Sinatra Retrospective   Part 1: “Only the Lonely” – Frank Sinatra and the Concept Album John B. Sprung 25 September 2003 It is hard to believe that Frank Sinatra has been dead for [Read More]

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