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Two Women - Bob Lind - Perspective (DVD)

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  1. Jun 26,  · There are a lot of hit-or-miss reviews here, which do make some valid points. Yeah, you won't ever confuse Bob Lind with Bob Dylan. Yeah, this stuff can be a little on the sentimental side. That said, I reckon Bob Lind is pretty underrated. This collection of Jack Nitzsche-produced sessions reminds me, more than anything else, of Phil Ochs/5(44).
  2. Bob Lind (born Robert Neale Lind, November 25, , Baltimore, Maryland, United States) is an American folk music singer-songwriter, who helped define the s folk rock movement in America and England. Lind is best known for his transatlantic chart hit single, "Elusive Butterfly", which reached number 5 on both the US and UK charts in , but continues to write, record and perform.
  3. Forum columnist Bob Lind (far left) was 15 when this photo was taken in July with his mother, Iva Lind, and mother's uncle Jim Beckley in front of the house in Niagara, N.D., where Lind grew.
  4. For years, the Lind-Nitzsche pairing had been forgotten with the exception of the “Elusive Butterfly” single. A reappraisal of their recordings (two LPs, unreleased material, and a few non-album tracks) occurred in when England’s Big Beat label released a CD called Bob Lind Elusive Butterfly: The Complete Jack Nitzsche Sessions. It.
  5. Sep 22,  · The long-awaited documentary/concert DVD on Bob Lind is now finished and on sale. It features Bob singing 13 of his powerful songs and includes revealing interview footage that provides unique insight into the mind that created such classics as “Elusive Butterfly,” “Cheryl’s Goin’ Home” and “Perspective.” Click here for more.
  6. Mar 20,  · In , Charles Bukowski in­cluded Lind as the char­acter Dinky Sum­mers in his novel Women. In , film­maker Paul Sur­ratt com­pleted a concert/documentary DVD called Bob Lind: Per­spec­tive. In , Lind is­sued FINDING YOU AGAIN, again on Ace, an album of new music that some critics hailed as his best work ever.
  7. Directed by Hal Walker. With Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, Murvyn Vye. Two unemployed show-biz pals accept treasure-diving work in Bali for a local Missing: Bob Lind.
  8. Perspective is a great song begging for its place in the beginning, middle, or end of a classic, modern, movie. If not a movie, then Perspective wishes employment as the theme song of a TV series. Yes, it’s the title track of his biographical DVD, but this is such a beautiful, yet enlightening song, I saved Perspective for last. The song takes the whole of a person's life, puts it to words.
  9. More letters followed. His, in German, were translated for Sherrie by her mother. Hers, in English, were translated into German before they were mailed by two women of German descent in Hazen. Hard times near Moscow. Mathaus’ letters told of a grim life.

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