Singer Mica Paris presents a series that honours seven records and seven artists for their dramatic impact on soul music. 2: The 1973 album
Live at Carnegie Hall features Bill Withers at his creative peak, playingupto a live audience with moments of call and response and intimacy to warm the crowd. Recalling the concert are drummer James Gadson and Withers himself.
Kris Kristofferson concludes a series profiling the influential folk rock artist. 9: The Never Ending Tour
Dylan comments on touring, tributes, his recent output and Oscar win. On hand to wax lyrical are Tom Paxton , Bob Geldof , Suzanne Vega and Bruce Springsteen.
Tracks include Everything Is Broken, My Blue Eyed Jane, Not Dark Yet and Things Have Changed.
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