February 19 ~ One Heck of a Writer
We are delighted that the erudite, mysterious, DrHGuy, has discovered Allison Crowe, and, as well as penning "essays on broomcorn and proposals for a county seal featuring Dick Tracy" he shares his appreciation of her art and artistry with the online community.
Earlier writings have focused on Allison's songs,
Song" and covers of "Darling
Be Home Soon" as well as "Me
and Bobby McGee". Last year, when her much-loved version of
Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" was favored by Hollywood
director Zack Snyder to feature in a much-discussed love-scene in
The Watchmen movie, Showalter's
blog posts on the subject became web blockbusters.
The good doctor's current, and coming, attraction chronicles the course of Allison's newest album, the musical creation of which completed this past weekend, when producer, orchestrator and arranger Kayla Schmah delivered the final mixes.
It is, he notes, "the true story of the making of Spiral, featuring Allison Crowe, her best friend, her best friend’s wedding, her business manager, a baby, a deal, and music, all of which appear to have not only survived a plot premised on coincidence but to have thrived as a result."
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