Albany, NY – Sarah LaDuke speaks with oft nominated and award winning actress, singer, and playwright, Tovah Feldshuh, about Golda's Balcony, living and working in the moment, portraying Katherine Hepburn, and more.
Golda's Balcony will be at Proctors in Schenectady, NY on Saturday, March 26th.
Albany, NY – Music Mobile was founded in 1977 by Ruth Pelham with the goal of bringing learning and love to the neighborhoods of Albany, NY. There will be a 33rd Anniversary Celebration on Thursday Night at WAMC's The Linda.
Albany, NY – Sarah LaDuke speaks with Peter Kiesewalter about Brooklyn Rundfunk Orkestrata's album, The Hills are Alive. The group has re-imagined and re-orchestrated 12 songs from the classic stage musical and film, The Sound of Music using rock, hip-hop, and even bluegrass. Can't imagine it? You don't have to - portions of several of the songs are included in this interview.
Albany, NY – ALBANY, NY (WAMC) - (3/11/11 @ 1p.m.) -- WAMC and the New York State Archives Partnership Trust New York Archives Partnership Trust present The Power of Words -- a year-long series of programs that follows American History through some of the most memorable political speeches of our time. On this program, WAMC's Alan Chartock and Roosevelt Historian and Author Dr. David Woolner discuss President Roosevelt's Great Arsenal of Democracy Speech delivered on December 29th 1940.
Albany, NY – Joe speaks with Oscar winner, Alan Arkin, about his new book, An Improvised Life: A Memoir.
Contains: Song "I Like You" Film clip: Catch 22 Anthony Perkins and Alan Arkin Film clip: Glengarry Glenn Ross Ed Harris and Alan Arkin Film clip: Little Miss Sunshine Abigail Breslin and Alan Arkin Film clip: The Last of the Red Hot Lovers Lois Hamilton and Alan Arkin
Albany, NY – Bridge Over Troubled Water was originally supposed to have two extra tracks, but Paul Simon nixed Art Garfunkel's favored Bach chorale, and Artie said no to Paul's political tune Cuba Si, Nixon No.
So the duo decided to leave it at 11 songs, which is where the album remains more than four decades later in this reissue.
And considering some of the songs, 11 was just enough. Why water down brilliance?