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Film, "Sing Your Song": Harry Belafonte's Moving Hagiography

"Sing Your Song": Harry Belafonte's Moving Hagiography

Produced by his youngest daughter, Gina, this profile of Harry Belafonte, foregrounding the 84-year-old actor and singer's political activism, is a moving if occasionally wearying hagiography. Not that the subject is unworthy of anything but veneration: Unbowed by the racism…
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Calendar, Night&Day Song Worth Singing Again

Song Worth Singing Again

Produced by his youngest daughter, Gina, this profile of Harry Belafonte, foregrounding the 84-year-old actor and singer's political activism, is a moving if occasionally wearying hagiography. Not that the subject is unworthy of anything but veneration: Unbowed by the racism…
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Music, Reviewed Call and Response

Call and Response

S.F.'s Call and Response continues the California dreamin' the band started on its self-titled debut -- only this time the dream is more Grace Slick meets Astrud Gilberto than 2001's Karen Carpenter/Petula Clark tag team. Winds Take No Shape doesn't…
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Culture, Stage

Curtain Calls

Blood Brothers "Tell me it's not true," go the lyrics of the show's final song, echoing my sentiments about this musical by Willy Russell (Educating Rita, Shirley Valentine). Petula Clark plays Mrs. Johnstone, a Liverpool dole mom who cannot seem…
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